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Aldwyn Altuney is a photojournalist with 39 years experience in TV, radio, print and online media. 

Known as the Media Queen, she is a stand for truth, good news and animal welfare.

Aldwyn hosts Media Queen TV and Total Truth Show with a co-host from San Diego.
She also co-hosted the Techwebcast podcast for 3 years, which had over 1 million downloads in 8 years.

Born in Sydney and based on the Gold Coast since 2000, Aldwyn runs AA Xposé Media, which offers public relations, photography and videography services plus the worldwide Mass Media Mastery training program. 

Passionate about raising awareness, appreciation and respect for animals, she founded the world’s first Animal Action Day in 2007.

She has since run 16 annual events, raising millions of dollars worth of free publicity for different animal charities each year. 

Passionate about promoting more good news stories in the mass media to help decrease depression and suicide rates worldwide and lift people’s spirits, Aldwyn founded a Global Good News Day on August 8, 2018, and the monthly Global Good News Challenge in June 2020.

Regular Meetup groups she has run since 2018 are Mass Media Tribe, The Gold Coast Business Laughter Club and Gold Coast TV and Film Production.

She has featured in about 20 inspiring compilation books, many of which are international best-sellers.

Aldwyn was first interviewed at age 10 by the Manly Daily in Sydney as a number 1 ranked Australian junior table tennis player.

At age 11, she featured on Cartoon Connection on Channel 7 in front of 2 million people and had her first media training.

She hosted her first radio show at age 13 at Radio Manly Warringah and represented Australia in table tennis from age 13 to 19.

During her Bachelor of Arts in Communications degree at the University of Canberra from 1992 to 1994, she became the longest serving editor of CUrio - the fortnightly university newspaper.

Since then, she has interviewed stars including Charlie Sheen, Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Debbie Harry (from Blondie) and Cyndi Lauper.

She also loves performing in her comedy duo The Fiddly Gigglers, acting, playing ukulele, beach walks and body surfing.

*** Connect with her on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube on Media Queen TV. All her links are on: https://linktr.ee/aldwyn