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Storyology is Australia’s premier festival of media and storytelling. Register and see the full site at walkleys.com/storyology15/. Bookmark the mobile site at storyology15.sched.org/mobile. And follow the conversation on Twitter at #Storyology.

Program updates for Friday: 
- Sydney Morning Herald’s innovation editor, Stephen Hutcheon, is replacing Conal Hanna on the Tiny screen, big disruption: Mobile-first strategies, and Amy O’Leary will not be appearing.
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Ross Coulthart

Nine Network, 60 Minutes
Investigative reporter
@rosscoulthart

Ross Coulthart, 53, has worked as an investigative journalist for over 30 years. He joined 60 Minutes as a reporter in May 2014. He has won five Walkley journalism awards, including the top award for Australian journalism, the Gold Walkley. His broadcast television investigative journalism also won a Logie award. He is the author of four books – his fifth will be published in 2016. He has worked for The Sydney Morning Herald, ABC TV Four Corners, A Current Affair with Mike Willessee and Jana Wendt, The Nine Network’s Sunday Program, Channel Seven’s Sunday Night Program, and now Sixty Minutes. Ross has written four books and his fifth will be published in 2016. In 2013, Ross wrote Charles Bean – If People Really Knew – a biography of Australia’s Official Historian in the First World War, who followed the AIF through Gallipoli and then through every major battle on the Western Front. In 2016, Ross’ latest book on the British and other Allied World War I soldiers featured in the Thuillier photographic discovery – with the working title, The Lost Tommies - will be published in the United Kingdom by HarperCollins UK. Ross is married and he has two daughters.