Tony Squires has been one of Australia’s most popular media personalities and a highly successful corporate entertainer and speaker for more years than he cares to admit.
Tony’s media experience, which includes hosting major live television shows and extensive radio broadcasting, provides potential clients with a range of unique and entertaining options.
Squires has a wealth of experience in corporate entertaining roles including master of ceremonies, guest/keynote speaker and quizmaster. Tony most recently co-hosted Sydney radio station Vega 95.3FM’s breakfast show with long time friends Rebecca Wilson and Mikey Robins. The show demanded a broad range of media skills and experience.
Tony Squires has been a journalist for more than 25 years, with much of that time spent at the Sydney Morning Herald as a feature writer, columnist and section editor. He edited the Guide for a number of years, as well as being deputy editor of the sports section. He wrote a popular weekly television column before getting his own head on the box.
In 2008, Tony had a year long pop culture column in the Sunday Telegraph. Squires now writes regularly for major newspapers and magazines.
In 2009, Tony published his second book Cracking the Footy Codes. It’s an entertaining cheat sheet for those wanting to understand games that bemuse. Why do large men run stupidly fast into other large men? And so on and so forth.
Tony Squires has been a journalist for more than 25 years, with much of that time spent at the Sydney Morning Herald as a feature writer, columnist and section editor. Squires edited the Guide for a number of years, as well as being editor of the sports section.