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Rod Vaughan

Journalist

 Rod Vaughan

 Rod Vaughan
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Rod Vaughan

English born and raised, Rod Vaughan began writing for Kiwi newspapers after graduating in journalism from Wellington Polytechnic.  Then he began 35 years at state broadcaster BCNZ/TVNZ, during which time Vaughan reported for current affairs and prime time news, and faced off against one-time NZ Party leader Bob Jones. Afer 11 years with TV3's 60 Minutes, he published autobiography Bloodied But Not Beaten in 2012.

There's nothing better than being out on the road with a film crew chasing a good story in some remote part of New Zealand or the world. 
 
 

Screenography

Screenography
 Role/s
 Assignment

Assignment

Reporter

1997 - 2002

 Holmes

Holmes

Reporter

1989 - 2002

 Frontline

Frontline

Reporter

1988 -1994

 60 Minutes

60 Minutes

Reporter

2003 - 2011

 Eyewitness News - Bob Jones punches reporter Rod Vaughan

Eyewitness News - Bob Jones punches reporter Rod Vaughan

Reporter

1985

 Sunday

Sunday

Reporter

1995 - 1997

 Eyewitness News

Eyewitness News

Reporter

1982 - 1989

 One Network News

One Network News

Reporter

1975 - 1988

 Nationwide

Nationwide

Director

1974 - 1975


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Awards

2000 Qantas Media Awards
Current Affairs Reporter of the Year