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zoeZoe Muldoon – Video Journalist and Presenter
Zoe is the lead presenter on Tyne & Wear News. She’s from Consett in County Durham and she studied Broadcast Journalism at Sunderland University. While there, she threw herself into work placements, securing work in the current affairs department at the BBC in Manchester, as well as experience at ITV. Zoe worked as a freelance reporter for Capital, Heart and Smooth Radio, before joining Made Television in September 2014. Zoe has a passion for reporting hard news and political stories, and has interviewed figures such as Jeremy Corbyn, Nigel Farage, and even Ricky Wilson from the Kaiser Chiefs!

nathanNathan Lee – Video Journalist and Presenter
Nathan has been nominated for a regional Royal Television Award for Outstanding Journalism for his reports from Lesbos, Greece, where he covered the refugee crisis. He’s covered high profile court cases such as Adam Johnson’s in Bradford and has a passion for reporting hard news stories and crime. Nathan graduated from Teesside University with a first class degree in Multimedia Journalism and has gone on to present current affairs show Press Pit, which also airs on Made in Tyne and Wear.

markMark Pattison – Video Journalist
Mark Pattison has worked in broadcasting for 16 years, on everything from drama series to entertainment shows for ITV, BBC and Channel 4.
Now back on home turf, Mark enjoys producing the stories that matter to you, Mark has a particular passion for arts, culture and community projects that showcase the very best of our region. As a cancer survivor, Mark is also committed to raising awareness of what’s being done to beat the disease, highlighting the tireless fundraisers and pioneering scientific advances happening on our doorstep.

jordanJordan Mann – News Editor
Jordan graduated from the University of Sunderland with a first class degree in Magazine Journalism, and went on to win the Best Student Magazine award for his work on Gay Life, a magazine he set up to help young gay men struggling with their sexuality. After graduating, Jordan was hired by the university to launch the mediaHUB, home to Spark Sunderland, SR News, Northern Lights, Fashion North and SportsByte. During his time at the mediaHUB, Jordan worked as the editor of hyperlocal news platform SR News, and helped to relaunch Spark Sunderland’s website. Jordan joined the Made in Tyne & Wear team as a News Planner in April 2015, where he worked closely with the editor to find the stories that matter to the people of Tyne & Wear. Behind the scenes, Jordan took the lead on the gallery operations for the channel, helping to launch popular shows such as the multiplatform programme Made With Pride. Jordan was promoted to News Editor in July 2016 and is passionate about ensuring the Tyne & Wear News team continue to tell the stories on your doorstep.