It is the iconic SBS newsreader that can be picked up by Network Ten or Channel Seven, according to claims from industry insiders.
Now Lee Lin Chin & # 39; is fully booked & # 39; after her departure from the multicultural and multilingual broadcasting in July of this year.
"She is completely booked up and tries to relieve some of her workload," a Chin spokesperson told The Daily Telegraph's Confidential Monday.
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& # 39; She can work with whomever she wants! & # 39; Lee Lin Chin (photo) is flooded with job openings & # 39; since she left SBS because insiders claim that she would be a natural fit for The Project by Channel Ten
The popular media personality, who left SBS earlier this year nearly four decades with the network is currently in hot demand, according to media sources.
"She was totally the face of SBS and she loved to keep her for herself," an insider told Confidential.
& # 39; Since its popularity increased, there was an increasing demand for a series of other projects. Now she can work with whomever she wants, & # 39; said the insider.
"Since its popularity soared, there was an increasing demand for a series of other projects", said an insider against Confidential on Monday
Do you offer war? It seems that the former SBS newsreader Lee Lin Chin will have no problems finding a new appearance with insiders claiming that the networks are busy securing its services
In July, Confidential reported that the acclaimed newsreader could be on the popular Channel Ten edition of current affairs, with insiders from the industry claiming that they would be a natural fit for the format.
& # 39; Her popularity with the younger target group would be something Ten likes to respond to, & # 39; said the source.
The claim got even more credibility at the end of July when Lee Lin told Ten Daily that she & # 39; happy & # 39; would be to move to the network.
New blood? Confidential reported that Lee Lin could find himself at the popular Channel Ten edition of current affairs. The project: with insiders from the industry claimed that they would be a natural fit for the format. Pictured: Carrie Bickmore
I would like to point out that once a newsreader was always a newsreader, & # 39; she said. I would be very happy to read the news in the future in an informal way if someone was willing to have me … I'm sure I could give a rating increase of ten. & # 39;
However, it seems that it is not Ten alone that could keep an eye on Lee Lin's talents with an insider from Channel Seven, while she tells the publication that the network has already examined with regard to her interest.
& # 39; We contacted her through her management and told her that we would be open to discussions about a role, "said the insider.
She added: "They would be a great addition to any network. Lee Lin is so loved and can cross so many different fields. Wherever she lands, she will be a huge asset. & # 39;
When Lin became a member of SBS in 1980, she announced that she would leave the network in July.
When she came on Twitter to tell the news to her legion fans, Lee Lin was quick to suppress the rage she was retiring.
& # 39; I have not announced my retirement. I just do not read the news about SBS anymore, "she wrote.
She added: I am open to return to SBS or on another network. Trust me, I'm not done yet. & # 39;
Daily Mail Australia approached both Network Ten and Channel Seven for comments.
In conversations? & # 39; We contacted her through her management and told her that we would be open to discussions about a role & # 39 ;, said the insider