Melody Horrill
Melody Horrill

Melody joined Seven after working for Channel Ten as their environmental reporter and back up weather presenter from 1999.
Melody's career also includes reporting stints at Channel 9 and the ABC.

Melody was born in England and moved to Australia when she was 8 years old. As well as her previous role at Channel Ten, she has also worked as a presenter and reporter on Adelaide Today and Nine News for Channel Nine and as a freelance journalist for ABC News.

Melody completed her Bachelor of Arts in Communications at the University of South Australia in 1993 and has also completed a Certificate in Media and Public Relations at the Adelaide Institute.

Melody has a passion for marine life and co-founded the Australian Dolphin Research Fund with Dr Mike Bossley before her move into the media. She has been instrumental in the protection of Adelaide's Port River Dolphins.

Melody is a member of CNN's International Professionals, a patron for KESAB, an Honorary Associate of the Royal Adelaide Zoological Society and ambassador for Save the Children Foundation and the Animal Welfare League.

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