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Steve Price

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A Wealth of Journalistic Experience

Since the retirement of 2UE stalwart John Laws, Steve Price now drives The Morning Show, bringing almost 40 years of journalistic and newspaper experience to the mic, connecting listeners with our nation’s newsmakers and regulars to the show. Steve’s considerable bank of knowledge on current affairs, sports, politics, finance and news has made him a popular MC, spokesperson and host.

Based on a combination of his vast knowledge of current affairs, politics, sport, finance and news, Steve is a highly sought after MC and spokesperson.

Steve Price took over the most famous three hour radio shift in Australia in January, 2008, replacing the retiring icon John Laws on 2UE.

The Morning Show with Steve Price gives callers access to the nation's newsmakers with regular appearances from Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and Premier Morris Iemma, plus rugby league boss David Gallop.

Steve has been a newspaper journalist and broadcaster for 36 years. In three states he has covered all the major news stories since the seventies and been a multi-award winning national Program Director of the year as well as Australia's current affairs commentator & talk presenter of the year numerous times.

Steve believes that "Radio is about letting people talk about the issues and events that shape our day to day lives. I don't believe it's about telling people what to think, but asking people to think, question and debate the controversial things that occur daily in their city, state and country. From New York and London to Los Angeles and Canberra, we package a full coverage of news, sport, information, traffic, finance and talkback into every show."

In addition to his radio broadcasting role with 2UE, Steve writes a weekly opinion piece for the Sunday Telegraph in Sydney.

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