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Steve Liebmann


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Broadcaster & TV Anchor

Popular co-host of Nine’s long running Today program, Steve Liebman has delivered news and stories to Australian’s since he joined the team in the early 80’s. His journalistic ability has him at the table with Prime Minister’s, Presidents and Royalty, the world’s leading entertainers and sportspeople. Renowned for his objectivity and fairness, Steve has become a highly respected broadcaster, corporate MC and media host.

One of Australia’s most respected journalists and television and radio broadcasters for more than four decades, Liebmann is now host of programs appearing on Foxtel's Crime Investigation Australia and History channels.

After more than two decades in the chair, he stepped down as co-host of the Nine Network’s Today program in early 2005 to pursue other media interests. Not only is he now appearing on Foxtel, his talents have been snapped up by 2UE to host radio talk programs.

During his award-winning career, Liebmann has interviewed presidents, prime ministers, royalty, the world's leading entertainers and sporting stars. As one of Australia's top journalists, Liebmann has won wide respect for his fairness, impartiality and objectiveness.

Liebmann's journalistic career began in Cooma. He then moved to Canberra before joining 2UE's newsroom in Sydney. He later became 2UE's director of news and public affairs, presenting an afternoon news and public affairs program on that station until he left to join 2SM in 1976. The same year he became the host of the Seven Network's "11AM" program.

In 1981 he joined Nine to co-host Today and stayed with that program until 1987 when he joined the Ten Network to anchor their main 6pm news bulletin.

He rejoined Today in 1990 and remained as co-host until he decided to step down from the role in early 2005.

Steve Liebmann has travelled extensively during his career presenting programs from the United States, England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Canada, Japan, East Timor and all Australian states and territories.

Presentation Topics Include

  • Master of Ceremonies
  • Specialist interviewer
  • Keynote speaker
  • Journalism and Media


Once again Steve Liebmann was outstanding! I cannot thank him enough for the time and care that he took in preparing himself for chairing our annual Summits. He far exceeded our expectations, not only in content but in the way he tailored his thoughts to our agenda – he made a tremendous impact. Thank you so much for always giving 200% of yourself."
Production Director, CAPITIS GROUP PTY LTD

"As normal Steve was very professional and performed to his usual high standards."
Group Training Association of NSW

"I'd like to express my appreciation for the wonderful job Steve Liebmann did in his role as host of the Career Advice Australia Conference at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre in August 2006. Steve's contribution as Master of Ceremonies lifted the mood of the Conference and encouraged participants to be actively involved. Steve's energy and enthusiasm helped make the conference the success it was. Steve is a pleasure to work with and his relaxed manner made it extremely easy for my colleagues and I to get our jobs done. Over 700 delegates attended the conference and feedback has relected how impressed participants were with Steve's obvious passion for helping young people plan their future career pathways. A heartfelt thanks for a job well done and I look forward to working with Steve again in the future."
Director - Australian Government - Department of Education, Science and Training

"Thank you for taking part in the Schools-Business Dialogue on 6 June at Parliament House. I hope it will be the beginning of an ongoing partnership between school communities and business for the benefit of young Australians.

I greatly appreciate the valuable time you gave to contribute to the success of the Dialogue. I was very impressed with the way that you managed the day and ensured that everyone present was able to express their views on the issues that were raised. The day ran very smoothly and I have received positive feedback from many of those present.

Both presentations and group discussion highlighted the importance of employers and the business community developing stronger links with schools. I believe that strengthening these links and building partnerships will bring many benefits to students and ensure that they leave school equipped with skills that are relevant to the workplaces of the 21st century.

I was impressed with the range of ideas generated in the afternoon session and also with the passion and enthusiasm that was clearly on display. There were many different and valuable perspectives that were brought to the discussion and I trust that you found it productive and worthwhile. The discussion was lively and I think greatly assisted by your excellent facilitation."
Minister for Education, Science and Training - Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for Women's Issues

It was a pleasure working with Steve Liebmann as the master of Ceremonies for the Konica Minolta 2008 Sales kick off conference.
He proved why he is still a leading speaker when it comes to corporate events and added a professional level to the proceedings.
Steve also provided much added value with his expertise in dealing with an audience and keeping them interested and focused in the daily events.
Finally, Steve’s charisma and celebrity status gave all who attended something extra to remember the conference by.
Thank you again for organizing Steve and look forward to working with you in the future to provide more wow factors at our conferences.
National Marketing Manager - Konica Minolta Business Solutions

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