Former news anchor Sylvia Jeffreys knows how important it is for a show like Today to present the facts.
For 40 years of war, political turmoil, terrorism, disasters, fires, floods, and more, people have relied on the news to find out what’s going on in the world.
“It’s a huge responsibility, a huge privilege to be the face of news on the Today show,” Jeffreys said.
“You are the first face many Australians see every morning and the news is the focus of the show.”
See a roundup of 40 years of news headlines in the player above.
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