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"How can you indent in HTML?" I see this question a lot." The answer is not easy. The HTML makes it hard.Do what you gotta do I suppose.Ray Martin
Ray Martin was appointed the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC)’s North American correspondent in 1969. Over the next 10 years his coverage included race riots, anti-Vietnam War protests, Olympic Games and presidential elections for news and current affairs television and radio, from Four Corners and This Day Tonight to science and religion programs. In 1978 he joined the Nine Network to launch 60 Minutes, along with reporters George Negus and Ian Leslie. From 1985 to 1993 he presented the daily variety show Midday with Ray Martin and hosted top-rating specials such as Ray Martin Presents, Up Close and Personal and The Ray Martin Show, interviewing entertainment celebrities including Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, Robin Williams, Elton John, Michael Crawford, Russell Crowe and Madonna. He hosted A Current Affair from 1994 to 1998 and went on to present three series -- Our Century, The Great Debates and Simply the Best -- before returning to 60 Minutes to do special reports. In 2003 he resumed as host of A Current Affair. It was announced in December 2005 that he would become the Nine Network's Senior Reporter. This quashed much speculation that he would return to Four Corners at the ABC, as the fluctuating ratings for A Current Affair had decreased. Over the past few years he has assisted in reporting with some major events including the Indonesian tsunami disaster in 2005. Former Today Show co-host Tracy Grimshaw replaced Martin on ACA at the beginning of 2006. He was then a senior correspondent for Channel Nine. He has also hosted diverse television events, from the Logie Awards, Commonwealth Games, World Cup Cricket, 1988 Bicentenary Spectacular and Federal and State Election nights to the aftermath of the September 11 terrorist attacks. From 16 September 2007, Martin took over as co-host of Sunday replacing Ross Greenwood. Ray Martin left the Nine Network in February 2008, allegedly due to differences with management over budget cuts and a time slot change for the Sunday program. On 28 March 2008 it was announced that Ray Martin would lead the official broadcast of the World Youth Day event in Sydney from 15--20 July 2008. In October 2008, Martin criticized the Nine Network and other commercial television operations during an address at the annual Andrew Olle Lecture. The subject of Martin's criticism was an alleged 'dumbing down' of journalism and news coverage. He is a republican. During his time with Channel Nine Martin regularly displayed an anti-British bias, earning him the nickname from some commentators of Ray "anti-pom" Martin. Martin is a fan of the South Sydney Rabbitohs NRL team.  Incident with John Safran John Safran, an Australian documentarian and media personality, created a pilot called John Safran: Media Tycoon that was focused on the media industry. It became infamous for a segment where Safran turned up to A Current Affair host Ray Martin's house and harassed him in the tabloid style characteristic of A Current Affair and its peers. Martin was in contact with the ABC and specifically warned Safran in the segment that he had spoken to Roger Grant, the then Head of Corporate Affairs at the ABC. Martin's connection with this executive at the ABC is suspected to be a reason the series never made it to air. The Ray Martin segment was later played on Media Watch on ABC and on Enough Rope. Safran went through Martin's garbage and took Shane Paxton (a former A Current Affair story subject) to embarrass Martin.  Awards and honours Ray Martin has received five Gold Logie Awards for the Most Popular Personality on Australian Television, Australia’s most popular television award. He received his first at the Logie Awards of 1987 as host of Midday, then he received four in a row at the Logie Awards of 1993, 1994, 1995 and 1996; the first two were as host of Midday and the last two as host of A Current Affair. He has also received Silver Logies, People’s Choice Awards, Variety, Mo and Queensland Entertainer awards. Ray Martin was awarded a star on Caloundra's Walk of Stars in early 2007. Martin was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia on 26 January 2010 for service to the community through voluntary roles with charitable, Indigenous, health and sporting organisations, and to the media as a television journalist. Martin was awarded the Centenary Medal on 1 January 2001.