Adrienne Francis is a popular radio, television and digital journalist and presenter for ABC Canberra.
During her more than eighteen-year career with the ABC she has presented the ABC’s flagship TV and Radio News bulletins in the ACT and Northern Territory and was a current affairs reporter for 7.30 ACT, one of Canberra’s most watched TV programs.
Adrienne began her career with ABC Local Radio in 2003, where she worked across outback northern Australia. She worked as a specialist rural journalist based out of Katherine and Kununurra, before becoming presenter of the Northern Territory Country Hour in Darwin.
She has reported for national television current affairs programs, including Landline and Australia Wide. She has also worked as a reporter for ABC Radio's national current affairs unit, for the programs 'AM', The World Today, 'PM', and 'Saturday AM'.
Adrienne spent her early years between Sydney and Jindabyne in the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales. She originally studied agricultural science at the University of Sydney before pursuing a media career.
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