Ross Greenwood (journalist)

Ross Greenwood (born 29 June 1959) is an Australian print and television journalist and radio presenter

Journalism

Greenwood has been the editor of numerous business publications, including Personal Investment (1986–97), Business Review Weekly (1997–99) and Shares, an Australian magazine he co-founded.

Media career

On television, Greenwood has appeared on Healthy, Wealthy and Wise from 1992–97. In 1999 he moved to London and was founding editor of Shares Magazine, as well as being a regular presenter on BBC Five Live's Wake Up to Money program) CNN, Sky News and Bloomberg Television. He joined the Nine Network in Australia in 2003, to be the Business & Finance Editor.

In 2006, Greenwood and Ellen Fanning replaced Jana Wendt as co-hosts of the Sunday program. Greenwood was then replaced by Ray Martin but at the start of 2008 Martin resigned from the Nine Network.

Between 2003 and 2019 Greenwood was Channel 9's Business & Finance Editor, and appeared on Today, Nine News, 60Minutes and A Current Affair.

He also presented Money News on 2GB Sydney, between 6pm and 8pm each day. The program was networked to 3AW Melbourne, 4BC Brisbane, 2CC Canberra and various regional networks.

Preceded by
Jana Wendt
Sunday
Host with Ellen Fanning

2006
Succeeded by
Ray Martin


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