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Julia Hardy is a British television presenter.
She began her career in 2005 when she was chosen to be a founding presenter of the British television channel Rockworld TV. On Rockworld TV, she co-presented Rockjaw and went on to become a field reporter, covering music events such as Maschinenfest, Download Festival and the Reading and Leeds Festivals.
In 2008, she became a presenter on Current TV show The Countdown, and in 2009 joined Ginx TV as presenter of GameFace and Ginx Files which were shown on Bravo and later Challenge. Also in 2009, she launched an online television show called AE:On.
She also presented GameFace's successor The Blurb for Ginx TV on Challenge in 2011.
In 2015, she started hosting a show on the internet radio station, TotalRock. She was also a presenter for MineCon 2015, the world's biggest minecraft convention.
As well as presenting, she also contributes articles to magazines and newspapers such as GamesMaster, Tuned, Big Cheese and the Sunday Telegraph.
In 2016 she became BBC Radio 1's gaming presenter where she makes a monthly gaming show for BBC iPlayer and features on other radio shows talking about video games.
In 2016 Hardy gave a TEDx talk about sexism, misogyny, and online trolls. This related to her blog Misogyny Monday.
In 2017 she hosted an AOL original series called Tech Hunters, looking at retro and nostalgic technology.