Sunday Tele editor Neil Breen ‘to switch to Nine’s Today’

neil breenSunday Telegraph editor Neil Breen, who announced last month that he planned to leave the newspaper and was hoping for a career in television, is to become executive producer of Nine’s flagship morning show Today, the Telegraph reports.

Breen is due to leave the paper at the end of the month, going out on a high after breaking the Alan Jones speech controversy. With a circulation of over 600,000, the Sunday Telegraph is Australia’s highest circulating newspaper.

According to the report, Today EP Tom Malone will move to Nine’s 60 Minutes.

Comments


  1. Hoin
    8 Oct 12
    2:40 pm

  2. Hopefully this will mean a return to serious news and features like the old (pre-Sunrise) Today and no more Hollywood gossip and other rubbish.

    Sunrise caused the death of the old Sunday program and Today has been on life support for the past few years.

  3. Hoin has no idea
    8 Oct 12
    6:05 pm

  4. Dear Hoin… yes Today has been on life support now for a few years – so much so, it has consistently won Melbourne and Sydney, this year it has won Brisbane as well. It’s only the weird people of Adelaide and Perth who would watch the test pattern on Seven in their hundreds of thousands that keeps Seven News, Trash Tonight and ShitStain (sorry, Sunrise), in the game.