|Born||28 August 1982|
|🏡 Residence||Sydney, Australia|
|👔 Employer||Seven Network|
Michael Pell (born 28 August 1982) is the executive producer of national morning TV shows, Seven Network's Sunrise and Weekend Sunrise.
Pell began his career as a producer at Sky News. At 18, he was Australia's youngest 24-hour news producer at the time. He helmed rolling coverage of some of the world's biggest stories, including the war in Iraq.
At 21, Pell moved to regional TV to be a reporter for Prime News in Tamworth, northern New South Wales. He returned to Sydney at 22 to take up a position as a producer with Seven News. Not long after, he moved to the network's breakfast show, Sunrise. He became a producer and field producer, deployed internationally for major breaking news. He also shot feature stories across the globe.
In late 2005, Pell was promoted to the position of supervising producer for Weekend Sunrise. Under his guidance, the show extended from a one-hour show on Sunday to two weekly three-hour shows, airing on both Saturday and Sunday.
In early 2009, Pell was appointed executive producer of Weekend Sunrise and The Morning Show. At 26, Michael was the youngest executive producer to helm national programs on the network.
He began his position as executive producer of Sunrise in November 2010, succeeding Adam Boland.
- "Sunrise EP Michael Pell's Next Challenge: 'A Show From The Moon'". Mediaweek. Mediaweek. 15 July 2019. Retrieved 13 October 2019.
- "Seven appoints new Sunrise executive producer". The Spy Report. Media Spy. 5 October 2010. Retrieved 8 October 2010.
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