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WIN NEWS appoints ADAM STRANEY as weather presenter

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Joining the WIN News team, Adam Straney steps into the role of the Network’s nightly weather presenter.

WIN News is proud to announce the appointment of broadcaster Adam Straney as Network Weather presenter.

Adam has a long-established media career and joins the WIN News team to deliver comprehensive weather reports across the network.

WIN’s Director of News Stella Lauri welcomed Adam to the WIN News team and said:

“Weather has always been integral to the WIN News bulletins. From the coast to inland Australia, our viewers rely on comprehensive detailed local coverage of the weather.

“Our regional and rural viewers rely on accurate weather information as part of their daily lives, and we take great pride in ensuring we deliver it every weekday in a comprehensive and informative way across the Network.

“Adam has been entrenched in local communities across Australia’s east and knows firsthand how weather impacts the regions. He will be a great addition to the WIN News team.”

In joining WIN News, Straney said:

“I’m really excited about the opportunity to bring the weather to so many lounge rooms across regional and rural Australia each weeknight as part of the WIN News team.”

The new-look WIN News team (image - WIN News)
The new-look WIN News team (image – WIN News)

WIN News airs weeknights at 5.30pm on WIN.

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