Alison Comyn – born 28 October 1969 in County Louth – is an Irish television journalist and broadcaster.
She is best known as news anchor of UTV Ireland’s weekday news and current affairs programmes Ireland Live news and Ireland Live news at 10 which aired between January 2015 and January 2017.
Comyn previously worked on programmes with RTÉ, BBC, Sky News and Channel 4.
Prior to working at UTV Ireland, she was a reporter with Independent Newspapers, covering regional, political, crime and current affairs issues, including her column “Comyn Sense”.
She was also a reporter and news anchor with Newsline on BBC NI and Sky News Ireland.
Comyn is married to Malachy Murphy and they live in Drogheda with their two children, Holly and Luke
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