Martin Corben is a media professional with diverse experience – including radio, web, video, audio and social media. His interviews and programs involving a mix of high-profile personalities and regular citizens have helped make him an award-winning journalist and program maker. He currently trains broadcasters across Australia in key skills of interviewing, reporting and presenting and delivers media spokesperson skills training to professional and Government organizations. After starting his media career in 2 BOB FM Community Radio, he joined ABC Radio as a reporter before going on to present State and National rural current affairs programs. His interviews were also heard on national ABC current affairs programs AM and PM. Martin was Regional Manager and Breakfast presenter at ABC North Coast (NSW) from 1996-2006 (#1 in market) and later moved to 702 ABC Sydney to work as a multimedia reporter, on-air presenter and Content Director. Later at the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) he initiated a nationwide regional training program in film, radio and TV skills. He has international experience in South Africa, Papua New Guinea, Vietnam and Myanmar, with an emphasis in regional and Indigenous media content.