Jane Doyle

Jane Doyle is known as an Australian television presenter. She is most famous for her work for Seven Network at ABC Television.

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Background and Age

Jane was born on February 10, 1958, in Adelaide, Australia. Before heading into a journalism career, Jane worked as a high school teacher in Queensland. Jane Doyle has worked in the media since 1980 and is well-known in South Australia. She has presented news on television for Seven News and ABC TV and shows on ABC Radio and Adelaide's number one breakfast radio show, 1395 5AA. She is a highly respected journalist who has worked in print, radio, and television.

Jane is in high demand as an MC, keynote speaker, facilitator, and interviewer for large and small business, community, and charitable events.

Marriage and Husband

Jane Doyle is married to Ian Doyle, who is also a journalist in television media. Not much information regarding her personal and family life is released to the public.

Career and Net Worth

To make things better in her life, Jane Doyle quit her secured teaching job in Queensland. In 1989, Doyle and her husband Ian moved to Port Pirie, where Jane was appointed as the Rural Officer of ABC Radio. Jane was also selected as a part-time employee of The Recorder Newspaper, where she managed her routine work as an announcer along with her normal work. Jane's husband was transferred to Adelaide, where he served as a reporter at ABC television's countrywide show. Jane served in the print journalism industry for a two-and-a-half-year stint when she had TV Week's Adelaide Bureau Chief role.

In 1986, Jane quit her previous job and became a part of ABC Radio at Adelaide. She signed a six-week work contract there. Jane then got her permanent position where Jane had the responsibility of chief morning newscaster at ABC Radio. In 1987, Jane was lured by television media, and she became a relief newscaster. In 1988, Jane got the opportunity to appear as a weekday newscaster representing ABC TV in Adelaide. Within a one-year time frame, Jane left ABC and became a part of Seven News. She has been serving at Adelaide's Seven News for more than 15 years.

Jane has won plenty of prestigious awards in her journalism career; she won the Clear Speech Awards and Best TV News Reader Award. Jane is a part of the management committee at ASERNIP-S. She is one of Australia's most popular and demanding television icons, and she is an excellent spokesman and facilitator.

Her interviews are consistently found to be very interesting, and also she enjoys interviewing popular icons in all mediums. She has shared the screens with many exciting and iconic personalities and has featured some worthy interviews. Jane has anchored the Carols by Candlelight program and exhibited her singing talents while lending her voice for Christmas Carols.


In 2017, Jane Doyle was reeling from cancer. She was experiencing an episode of breast cancer that required a medical procedure and treatment. Her nephew, Josh, was also diagnosed with cancer and passed away fourteen days later. While the Channel 7 newsreader was outfitting to host the 2017 Flinders Foundation Pink, Blue, and Yellow Ball, which fund-raises for cancer research, she was distracted with the pain over the abrupt passing of Josh, whose Queensland memorial service she had spoken at.

Her cancer diagnosis was shocking, to the point where she nearly couldn't believe it. She had made an impromptu visit to Breast Screen for routine screening and afterward got a callback.

Quick Facts
Birth Date: 10 Feb, 1958
Age: 62 yrs
Occupations: Journalist
Birth Place: Adelaide
Gender: Female
Description: Australian journalist
Twitter Id: Janedoyle7
Net Worth 2020: 5 million
Net Worth 2021: 3 million
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Last Modified: Aug 6 2021
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