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New Host For Breakfast Business

Corin Dann is the new host of TVNZ's dedicated business programme Breakfast Business.

Corin Dann is one of New Zealand's leading economics and finance reporters. During a nine-year career in radio he has specialised in business and politics.

As Radio New Zealand's economics correspondent, he provided expert commentary on the issues affecting the New Zealand economy as well as producing and presenting Insight Documentaries for the station.

Corin also has extensive experience as a parliamentary reporter both for Radio New Zealand and Newstalk ZB, and has been a back-up presenter for flagship Radio New Zealand programmes Morning Report and Checkpoint.

TVNZ Head of News and Current Affairs Anthony Flannery said he was delighted to announce Corin's appointment.

"Corin combines an in-depth understanding of New Zealand's business community and the issues it faces, with extensive journalistic experience, " he said.

"During his time at Radio New Zealand, he has consistently broken stories that lead the news agenda on economic matters.

"He is committed to making Business Breakfast a "must watch" for anyone involved or interested in business and how it affects New Zealand.

"Corin will be a new face, bringing a new zeal to Breakfast Business. His expertise and passion make him a real asset to our morning team."

Corin Dann will join TVNZ in December. He will begin his presenting duties when Breakfast Business returns to TV ONE on Monday 21 January, 2008.

Breakfast Business is New Zealand's leading business television programme. As part of TV ONE's top-rating early morning news and information line-up, Breakfast Business provides the latest business news and expert analysis New Zealanders need to start the day. A comprehensive half-hour programme screens at 6am every weekday followed by Breakfast Business updates during the 6.30am-9am Breakfast programme.

Breakfast Business is edited by Brett Cammell, with specialist business reporters Lisa Davies, Justine Turner and Michelle King.


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