Ten reveals key editorial appointments for new website ten daily

‘We’ve established a strong editorial team to launch ten daily.’

Ten has revealed the editorial team for its new website ten daily, which launched yesterday.

Joining executive editor Lisa Wilkinson, managing news editor Sandra Sully and managing editor Melinda Cornford are deputy editor Chris Harrison, news editor Eoin Blackwell, deputy news editor Rashell Habib, senior news reporter Josh Butler, lifestyle editor Kelly Baker and senior entertainment reporter Mat Whitehead.

Previously announced contributors to ten daily include Wilkinson, Sully, Waleed Aly, Joe Hildebrand, Hugh Riminton, Sarah Harris, Angela Bishop and Matt Burke.

Cornford said: “We’ve established a strong editorial team to launch ten daily. The impressive names, faces and voices behind our compelling content will be what helps set ten daily apart.

“Our talented journalists each bring a wealth of digital experience, innovative ideas and energy to the newsroom, together with our influential mix of Network Ten journalists and presenters contributing to ten daily. I’m looking forward to showcasing our compelling content to Australian audiences via our brand new platform.”

ten daily is a short-form video-led, stand-alone, mobile-optimised website that covers news, entertainment, lifestyle, food, opinion and sport content. It draws on the resources of Ten, the home of MasterChef Australia, The Bachelor Australia, The Bachelorette Australia, Australian Survivor and The Project.

Top photo: The Project’s Peter Helliar, Waleed Aly and Carrie Bickmore

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