Barry Eaton

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TV & Radio Presenter, Interviewer, MC & Keynote Speaker

Barry Eaton has an extensive background in all areas of the media and entertainment industries. Over a long and highly respected career, he has spent many years with the ABC, 2GB and various commercial radio and TV stations anchoring news and sports shows, presenting lifestyle shows and current affairs, and hosting talk back radio. Barry produces and hosts the internet radio program RadioOutThere.com now in its 16th year, and enjoying a worldwide audience.

Comfortable behind a camera and in a studio, Barry Eaton also really enjoys working with a live audience. An accomplished MC and speaker, he has worked on a wide range of events from product launches to international conferences. Drawing on his many years of skills, he engages audiences at corporate conferences, sporting and lifestyle events, both internationally and locally.

Highlights in Barry’s public career include Master of Ceremonies for the official NSW State Luncheon to honour the Australian Cricket Team for winning the ashes in England, The Bicentenary Ball for the NSW Cricket Association and live compere for two Military Tattoos at locations such as the impressive Acer Arena in Sydney.

Topically, Barry brings his life-long experiences to any corporate theme and also knows how to really get into the nitty gritty of the job role of Master of Ceremonies.

More about Barry Eaton:

Barry originally trained as an actor and has appeared in a number of films, stage productions, and TV shows.

An internationally acclaimed writer, he has scripted and narrated many documentary films and corporate presentations and written numerous feature stories for magazines and newspapers on subjects from astrology to travel.

His first book, Afterlife – Uncovering the Secrets of Life After Death, was published in 2011 by Allen and Unwin in Australia and in the US by Tarcher, an imprint of Penguin Books. It is now an international best seller.

His second book, No Goodbyes, Insights from the Heaven World is the second part of a trilogy and was published in Australia in 2015 and North America the following year. Both books received wide international publicity, including appearances on Coast to Coast in North America. His third book, The Joy of Living, co-written with his partner Anne Morjanoff, told of his unique approach to healing throat cancer.

As Head of the Faculty of Journalism at Macleay College in Sydney, Barry lectured in radio journalism and production from 1995-1999. He also has hands-on corporate experience, running his own company, which embraced media consulting, video and audio production and special event marketing and publicity. A former presentation skills expert with Celebrity Speakers he now works as a corporate media trainer.

He is also a skilled voice over artist/actor and has narrated a series of wildlife documentaries which are often still seen on cable TV. Visitors to the Australian War Memorial in Canberra will hear him narrating the video presentations in the Korea and Vietnam Gallery.

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Barry Eaton

TV & Radio Presenter, Interviewer, MC & Keynote Speaker

Quick Contact

Barry Eaton

TV & Radio Presenter, Interviewer, MC & Keynote Speaker

Barry Eaton has an extensive background in all areas of the media and entertainment industries. Over a long and highly respected career, he has spent many years with the ABC, 2GB and various commercial radio and TV stations anchoring news and sports shows, presenting lifestyle shows and current affairs, and hosting talk back radio. Barry produces and hosts the internet radio program RadioOutThere.com now in its 16th year, and enjoying a worldwide audience.

Comfortable behind a camera and in a studio, Barry Eaton also really enjoys working with a live audience. An accomplished MC and speaker, he has worked on a wide range of events from product launches to international conferences. Drawing on his many years of skills, he engages audiences at corporate conferences, sporting and lifestyle events, both internationally and locally.

Highlights in Barry’s public career include Master of Ceremonies for the official NSW State Luncheon to honour the Australian Cricket Team for winning the ashes in England, The Bicentenary Ball for the NSW Cricket Association and live compere for two Military Tattoos at locations such as the impressive Acer Arena in Sydney.

Topically, Barry brings his life-long experiences to any corporate theme and also knows how to really get into the nitty gritty of the job role of Master of Ceremonies.

More about Barry Eaton:

Barry originally trained as an actor and has appeared in a number of films, stage productions, and TV shows.

An internationally acclaimed writer, he has scripted and narrated many documentary films and corporate presentations and written numerous feature stories for magazines and newspapers on subjects from astrology to travel.

His first book, Afterlife – Uncovering the Secrets of Life After Death, was published in 2011 by Allen and Unwin in Australia and in the US by Tarcher, an imprint of Penguin Books. It is now an international best seller.

His second book, No Goodbyes, Insights from the Heaven World is the second part of a trilogy and was published in Australia in 2015 and North America the following year. Both books received wide international publicity, including appearances on Coast to Coast in North America. His third book, The Joy of Living, co-written with his partner Anne Morjanoff, told of his unique approach to healing throat cancer.

As Head of the Faculty of Journalism at Macleay College in Sydney, Barry lectured in radio journalism and production from 1995-1999. He also has hands-on corporate experience, running his own company, which embraced media consulting, video and audio production and special event marketing and publicity. A former presentation skills expert with Celebrity Speakers he now works as a corporate media trainer.

He is also a skilled voice over artist/actor and has narrated a series of wildlife documentaries which are often still seen on cable TV. Visitors to the Australian War Memorial in Canberra will hear him narrating the video presentations in the Korea and Vietnam Gallery.

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