Katie Woolf is a voice for Territorians, she focuses on topics of importance and is known to go toe-to-toe with politicians and community leaders on issues impacting the NT.

When something is happening in the Territory, Katie has her finger on the pulse and her heart with the community, which is why thousands of people tune in every morning to hear 360.

She began her media career almost 20-years ago, producing a morning talk back show in Central Queensland. She’s come a long way from her days in Mount Isa and is now a highly sought after national political and current affairs commentator, appearing on Sky News, Channel Nine and The Project.

Katie is an eight-time Australian Commercial Radio Award (ACRA) winner, taking out the highly sought after Brian White Award for Excellence in Radio Journalism for four consecutive years.

She has also been awarded the Best Talk Presenter two years in a row.

In 2021 she was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia her contribution to broadcast media and her charity work raising awareness of prostate cancer.

Katie is a passionate Territorian who is committed to giving the community a voice.

She’s also a mad running enthusiast, loves following current affairs, and has a solid understanding of news and politics and the way both can impact the community. When she’s not at work you can usually find her helping out at kids sport.

Katie is also a passionate advocate for men’s health after losing her Dad, Rod to Prostate Cancer. She founded Run with Dad, a Father’s Day Fun Run which raises money and awareness for prostate cancer and men’s health.

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