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Ed Byron


Ed Byron

Ed started his career as a radio announcer on 2HD Newcastle and then ABC Radio Newcastle. He relocated from Newcastle to Sydney in 1971 gaining employment at St Vincent's Hospital Darlinghurst as wards man and then at Sydney Hospital Macquarie Street as Personnel Officer. Ed was then employed at Channel 7 Sydney Later Channel 10 Sydney.After leaving Channel 10, Ed created his own advertising production unit specialising in television and radio production.
Ed also created two feature film synopsis for The William Morris Agency:
FILM SYNOPSIS No 1 - Les Darcy: The Australian middleweight boxer who became embroiled in the politics of conscription during the First World War. Darcy died of septicaemia as a result of teeth that had been knocked out during a bout. Ed met with Darcy's brother Joe Darcy on a number of occasions and recorded many research tapes. These tapes are now at the National Library Archives, Canberra.
FILM SYNOPSIS No 2 - Daisy Bates: She was a lifelong student of Aboriginal culture. She was not an anthropologist. However, she knew Australian aboriginals better than anyone else of her time. She lived amongst them. She never tried to teach them or convert them to any faith. She preferred them to stay as they were and live their lives in peace. Married to Breaker Morant.
Ed founded The MEDICAL REGISTER of AUSTRALIA in 1989 and is currently Director of this Company which delivers a database containing the clinical details of medical specialists Australia wide. This database is used by General Practitioners to locate appropriate specialist health professionals when referring patients for specific specialist care. The MEDICAL REGISTER also conducts training courses in Forensic Medicine, Positive Psychology and Counselling.

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