Peter Stefanovic – Entertainment Bureau



Peter Stefanovic joined the network in 2004 as a reporter for Nine News and ACA, and later became a foreign correspondent based in Nine’s Los Angeles and London bureaus.

In 2012, he reported from Gaza City during its week long conflict with Israel, under threat from heavy artillery and rocket attacks.

He was a constant presence in North Africa during 2011’s historic Arab Spring, which saw revolutions in Egypt, Libya, and Tunisia. Stefanovic reported from Cairo’s Tahrir Square the night Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was toppled as leader. He was among the first western reporters to enter Libya for its uprising, which turned into a civil war and resulted in the death of dictator Colonel Moammar Gaddafi.

Peter has reported many headline stories from the ground and right across Europe including the London riots, the massacre in Norway, the Eurozone crisis, elections in Russia, Greece, France, and Italy, Britain’s phone hacking scandal, and the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.

Peter Stefanovic was also one of the Nine Network’s lead reporters during its coverage of the London Olympic Games and Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations.

Peter Stefanovic was posted to London after three years as a United States correspondent. There he covered the 2008 presidential election of Barack Obama, and reported from Washington during Obama’s historic inauguration.

During this posting, he travelled all over the Americas from Alaska to Rio de Janeiro to Haiti where he reported on the earthquake that killed more than 300 thousand people. He covered the death of Michael Jackson, the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, multiple Academy Award and Golden Globe ceremonies. He was also sent to cover the 2009 conflict between Israel and Gaza.

Prior to joining the Nine Network, Peter Stefanovic was a cadet reporter with WIN TV in Rockhampton and Canberra. He graduated from Queensland’s University of Technology.

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