Chris Masters

Chris Masters is one of Australia’s best-known, most successful and most influential investigative journalists - inducted into the Australian Media Hall of Fame in 2017. He retains the record of longest serving reporter on Australia’s longest running current affairs program, Four Corners.

Over 25 years he made a series of nation shaping reports, among them The Moonlight State, investigating police corruption in Queensland which helped trigger the Fitzgerald Inquiry and reforms across Australia. He has received multiple awards including the premier Gold Walkley for his international expose of the sinking of the Rainbow Warrior, and is the author of five best-selling books.

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