Welcome to our media page. We have a number of media communications ready for you to access at the buttons below. These include:
Stories from the Network
Media Releases and Articles.
Our Media Team
Megan Woodward – Media Team Lead & Board Advisor
Our Media and Public Relations Team is led by Megan Woodward.
‘Megan is a proud north Queenslander. She was born and bred between the cane fields and coal mines around Mackay and in 2001 moved to Townsville to study journalism at James Cook University. Megan first walked into the 630 ABC North Queensland studios as an intern student in 2003 and decided that she liked the place so much she’d find a way to sneak on to the payroll.
After more than a year in the radio newsroom Megan decided to tread in to the unknown waters of commercial television news in 2005, but after 18 months she missed the ABC crew too much and returned “home” in September 2006. In May 2007 Megan took on the role of North Queensland TV Correspondent for ABC News and Current Affairs, which is moulding her in to a jack of all trades!
From cattle and coral to community cabinets in Aboriginal communities, Megan and her A-plus camera operator Scott Kyle are learning something new everyday and absolutely loving it.’
Robin McConchie – Story Teller & Journalist
Our member profiles and stories are done by Robin McConchie. We are deeply grateful to the support and contribution Robin has made to QRRRWN through her reporting and story telling.
Robin McConchie is recognised as one of radio’s living treasures, she was inducted in to the Queensland Rural Press Club’s Hall of Fame in 2011. Robin joined ABC’s rural department in 1982. As a reporter and ABC’s Chief Rural Political Correspondent in Canberra and the Executive Producer of Queensland ABC radio’s Country Hour, she has reported on the issues and events that have shaped rural Australia. See https://www.ruralpressclub.com.au/content/robin-mcconchie visited on 12/2/2020.
Megan Kuhn – Social Media Strategist & Manager
QRRRWN has been the beneficiary of Megan’s passion for rural, regional and remote women together with her skills and expertise for many years. Megan leads our social media strategy, develops and implements media plans and supports the Board as they carry out a broad range of projects and initiatives. She is fundamental to the success of QRRRWN and knows almost everyone in the organisation. We are deeply grateful for Megan’s ongoing involvement in QRRRWN.