Kieran Gilbert is Chief Political Reporter for SKY NEWS and anchors AM Agenda on SKY NEWS Live.
He joined the channel in 2002, becoming a member of the Federal Parliamentary Press Gallery a year later.
Kieran is an integral part of the highly respected SKY NEWS Canberra bureau, which is a key source for breaking news out of the nation's capital. He has earned a reputation as a leading political reporter through his coverage of major news stories including Malcolm Turnbull’s narrow win at the last election - he was a key part of the Sky News team that won a Walkley Award for its 2016 election coverage.
In addition to federal politics, Kieran has reported on significant global news events including; the Boxing Day tsunami and Barack Obama's inauguration as the 44th President of the United States.
Prior to joining SKY NEWS, Kieran worked at Sydney radio station 2UE, first as a General Reporter in the newsroom and later becoming Breakfast News Editor.
Kieran holds a Master of International Studies from the University of Sydney and a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Communication from Charles Sturt University.
In 2010 Kieran was awarded the Department of Foreign Affairs' Elizabeth O'Neill Award for journalism.