Rosanna Mangiarelli

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Rosanna Mangiarelli is an Australian journalist and presenter who works for the Seven Network in Adelaide.

Mangiarelli currently presents Today Tonight South Australia.


Mangiarelli completed her journalism degree at the University of South Australia. One of her well-known former classmates is comedian and Get This star Richard Marsland. She then began her career on television in Port Pirie, working for Central GTS/BKN.

She then moved onto the ABC in 1999 working as a national broadcaster and other various postings in Australia.

Mangiarelli has also presented a daily national news program for Asia Pacific, an ABC satellite service. She also acted as stand-by presenter for ABC News South Australia when the regular presenter were absent.

She then moved to the Seven Network in 2004. At 7 she became a main fill-in presenter of Seven News Adelaide, as well as a senior reporter. She also presented the news on Sunrise on two occasions including while the show was live in Disneyland. She began acting as substitute presenter on Today Tonight in 2005.

Following Leigh McClusky's announcement about her departure from Today Tonight South Australia on 17 August 2007, there was speculation about Mangiarelli being the replacement host.[1] This proved correct and Seven announced that Mangiarelli would be the new presenter, replacing McClusky (who had presented the show since its inception in 1995).

Personal life[edit]

In February 2009, Mangiarelli and her husband Andrew welcomed daughter Emma Marie Oborn to the world.


  1. ^ "Leigh leaves TT on a high". Adelaide Now. 2007-07-06. Retrieved 2007-07-09. 
Preceded by
Leigh McClusky
Today Tonight
South Australia Presenter

Succeeded by
Preceded by
Richard Davies
ABC News Adelaide
Fill-in presenter

2002- 2004
Succeeded by
Rebecca Morse