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Profile of Kimberley Harper

05-06-2010 10:30 BJT

Kimberley Harper is Biz Asia's exclusive anchor, weeknights at 6pm and 9:20pm.

She joined CCTV-9 in December, 2009 and presented news bulletins and Asia Today before the channel was re-launched as CCTV News.

Kimberley Harper is Biz Asia's exclusive anchor, weeknights at 6pm and 9:20pm.
Kimberley Harper is Biz Asia's exclusive anchor, weeknights at 6pm and 9:20pm.

Kimberley is from Australia, where she worked for Network Ten as a reporter. During her five years there, she covered a broad range of stories from major bushfires to the 'Tour Down Under’. She also got a taste of business news, covering the real estate market.

Kimberley began her anchoring career at just 21 years old, while working for Southern Cross Broadcasting in South Australia and New South Wales. She was also a video journalist, covering rural issues including mining, health and tourism.

She began her career in 2002 when she embarked on a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) at the University of South Australia, while working on weekends for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.


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