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Maxine Mawhinney

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Phone: +44 ** **** ****  HQ Phone
Visit Belfast
9 Donegall Square North
Belfast , Belfast BT1 5GJ
United Kingdom

Company Description: The official visitor information website for Belfast with lots of ideas for things to do, events, visitor attractions, accommodation, hotels, restaurants, bars,...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Anchor
    BBC
  • Ireland Correspondent
    BBC
  • Journalist and Presenter
    BBC
  • Ireland Correspondent
    Sky News
  • Ireland Bureau Chief
    Sky News
  • Asian News Editor
    Reuters Television
  • Correspondent
    GMTV
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Web References
The Official Tourism Website For Belfast, Northern Ireland - Visit Belfast
www.visit-belfast.com, 18 Nov 2014 [cached]
Maxine Mawhinney
Now a leading presenter with BBC News 24, Maxine trained as a newspaper journalist in her native Northern Ireland, before working on radio and television for BBC Northern Ireland in Belfast. Since then she has worked for Ulster Television, ITN in London and Sky News, for whom she was their Ireland Correspondent. She was the Washington Correspondent for GMTV between 1992 and 1996, after which she returned to London and the BBC, initially with BBC World, then with BBC News 24. Maxine is married and has two daughters.
BBC News Channel - Main Presenters - BBC News Presenters
bbcnewschannel.wetpaint.com, 26 July 2013 [cached]
MAXINE MAWHINNEY
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Maxine Mawhinney
Maxine currently presents on BBC News on Saturdays from 10am-4pm and Sundays from 1pm-4pm. Both these shifts include the BBC One Lunchtime Bulletins.
In 1996 Maxine began presenting for the BBC, working as an anchor for BBC World News before joining the BBC News channel on its launch in 1997, initially fronting the overnight bulletins. She later gained a regular weekday shift alongside Chris Eakin and then Matthew Amroliwala, before moving to weekends in 2006. She has also presented BBC Breakfast.
Before joining the BBC, Maxine enjoyed a long and varied career in journalism. She trained as a newspaper journalist in Northern Ireland, then joined BBC Television and Radio in Belfast, before moving to Ulster Television and then ITN in London. She then joined Sky News as Ireland Correspondent at the channels launch and then became Asian News Editor for Reuters Television. At the launch of GMTV in 1992, she was appointed the channel's Washington correspondent.
Maxine is married with two daughters and a west highland terrier called Mac.
Maxine Mawhinney | BBC TV ...
www.iodonline.com, 31 Oct 2014 [cached]
Maxine Mawhinney | BBC TV News Anchor & Presenter, UK Chair & Moderator
BBC News Anchor and broadcaster Maxine Mawhinney is an award winning international journalist. In a career spanning more that 30 years she has reported from around the globe. As Ireland Bureau Chief for Sky News based in Belfast she covered one of the most turbulent periods in the Troubles. As Asian News Editor for Reuters TV based in Tokyo she covered among other stories the assassination of Ragiv Ghandi and floods in Bangladesh. As Washington correspondent for British breakfast tv she covered the Clinton presidency, OJ Simpson, Waco siege, Oklahoma bomb among other stories. She was the sole anchor on duty at the BBC during the night of the death of Diana Princess of Wales, bringing the news to a global audience on BBC World TV as it unfolded.
Maxine Mawhinney currently presents the BBC 1 National News Bulletins and also works on the BBC News Channel. She is also a presenter of Dateline London which can be seen on BBC World TV.
Junior Minister Jonathan Bell MLA and ...
www.ibwc2014.com, 13 May 2014 [cached]
Junior Minister Jonathan Bell MLA and Junior Minister Jennifer McCann MLA, Office of the First Minister and deputy First Minister, showed their support for the event by delivering opening addresses to the global audience alongside Kate Marshall, Chair, Women in Business NI and Maxine Mawhinney of BBC News, conference chair.
Bev Hurley, CBE speaks at Federation of Small Businesses 2014 conference | www.ytko.com
www.ytko.com [cached]
The open question and answer session was chaired by newsreader Maxine Mawhinney of the BBC.
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