Award-winning TV presenter
TV weatherman and presenter Josh Holt's off-the-cuff style of presenting has made him very popular with audiences, whether he is presenting big news stories or the weather.
In 2013 Josh moved from Sydney to Brisbane to become the Nightly News Weather Presenter for Network Ten in QLD.
After finishing his degree at Sydney University majoring in English Literature and Media, Josh went on to do television presenting at the highly acclaimed NIDA in Sydney. Currently Josh is completing his Master's Degree in Journalism.
After accepting a role on The Weather Channel in 2007 Josh was asked to become the full-time national morning anchor. He would bring a unique style of presenting to the channel that would not only deliver a credible daily weather forecast and statistics, but he also had the ability to make it easy to understand and entertaining for the viewer.
He has accumulated thousands of hours of live TV experience, most of which was with no auto cue and totally ad lib. Josh also made regular appearances on Australian screens through the Today Show (Nine Network), Sunrise (Seven Network), and Ten News.
During the past five years Josh soon became an award-winning presenter covering some of the biggest news and weather stories Australia has seen. As a result he was awarded the Astra Award in 2010 for "Best News Coverage" for the Black Saturday bushfires in Victoria. He was also nominated for "Most Outstanding Performance by a Broadcast Journalist' both in 2010 and 2012.
Josh was highly commended within the industry for his on-location work during the Brisbane flood crisis and Severe Tropical Cyclone Yasi that smashed into North Queensland in 2011.
He has also been a regular weather expert on daily radio shows across the nation including; ABC, 2GB, 2UE, 4BC, MTR, 6PR NOVA, and Today FM.