Adam is a Walkley award-winning journalist with 36 years experience in television, newspapers, radio and the internet - and is now the managing director of NewsCar Pty Ltd.
He is also the author of four books - The Accidental Gangster, The Face Without A Name, Nightmare on Norfolk and Cold Cases.
In 2012 Adam won a Walkley Award for reporting the NSW Government went against its own advice to allow a monopoly on the sale of the bio fuel ethanol. The same story secured a 2013 Logie Award nomination in the category of outstanding television news reporting.
In 2007 Adam was nominated for Walkley and Logie awards as the NSW Politics Correspondent for the Nine Network after a series of stories led to the sacking of the Police Minister. He also played a key role in the Nine Network's Walkley and Logie Award winning coverage of the 2002 Bali Bombings.
Adam has been in broadcast journalism since 1984, working at Sydney radio stations 2WS and 2 Triple M before joining the Seven Network for the first time in 1990.
Before rejoining Seven in 2010 Adam was NSW Political Editor of The Daily Telegraph after eight years as a senior reporter for National Nine News. He also contributed to The Bulletin magazine.