Seven Network announced today that Rosanna Mangiarelli and Will Goodings will be presenting a weekday bulletin for 7NEWS Adelaide 6.00pm.
Rosanna and Will will take the reins in January 2023 after Jane Doyle leaves the news desk on Thursday, December 15th.
An accomplished presenter, producer and journalist with over 25 years of experience, Rosanna joined Seven Network in 2004 after stints at ABC Tasmania, ABC Asia Pacific and ABC Adelaide. From 2004 to her 2007 she read the Sunrise news. From 2007 to 2019, Rosanna presented her flagship current affairs show, Today Tonight, which earned viewership ratings. Since 2020, she’s part of 7NEWS She’s Adelaide’s number one weekend breaking news team.
Rosanna and her husband, Andrew, are parents to three children, Emma, Olivia, and William, and are passionate advocates for improving and empowering young people’s lives through education.
Rosanna is a director of the Sammy D Foundation and the Children’s Research Foundation and an ambassador for countless charities in South Australia.
Rosanna says: He is an absolute professional and shares my passion for news. He also laughed at my jokes and put up with my constant singing, which gave me a good start.
“South Aussie has long been trusted 7 news And I have been deeply loyal. Our audience means everything to us and our honesty and commitment to SA will never wane,” she said.
Will Goodings will be at 7NEWS Adelaide in September 2022 to present the Friday to Sunday 6pm breaking news with Rosanna. The team quickly cemented partnerships and are enjoying critical success.
As well as presenting 7NEWS Adelaide, Will hosts Adelaide’s first radio breakfast show on FIVEaa with David Pemberthy.
Son of 7NEWS Adelaide legend Graeme Goodings, Will has news in his blood and grew up around Seven Studios. He studied politics at the University of Adelaide. News, stories, fast-paced live His love of the media led him to start working in radio at FIVEaa in 2007.
Will is married to Alison and recently welcomed baby Rosie.
Will says:It is both an honor and a privilege to extend that obligation to the evening presentation. 7 news.
“This is a state with a rich history, a vibrant present and an exciting future.
“7 news For a generation he has been Adelaide’s preeminent news bearer. Joining a team with that kind of experience and being able to share his desk with a talent like Rosanna is a pinch opportunity,” he said.
Craig McPherson, director of news and public relations for the 7 network, said:7 news in Adelaide has had a great year bringing news to the people of South Australia. As we enter 2023, another layer of excellence emerges with Rosanna and Will.
“They know what they are talking about and have a way of communicating it clearly and naturally. you know very well.”
directed by 7NEWS Adelaide, Chris Salter said: They have experience, integrity and a deep interest in local issues and local people.
“Viewers already consider Rosanna part of the family. She’s been running our news for 20 years and is one of the most popular presenters in the country. Will is a sharp and proven journalist. It’s in his blood.
“They have the best TV news team in the industry behind them, and it’s no coincidence that they’ve been number one for 22 years,” he said.
“This is a new chapter, but some things will never change. We look forward to continuing to bring the most respected and successful news service to the people of South Australia from the Hindmarsh studios.”
Seven’s top-rated weekend bulletins on Saturday and Sunday at 6pm will be in the highly talented hands of veteran presenter and reporter Mike Smithson, who will take over presenting responsibilities from January 2023.