Rebecca Munro has been a television reporter for over a decade and has covered some of Perth’s most high-profile news stories, shaping complex information into material an audience can relate to.
She began her media career in 2008 as a newsreader for radio station 92.9. Within two years, Ms Munro moved into television and was GWN7’s regional reporter in Kalgoorlie. She subsequently became a senior journalist, presenter, chief of staff and producer at Network Ten in Perth, a job she held for more than six years, working on stories across Western Australia, interstate and overseas.
In 2013, Ms Munro won Australia’s Best TV Story at the Yorella Media Awards for a heart-wrenching piece on a wheelchair-bound woman who used duct-tape to pursue her dream of surfing. She was also recognised for breaking the arrest of the alleged Claremont Serial Killer in 2016.
Ms Munro has been an associate director of strategic communications at ReGen Strategic (formerly CGM Communications) since January 2018, and the managing director of its spinoff Glow Creative WA since March 2023.