Channel Seven sports journalist Tom Brown has resigned in a shock announcement
Tom Brown announces shock departure Brown has accepted a role with MA Financial Group
Channel Seven sports reporter Tom Brown is leaving the network after more than a decade.
Brown, who joined the network in 2011, has reportedly taken on a video content producer role with MA Financial Group.
He will see out the rest of this year’s AFL season before starting his new role.
Channel Seven sports reporter Tom Brown is leaving the network after more than a decade
A career change will see Brown leave Melbourne for Sydney with his wife Tara and their two children
MA Financial Group is owned by Sydney Swans chairman Andrew Pridham.
The career change will see Brown leave Melbourne for Sydney with his wife Tara and their two children.
The journalist also works on the Triple M Footy News Podcast.
Brown was promoted to chief football reporter at Seven in 2021.
Before entering the world of sports reporting, he worked as a lawyer.
Brown (pictured with AFL CEO Gillon McLachlan) will see out the rest of this year’s AFL season before starting his new role.
With Brown’s resignation expected to be a big loss for Seven, the seasoned reporter broke some of the league’s biggest stories.
Fellow Channel Seven sports reporter, Mitch Cleary, is a front-runner to replace Brown.
In addition to his TV presenting work, Brown also writes a regular column for 7NEWS.com.au called Tom’s Take.
Brown is the son of Collingwood president Jeff Brown and shares two children with his wife Tara.
He worked as a lawyer from 2006 to 2009 before starting a career in sports journalism.
Brown often speaks about health and urges people to take care of themselves.
At age 32, she was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes but a combination of treatment and healthy living helped her keep it under control.
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