Michael Cain

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Michael Cain

(1975-10-28) October 28, 1975 (age 48)
Occupation Journalist, Broadcaster, Television interviewer, Producer, Writer/editor, Columnist, Corporate Host
Known for Cainey Media, The Project, Studio 10
  • Founder of Cainey Media
  • Senior Journalist for Sydney’s Ten News First
  • Feature documentary creator for ESPN
Board member of
Website caineymedia.com

Michael Cain is a multimedia and entertainment innovator. Michael Cain has been in the media and advertising industry for over 30 years. Michael Cain is a multi-talented person who has been in the field of journalism for decades. He founded his own media company, Cainey Media, in Australia and has worked as a journalist, broadcaster, television interviewer, producer, writer/editor and columnist. Michael also does corporate hosting on occasion. Cainey Media is here to provide you with all your media needs.

Michael Cain is passionate about creating content that connects people to brands they love while transforming businesses through authentic storytelling. he can also provide a multitude of services both locally and abroad in all types of strategic planning and execution.


Michael Cain is a senior journalist for Ten News First and producer/writer/editor of the ESPN exclusive documentary series, “Passionate Players.” Michael has interviewed many famous people including Mark Viduka, who was his first interviewee in Croatia.

Michael Cain is a well-known Australian author, journalist and documentary maker. His three part documentary series “Passionate Players” which appeared on Network Ten, uncovering the lives of entrepreneurs and how they made their fortunes. Cainey has recently finished filming an exclusive feature in Croatia on former Socceroo Mark Viduka. Marks first tell all interview, which will air on ESPN.

Michael is a journalist who has covered events such as Olympic games, Commonwealth Games, State of Origin series, NRL Grand Finals Melbourne Cups, A-League grand finals & National Shooting Championships. He also writes for 10 Daily and The SBS World Game website and Inside Sport. After making his mark for SBS in their coverage of the 2010 World Cup soccer finals in South Africa, Michael has gone onto cover these major sporting events.

Michael has a career in interviewing people that many would love to have the opportunity to meet. He’s interviewed super models, celebrities, politicians and other public figures which has given him an insight into what it takes for someone to be successful. He also has a range of high profile hosts at his disposal with both male and female presenters available who can compliment the perfect event or function.

He has interviewed some of Australia’s most famous people, including Elle Macpherson, David Hasselhoff, John Howard, Jimmy Barnes and Scott McLaughlin. Michael also appears on Network Ten’s flagship shows “The Project” and “Studio 10”.

Notable Work

Mark Viduka Uncovered

Michael travelled to Croatia to interview Mark Viduka, one of the biggest Australian football legends of all time. The former Socceroo opened up on his most inner thoughts regarding his past; including teammates, the FFA and football managers are in his firing line, as well as the real reason he retired from international football without telling anyone but his closest friends.


Craig Johnston is a best Australian footballer. Michael talks one on one with Craig about his playing career, what makes him tick today and how he wants the A-League to look outside the square to secure its survival.[1]