Meet the ttn team
Amelia Charlton always knew she wanted to be a journalist and she has spent the last four years after gaining a Bachelor of Communications fulfilling that dream.
As the daughter of a pilot, she spent time growing up in France where she learnt the language.
Having such exposure to the world, Amelia developed a strong sense of news and world events at an early age, which led to her career in journalism and to her role as presenter/reporter for ttn.
Amelia regularly works two days a week reporting & producing in news, and in 2007 wrote and presented a Channel Ten documentary on the Murray-Darling region.
Amelia enjoys a number of sports, going to the gym, running and cooking.
Before joining ttn, Scott Beveridge was a sports reporter, producer and presenter on the First at Five News. As well as presenting & reporting for ttn, Scott is also the program's Associate Producer.
With a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Journalism and Public Relations, Scott's colourful career includes presenting roles on Channel Ten’s Click on TEN and the AFL show Queensland Rules. In 2007 he produced Kick2Kick, a national AFL show for children.
Scott has a great passion for participating in sport, having completed dozens of triathlons and finishing the Paris and Melbourne marathon.
He's also an avid writer, producer and director, and has made a number of short films and documentaries, including an entry in 2008 Tropfest.
Before becoming an inaugural presenter on ttn Emily appeared as a presenter on another popular Channel Ten national program Totally Wild.
Emily has a Bachelor of Journalism, and in 2008 will complete her Law Degree.
In 2005, she won the Network Ten ‘Rising Star’ award. Since then, Emily has also regularly filed news and sport stories, reported on the AFL program Seriously AFL and on Sports Tonight. And she presented the network special Harry Potter: Magic at Midnight.
Emily enjoys running and gym boxing and has an extensive dance, music, and speech and drama background.
Matt Suleau is the newest member of the ttn team, but always felt he would work in journalism – his dad is a senior news journalist and his mum is a news director.
Matt joined ttn at the start of 2007 and has just completed his Bachelor of Journalism.
He is a keen sportsman, enjoying running and water skiing.
He excelled at soccer at school… advancing to the State representative side and playing for the Queensland Academy of Sport.
Matt's career goal is to present Sports Tonight on Channel 10.