Emily Angwin joined the Carlton Media team in 2015.
She has a Bachelor of Communications (Media) degree at RMIT and, after graduating in 2008, jumped into the industry with both feet.
Emily worked casually at 3AW, at Nova 100 as an assistant producer, and then as a reader and on-the-road reporter at SEN and MTR radio stations in 2010 and most of 2011. She seized the opportunity to work at Seven News thereafter, making a seamless transition from radio to television. Emily is now working in a senior role as Court Reporter for the Seven News Melbourne newsroom.
In the premiership year of 1972, after then-Carlton Secretary the late Bert Deacon personally handed him his first season’s ticket, Tony De Bolfo followed his grandfather and father to Princes Park on match days - taking his place on the terraces of the old outer at the Garton Street end of the ground, and, in later years, on the weather-beaten bench seats of the Ald. Gardiner Stand.
A journalist and author, Tony (pictured here with Carlton legend Bruce Doull) served as a sportswriter for Inside Football, The Australian and Herald Sun in Melbourne for almost two decades through the 1980s and ‘90s - during which time he also penned the biographies of former Carlton champions Stephen Kernahan, Stephen Silvagni and Anthony Koutoufides. He was also commissioned by the Club to document Carlton's history through the publications Out Of The Blue and the recently-released Carlton Archives Collection.
Tony lives in Melbourne’s inner northern suburb of Preston with his wife Kate and children Carlo, Sofia and Estella.
Writer, performer and broadcaster Tony Moclair’s career spans 17 years in the entertainment industry. Best known for his character creations and uncanny ability to mimic political and social headline-makers, he has also co-hosted top rating radio shows (Triple J, Nova, Triple M and is now a regular on 3AW), written and performed on popular TV quiz and variety shows ( including The Einstein Factor, The Panel and Glenn Robbin’s Out of the Question), was a cast member of ABC’s The Librarians 3, has two platinum selling comedy albums & performed in sell out comedy festivals. He also writes for top rating shows like Spicks and Specks & Mad as Hell.
Tony is the creator and voice behind some well-known radio characters including Guido Hatzis (for which he and co-creator Julian Schiller produced three top selling CD’s (twice platinum) and won two ARIA awards). He is also creator and voice of Young Liberal Stirling Addison who co-hosts controversial talk show Restoring the Balance on Triple J. Other characters include Gen Y radio star DJ Domm, Bill the Kiwi Social Worker and patriotic talkback host Carlton J Kennedy and his larger than life characterisation of actor Tom Cruise that became a fan favourite on Nova and Triple M.
Tony is a regular on top-rating Melbourne radio station 3AW and co-hosts a comedy podcast ‘This is not the News’ with Cec Ramsdale. He has hosted a podcast for the Carlton Football Club every year since 2012.
Amongst his busy media commitments, Tony maintains a keen interest in aviation and modern military history and has contributed articles published in such magazines as Australian Aviation.