Catherine Hunt

Catherine Hunt has built a deep understanding of effective communications through a long career in print, radio and television. She has led live coverage of breaking news stories, reported for national newspapers and the BBC and written a phycological thriller. 

After many years at the BBC, Catherine now runs CHC Media advising clients on how best to tell their own stories.

Career

Catherine began her journalistic career working in local newspapers before moving to the Press Association and then the Daily Mail, 

In her many years at the BBC Catherine edited the main TV news shows in particular the Six O’Clock News. She also edited live coverage of many major news events at home and abroad.
Catherine also worked as a producer on various current affairs and business programmes as well as reporting for national TV and radio.

As a media consultant, Catherine works with a wide range of private and public sector clients advising on the best ways to communicate effectively and how to present key messages clearly.

Books

Catherine’s phycological thriller ‘Someone out there’ sees a successful divorce lawyer’s life unravel as she fears someone is trying to harm her. The novel is set in Brighton drawing on Catherine’s knowledge of the town from her time working on its local paper The Evening Argus.