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Adrienne Alpert

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Eyewitness News Reporter and Eyew...

Local Address: Glendale, California, United States
ABC News
3845 Pleasantdale Rd.
Atlanta , Georgia 30340
United States

Company Description: ABC News delivers a big picture understanding of the world to empower and inspire viewers to make confident decisions for themselves and their families. More people...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Overcoming Disparities Through Sustainability, Moderator


  • degree , Journalism
    San Diego State University
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The Sheriff's Youth Foundation is ... [cached]
The Sheriff's Youth Foundation is pleased to announce that Adrienne Alpert from ABC7 Los Angeles will be joining the "Salute to Youth" gala on Thursday, September 18, 2014 at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, Ca. as its emcee for the night's program.
"We are honored to have Adrienne join us for our youth event," said Tom Flesh, Board President of the Sheriff's Youth Foundation.
Adrienne Alpert joined ABC7 "EYEWITNESS NEWS" as a general assignment reporter in February 1996.
Her role has expanded to host of "Eyewitness Newsmakers", a 1/2 hour weekly program dedicated to a deeper exploration of local issues and concerns.
Through a broadcasting career that began in 1973, Adrienne has won a number of Emmys, Golden Mikes and Associated Press awards for investigative reporting, a documentary and news writing.
Adrienne moved to Southern California with her family in 1961. Their first home was in southern San Diego County. Adrienne has progressively moved north up the California coast ever since.
She attended school in San Diego. After graduating from San Diego State University with a degree in Journalism, she landed her first job at KSDO News Radio in San Diego. She worked there as an anchor/reporter with a Sunday night talk show for four years.
Adrienne joined the staff at San Diego ABC-TV affiliate KGTV in 1977 and worked there as an anchor/reporter for 19 years. Adrienne and her husband, Barry Paulk have a son, Michael.
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The debate was moderated by ..., 9 Mar 2009 [cached]
The debate was moderated by Adrienne Alpert of KABC.
Connecting California's ``Haves'' and ``Have-Nots'': Pat Brown Institute Conference Examines State's Digital, Economic, Geographic Divides: Financial News - Yahoo! Finance, 17 Nov 2005 [cached]
At one panel entitled "Overcoming Disparities Through Sustainability," moderator Adrienne Alpert of KABC-TV facilitated a discussion between Hon. Karen Bass, California Assembly; Rick Cole, Ventura City Manager; Anita Gabrielian, SBC, and John Gamboa, The Greenlining Institute.
Leadership Directories | News Media Yellow Book | The Leadership Library, 23 Oct 2006 [cached]
Adrienne Alpert, Reporter, KABC-TV
NPPA: Los Angeles TV Reporter Alpert Settles Lawsuit Against ABC Inc., 1 Jan 2004 [cached]
The attorney said that Alpert and ABC have agreed not to disclose details of the settlement.
Alpert's story was reported several times in News Photographer after the incident, and she continued to work at KABC-7 after recovering from several surgeries and physical rehabilitation.
The reporter was on assignment in Hollywood on May 22, 2000 when a KABC-7 photographer raised the 42-foot telescoping mast of their news van into an overhead power line, according to the suit.Reports said electricity shot through the van and her body as she stepped out of the vehicle.Alpert lost half of her right leg, half of her left arm, part of her left foot and several fingers on the right hand in the aftermath of the electrocution.
In the suit against ABC Inc., Alpert alleged negligence by ABC and contended that the company was responsible for providing training in the operation of the news van.A story in the San Diego Union Tribune reports that Alpert had previously reached an $800,000 settlement with the maker of the van's mast, Will-Burt Co., and that the settlement became known to them when court documents about the pending suit against ABC Inc. were made public.
The KABC-7 Web site says that Alpert joined KABC-7 as a reporter in 1996.She graduated from San Diego State University with a journalism degree and worked at KSDO News Radio in San Diego as an anchor and reporter with a Sunday night talk show.In 1977 she joined KGTV, the ABC affiliate in San Diego, and was an anchor and reporter there for 19 years before coming to KABC-7.
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