ABC marketing specialist Chris Chamberlin has kicked the bucket all of a sudden while holidaying Â in India, leaving media outlets in stun.
The 39-year-old had worked at the national telecaster since 2014, taking care of the reputation for Four Corners, the 7.30 Report and Outside Journalist.
Associate Leigh Deals posted a tribute internet, tweeting: ‘I’m so extremely tragic to learn of the demise of my partner Chris Chamberlin.’
‘Only a delightful individual to be around. Sympathies to his closest.’
It’s misty how Mr Chamberlin passed on.
His most recent online networking post was a carefree tweet about the shabby cost of liquor in India while sitting tight for prepare ticketsÂ to get endorsed.
Sydney Mardis Gras portrayed Mr Chamberlin as an ‘appreciated part’ of the LGBTI people group.
An announcement discharged by the ABC said the marketing specialist would be ‘incredibly missed’.
‘It is with extraordinary bitterness that I am composing of the current going of Chris Chamberlin, a dear partner and companion, who passed on prior today while on vacations in India.
‘Chris has been a key piece of our ABC family for more than four years. He initially begun in May 2008, however left soon thereafter, coming back to the ABC in July 2014.’
‘He has spent the greater part of his ABC vocation as a Senior Marketing specialist crosswise over News and TV, and he was a star at his employment, as he truly cherished media,’ the announcement proceeded.
‘Chris has made numerous companions through his work at the ABC and I know I talk in the interest of everybody by saying Chris will be significantly missed.’
A GoFundMe has been set up by companion David Scott to help bring Mr Chamberlin back home for a legitimate internment and memorial service.
Lateline maker Jamie Cummins portrayed the well known marketing specialist as ‘inconceivably kind, agreeable, and continually ready to make a special effort for you’.
Television Columnist Marc Fennell said Chris was ‘a standout amongst the best time, honest to goodness individuals in Australian television and film.’