Senior ABC journalist Tracey Holmes has abruptly called time on the public broadcaster, just months after her high-profile husband.
On Saturday, Holmes announced she had resigned from the ABC but promised she would continue with her career elsewhere.
‘Paris 2024 beckons. It will be my 14th Olympic Games as a journalist/reporter/broadcaster,’ the ABC radio anchor wrote on X, formerly Twitter.
ABC journalist Tracey Holmes announced she was leaving the public broadcaster on Saturday. Picture: YouTube.
‘This coming Olympics though, it will not be for the ABC since I have resigned and will finish on November 30.
‘Thanks to colleagues, listeners, viewers, readers, critics and most importantly, those who always gave their time to both celebrate sports role in society and discuss the ways of turning the negatives into the positives.’
The move comes just months after her husband, Stan Grant, departed the broadcaster, saying he was ‘walking away’ after copping racial abuse.
The move comes just months after her husband, Stan Grant, departed the broadcaster, saying he was ‘walking away’ after copping racial abuse
Grant first announced he was stepping down from his role as host of Q+A in May, before leaving the ABC entirely in August.
Homes began working at the ABC in 1989 and had several stints over the following decades, notably as ‘s first female host of sports program, Grandstand.
More to come.