William "Bill" Woods (born 1962 in Moruya, New South Wales) is an Australian television journalist and radio and television broadcaster and host. He is best known as the presenter, alongside Sandra Sully, of Network Ten's ''Ten News at Five'' in Sydney, which he left in November 2012.
In 1982 Woods graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Professional Writing at Canberra College of Advanced Education (now University of Canberra) and in early 1983 began another three-month course in Commercial Radio Broadcasting at the Australian Film and Television School. After that course he was employed, along with classmate Mike Hammond, by 2BS Bathurst owner Ron Camplin, who then used the young DJs as morning and afternoon hosts for one of his other regional stations, 2LF Young.
In early 1984 Woods was offered a journalism cadetship with Radio 2WS in Sydney. He filled all kinds of news reporting and presenting roles, as well as major sporting event coverage. This included a trip to The Championships, Wimbledon, in 1987 to cover Pat Cash's historic win. The following year he accepted the role of 2WS Sports Director. In late 1988 he was offered a part-time job at Network Ten, which soon resulted in an offer of full-time work as a sports reporter for the evening news.
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