Avani Dias leaves Triple J Hack; becomes ABC’s South Asia correspondent

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Avani Dias Leaves Triple J Hack As She Takes A New Job As ABC’s South Asia Correspondent










Avani Dias stops as presenter of Triple J Hack and leaves the youth radio station after five years.

The 30-year-old journalist resigned after taking a new job as ABC’s South Asia correspondent in New Delhi, India, Radio Today reports.

Ms Dias said the decision to leave Triple J and accept an overseas secondment was a difficult one as Hack had been such an integral part of her life.

New Change: Avani Dias Leaves Triple J Hack After Accepting a New Job as ABC’s South Asia Correspondent

“Hack has been with me for such a big part of my life. From listening in my bedroom as a teenager to the last five years as my dream job – I’m so proud of everything our show does,” she said.

The Young Australian Journalist of the Year nominee thanked her Triple J colleagues for their support, as well as Hack’s loyal listeners.

She said: “Thank you to every young person who has spoken to me, often abandoned in their darkest moments by broken systems. I will always be grateful for your trust.’

'Hack has been with me for such a big part of my life': The 30-year-old journalist said the decision to leave Triple J and accept an overseas broadcast was a difficult one, as Hack was such an integral part of her life been.  In the picture with singer Alexandra Lynn

‘Hack has been with me for such a big part of my life’: The 30-year-old journalist said the decision to leave Triple J and accept an overseas broadcast was a difficult one, as Hack was such an integral part of her life been. In the picture with singer Alexandra Lynn

“To my brilliant colleagues, family and friends, I would be nowhere without you and your support from me every day,” she added.

Ms Dias took over as presenter of Hack after former presenter Tom Tilley announced his resignation towards the end of 2019.

Tilley left to take a position as collaborator and part-time host of Channel 10’s flagship current affairs program The Project.

Start: Ms Dias took over as presenter of Hack after former presenter Tom Tilley announced his resignation towards the end of 2019

Start: Ms Dias took over as presenter of Hack after former presenter Tom Tilley announced his resignation towards the end of 2019

Ms Dias began her career with the independent radio station FBI before writing for the Melbourne publication The New Daily in 2015.

She joined the ABC at about the same time as a production assistant.

She has been nominated for two Walkley Awards, including Young Australian Journalist of the Year in 2019.

Triple J Breakfast newscaster Dave Marchese takes over from Mrs. Dias as the new host of Hack in 2022.

Career: Ms. Dias began her career with the independent radio station FBI before writing for The New Daily in 2015.  She joined ABC at about the same time as a production assistant

Career: Ms. Dias began her career with the independent radio station FBI before writing for The New Daily in 2015. She joined ABC at about the same time as a production assistant

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