Rosanna Mangiarelli, Presenter
Rosanna Mangiarelli joined the Seven Network in 2004 as a reporter, presenter and producer. Rosanna started her role as host of Today Tonight in August 2007. Away from work, Rosanna dedicates her time to an array of charities. She also enjoys holidaying around the state with husband Andrew and their three children.
Graham Archer, Producer
Graham was a secondary school teacher for 10 years but has spent the last 17 years in current affairs television first working for Channel Nine's A Current Affair as an editor, researcher, producer and journalist. He's also worked for the ABC's 7.30 Report and was the Supervising Producer of Channel Nine's Sunday program.
Frank Pangallo, Reporter & Producer
Frank has more than 30 years experience in the media, holding senior reporting and managerial positions in newspapers, magazines, radio and television in that time. His career began as a copy-boy at The News (Adelaide) - Rupert Murdochs' first newspaper. Frank worked his way through the ranks to eventually become the paper's Editor in 1989.
Paul Makin, Reporter
Paul Makin has been in the media for over forty years starting off as a Cine-Cameraman. His foray into Journalism happened in the Seventies at Radio 5KA in Adelaide where he was the resident “Roving Reporter”. He then headed to Sydney where he hosted the highly rated “Nightwatch” program on Radio 2UE.
Hendrik Gout, Reporter
Hendrik was named Journalist of the Year in the SA Media awards… And he says that working at Today Tonight is one of his best jobs ever!
Pippa Bradshaw, Reporter
A budding journalist from a young age, Pippa started her career in Canberra, where she grew up, and moved to the Seven Network in 2009.
Rodney Lohse, Reporter
Rodney started with Today Tonight in 2001 in Adelaide and has worked in the Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne offices of Channel 7 as a reporter, producer and presenter.