Graeme Goodings

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MC, keynote Speaker & facilitator

Graeme Goodings has been involved in the media all his working life. Over a long and varied career (more than 40 years), he’s worked for The Age in Melbourne, Radio 3AW in Melbourne, 7LA, 7EX and TNT 9 Launceston, 5DN, 5AA and NWS 9 in Adelaide, Channel Ten Adelaide then Channel 7. During his time at TNT 9 Launceston, he co-produced and co-hosted The Saturday Night Show which won a Logie for best live variety show in Tasmania.

In 2004, Graeme was diagnosed with cancer and stepped away from the news desk for eight months. One of the ways in which he dealt with the disease, and has helped others to deal with the disease as well, was to produce the video Cancer – What Now?

Since that diagnosis, life has changed for Graeme for the better. He’s happy to share his story or to talk about specific aspects of the media.

As well as Graeme’s vast on-air experience, he’s also been a night club MC, TV variety, comedy writer/performer show host, voice coach and Media tutor. He is a Board member for Prostate SA and an Ambassador of the Adelaide Football Club.

Graeme Goodings is also an exceptional Master of Ceremonies and Forum facilitator.

Graeme Goodings talks about:

  • Dealing with cancer and making the video, Cancer -What Now? – In this revealing and empowering keynote, Graeme Goodings describes the way in which he managed his cancer – from diagnosis to telling his kids and the long slow road to recovery. This 30- to 90-minute presentation (depending on your needs) is frank, uplifting and entertaining.
  • How to Handle the Media for Fun & Profit – At some stage, most people in business need to deal with the media. This half or full day workshop will provide your team with the skills they need to effectively manage the media.
  • A Life in the Media – An informative, entertaining keynote over 30 – 60 minutes that provides an insight into life in the media.
  • The Television Game – How ratings work – A 30 – 45-minute keynote on the relevance of ratings, how they work and the thought processes behind programming decisions.

Client testimonials

Graeme Goodings

MC, keynote Speaker & facilitator

Quick Contact

Graeme Goodings

MC, keynote Speaker & facilitator

Graeme Goodings has been involved in the media all his working life. Over a long and varied career (more than 40 years), he’s worked for The Age in Melbourne, Radio 3AW in Melbourne, 7LA, 7EX and TNT 9 Launceston, 5DN, 5AA and NWS 9 in Adelaide, Channel Ten Adelaide then Channel 7. During his time at TNT 9 Launceston, he co-produced and co-hosted The Saturday Night Show which won a Logie for best live variety show in Tasmania.

In 2004, Graeme was diagnosed with cancer and stepped away from the news desk for eight months. One of the ways in which he dealt with the disease, and has helped others to deal with the disease as well, was to produce the video Cancer – What Now?

Since that diagnosis, life has changed for Graeme for the better. He’s happy to share his story or to talk about specific aspects of the media.

As well as Graeme’s vast on-air experience, he’s also been a night club MC, TV variety, comedy writer/performer show host, voice coach and Media tutor. He is a Board member for Prostate SA and an Ambassador of the Adelaide Football Club.

Graeme Goodings is also an exceptional Master of Ceremonies and Forum facilitator.

Graeme Goodings talks about:

  • Dealing with cancer and making the video, Cancer -What Now? – In this revealing and empowering keynote, Graeme Goodings describes the way in which he managed his cancer – from diagnosis to telling his kids and the long slow road to recovery. This 30- to 90-minute presentation (depending on your needs) is frank, uplifting and entertaining.
  • How to Handle the Media for Fun & Profit – At some stage, most people in business need to deal with the media. This half or full day workshop will provide your team with the skills they need to effectively manage the media.
  • A Life in the Media – An informative, entertaining keynote over 30 – 60 minutes that provides an insight into life in the media.
  • The Television Game – How ratings work – A 30 – 45-minute keynote on the relevance of ratings, how they work and the thought processes behind programming decisions.

Client testimonials

Compere Facilitators Health & Lifestyle Keynote Speaker Masters of Ceremonies (MC's) Media Media TV

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