Clint Stanaway

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Clint Stanaway

As an experienced sports and news journalist, Clint Stanaway has had many career highlights, including his current role as host of Weekend Today on the Nine Network. His quick wit and cheeky sense of humour has made him one of the most popular, fresh faces on television.

In March 2024, Clint rejoined his breakfast radio ‘family’, on the Jase & Lauren Show, on Nova.  As well as news reading, Clint is a key contributor to the show and on-air team and is drafted into the show’s whacky antics on a daily basis.

With these roles it is little wonder that Clint has a reputation of being one of the most hard-working talent in radio and TV, who thrives on spontaneity.

Clint’s other career highlights so far include covering The Ashes in both Australia and England, Wimbledon, Australian Open, the 2012 London Olympic Games, three FIFA World Cups (Brazil, Russia, Qatar), a cricket World Cup in India, as well as a stint as Europe Correspondent for the Nine Network.

It’s quite a list for someone who initially wasn’t sure they wanted to be in front of the camera. But on his first day as a Year 10 work experience student at Melbourne’s Channel 9, things changed. Watching the doyen Brian Naylor present the 6pm news from the studio control room, a young Clint was hooked.

 After finishing at Glen Waverley Secondary College, Clint completed a Bachelor of Arts at Deakin University which led to his career in sports journalism. In 2002 he began his television career with WIN in Bendigo, but it wasn’t long before he returned to Nine News as a reporter in 2005.

Following a stint in the UK, Clint returned to Melbourne and worked with Wide World of Sports and became the Weekend Sports Presenter on Nine News.

It was soon obvious the qualified and experienced journalist was just as comfortable sharing the fun, slightly cheeky side of his personality. Clint landed the dream job for a sport’s tragic – Sport presenter on the Today Show. His fresh-faced enthusiasm led to the role as host of Weekend Today.

Clint also presents the sport on Nine’s Melbourne weekend 6pm news alongside Peter Hitchener.

Away from the camera Clint is proud to be a National Ambassador for OCRF (Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation) where he’s raised more than $250,000 with the Silver Lining ride, and the children’s cancer charity MyRoom.

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Melissa Harvey
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