University of Queensland
| 2009 – present|
Cameron Price profile
| Nine News (2009-2011)
Sky News (2011-2016)
Seven News (2016-present)|
Cameron Price (born 1985) is an Australian journalist who is a reporter at Seven News in Sydney.
He was formerly a Sydney reporter for Sky News Australia and a Brisbane reporter for Nine News.
Cameron Price Wikipedia
Price obtained a Bachelor of Journalism from the University of Queensland and early in his career worked as a reporter for WIN Television in Toowoomba as well as Nine News in Brisbane.
His career at Nine News Brisbane came to a controversial end, when he was sacked along with two others for his involvement in the faking of a live news cross during a news bulletin. The event which became known as "choppergate" saw news presenter Eva Milic cross to Price who was in a helicopter reported to be "near Beerwah", however it later emerged the helicopter was on a Nine Network helipad in Mt Coot-Tha 90 kilometres away. Price began legal action against Nine, however the two parties settled out of court. Price had been due to move to Sydney to take up a position with the Nine Network in the week he was sacked.
In 2011 Price was nominated for the Walkley Young Australian Journalist of the Year award.
Price joined Sky News in 2011 as a producer, before accepting a role as on-air Sydney reporter. Price left Sky News in April 2016 and the following month joined Seven News as a reporter.