Alison Ariotti

Alison Ariotti (Nee born 1980)[1] is an Australian journalist and news presenter.

Alison Ariotti
Born
ResidenceBrisbane
OccupationJournalist and news presenter
EmployerNine Network
Spouse(s)Gerry Ariotti

Career

Ariotti's media career began at NBN in Northern New South Wales where she worked casually as a reporter.[2] In 2000, she was appointed to WIN News as a reporter in Cairns and later moved to WIN News on the Sunshine Coast. Ariotti later moved back to Cairns and was appointed as chief of staff for WIN television. In October 2004, Ariotti joined the Nine Network and was appointed a reporter and producer on Nine Gold Coast News. She then moved to Brisbane in 2007 became a reporter and producer on Nine News Queensland.

In 2009, Ariotti was appointed Queensland reporter on Today. She was replaced by Aislin Kriukelis in May 2013. In January 2014, Ariotti moved to Sydney and filled in for Wendy Kingston on Nine News Now whilst she was on maternity leave. In September 2014, Ariotti returned to Brisbane and was appointed co-weekend presenter for Nine News Queensland replacing Eva Milic. She also presents the Friday edition of Nine Live Queensland.[3]

As of 2018, Ariotti presents Nine Live Queensland on Thursdays and Fridays, and reports for Nine News Queensland on Wednesdays.[4]

Personal life

Ariotti was educated at Kingscliff High School and later graduated from Queensland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) degree in 2000.[2] In July 2011, she married anaesthetist Gerry Ariotti in Kingscliff.[1] They have two daughters.

References

Media offices
Preceded by
Bulletin introduced
Eva Milic
Nine Live Queensland
Friday presenter
Thursday and Friday presenter

October 2014 - December 2017
January 2018 - present
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Preceded by
Eva Milic
Nine News Queensland
Weekend presenter with Darren Curtis

October 2014 - December 2017
Succeeded by
Jonathan Uptin
Preceded by
Bulletin introduced
Nine Morning News: Queensland Edition
Friday presenter

October 2014 - 2 October 2017
Succeeded by
Bulletin discontinued
Preceded by
Wendy Kingston
Nine News Now
Presenter

January 2014 - August 2014
Succeeded by
Amelia Adams


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