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Keith Demicoli born at Ħaż-Żabbar on 17 February 1982. He is a newscaster, married and lives in Ħ'Attard.
Educated at Della Salle College and University of Malta.
As been interested in broadcasting ever since he can remember! Although his first passion was for sports journalism, particularly as a football commentator, beside he played also football with St Patrick today know as Żabbar St Patrick.
In late 2007 he landed a job as a news journalist at TVM. In 2010 he won Malta’s Best Newscaster TV award and soon after became TVM’s main news anchor. Besides anchoring TVM’s flagship 8 o’clock news.
Keith Demicoli hosted various shows, including the Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2010 and Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2011. As a news journalist he played a pivotal role in TVM’s political and election coverage in 2008 and 2013. He is also the producer and presenter of weekly EU current affairs programme, dot. eu.