A newspaper journalist by training, Karen Sims began her TV career on South Pacific Television’s News at Ten. In the early 80s she moved into presenting, with current affairs shows Eyewitness and Foreign Correspondent. She co-presented the nightly Eyewitness News alongside David Beatson, but continued to work as a journalist — and expected to be judged on her field stories and studio interviews, rather than as a celebrity.
[Karen] Sims has the sort of style that always signified authority, objectivity, integrity in the world of television news and current affairs. Diana Wichtel in The Listener, 5 August 1989
2005, Subject - Television
1984, As: Karen Sims - Film
1982 - 1986, Presenter, Reporter - Television
1979, Reporter - Television
1980 - 1981, Presenter, Reporter - Television