Halla Mohieddeen is an RTS nominated Scottish journalist and broadcaster
Halla is a news presenter on STV. She was part of the launch team for STV News Tonight - the first prime-time National, UK and International news programme in Scotland. She earned an RTS Scotland nomination for On-Screen Personality for her work on this ground-breaking new show.
During her time at STV, Halla has covered some of the biggest news stories in the UK, including the Grenfell Tower tragedy, the Manchester Arena terror attacks, and the ongoing Brexit negotiations.
The integrated news format enabled STV to bring international news directly to Scottish audiences for the first time, including in-depth coverage of the Rohingya refugee crisis, the ongoing Syrian and Yemen wars and the Donald Trump presidency.
Her work at STV includes presenting the current affairs programme Scotland Tonight, and STV's UK General election coverage, where she announced the results of the exit poll.
Halla’s international experience and desire to keep reporting on important world issues led to the launch of the podcast Outwith. Every week Halla is joined by guests worldwide, to debate and discuss the underreported issues of the day, in a longer format.
Halla is also involved in several charities, and actively promotes minority voices on air. She is also part of the Women in Journalism initiative.
Halla also works as an event host, corporate speaker and debate moderator.
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An experienced broadcaster, now based in Glasgow after many years based overseas. Halla has presented prime time TV news in China, France and the UK.
Her showreel is available here, with further examples of her work in Paris, Beijing and Glasgow in the individual sections.
Causes and Charity Work
Halla works with Women in Journalism, to support women in the industry, and boost minority voices on air.
She also supports several charities in Scotland and across the UK.
Halla has worked as a journalist and broadcaster for over 10 years. Her career has taken her as far afield as China and the United Arab Emirates, and closer to home in France and Glasgow.
“Halla is already proving a firm favourite with Scottish audiences!”