Tracee Hutchison

Entertainment Journalism Program Leader

Tracee Hutchison is a high-profile Australian arts and media executive, commissioning editor, broadcast/journalist, presenter, multi-platform producer/director and executive producer with over 25 years’ experience at the highest level in Australian and international broadcast media and arts sectors.

She has extensive work experience both nationally and internationally, as a radio presenter; JJJ, Radio Australia, ABC News Radio, 774/Melbourne, 702/Sydney, 3RRR.FM and the BBC World Service. Tracee has also worked in television as a presenter, reporter, producer and writer; 7.30 Report, Sunday Arts and co-host of ABC TV’s DIG TV.

Tracee’s extensive TV and online production roles include: Talent Producer/Scriptwriter for ‘Rockwiz’ (SBS TV), Series Producer for ‘Nomad’ (SBS TV), Field Producer for ‘Getaway’ (Channel 9) and former Network Executive Producer for the ABC’s Australia Network/ABC International.

Tracee is a former CEO of the Human Rights Arts and Film Festival, Program Director at Melbourne’s premier community radio station 3RRR.FM and Opinion Columnist for The Saturday Age. She is also the author of three books: Australian music anthology, Your Name’s on the Door and two fundraising cookbooks for the Mirabel Foundation – Rock Chefs For Mirabel and Laughing Stock.