Tracee Hutchison


Tracee Hutchison is a high profile Australian TV/radio broadcaster, journalist, commentator, facilitator, arts/media executive, author and educator with over 30-years experience at the highest level in Australian and International media.

Her wide-ranging career includes presenting roles at JJJ, Radio Australia, ABC NewsRadio, ABC local radio and 3RRR.FM and on TV as a senior reporter for ABC TV’s 7.30 Report, SBS World News, co-host of DIG TV, commentator and panelist for the BBC World Service and opinion columnist for the Saturday Age.

Tracee’s media and arts executive roles include CEO of the Human Rights Arts & Film Festival, Network Executive Producer for ABC International’s Australia Network and Program Director/Board Director at Australia’s largest community radio station, 3RRR.FM.

Tracee is currently Head of Journalism at the Australian College of Arts, Board Member at Music Victoria and works as an advisor in government, arts and community media sectors.