Veteran reporter Adrienne Alpert has won many awards for investigative reporting, documentary and news writing which include several Emmys, Golden Mikes, and Associated Press Awards till date.
Adrienne works as a general assignment reporter for ABC7 Eyewitness News. The reporter is even a host for Eyewitness Newsmakers, which is a half-hour weekly program dedicated to a more in-depth exploration of local issues and concerns.
Adrienne Alpert Married To Husband
Just as her professional life grew stronger over time, her personal life also grew strong.
Adrienne Alpert is married to Barry Paulk who is a director at LAVA. Her relation with her husband is very strong and has been blossoming for a long time.
The couple’s bond didn’t go unnoticed when Adriene was caught in the accident, and her husband was by her side throughout the process of recovering in the hospital.
Adrienne and her husband have two children together, a son and a daughter. As of now, they are grandparents to adorable beautiful grandchildren.
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The lovely couple is often seen together on dates and night outs. They also go on vacations to spend quality time with each other.
Adrienne Alpert with her husband Barry Paulk on 22 April 2019 (Photo: Adrienne Alpert's Instagram)
With matching outfits, the cute couple enjoyed their time while on vacation in 2019 as well. They are family-oriented people who give time to their family amidst their tight busy schedule.
Adrienne Alpert Wiki / Bio, Salary
Adrienne Alpert, born in 1952, celebrates her birthday on 22 July every year.
She moved to Southern San Diego County, California, the United States in 1961 with her family and later completed her education with a degree of Journalism from San Diego State University.
After graduating, she landed on her first job at KSDO News Radio in San Diego, California. Adrienne worked as an anchor and reporter for KSDO News Radio in San Diego and also hosted Sunday night talk show.
Later, Adrienne joined San Diego ABC-TV affiliate KGTV-Channel 10 in 1977 as a staff. She worked there for 19 years (from 1977 to 1996) as a political reporter, general assignment reporter, and as an anchor.
After getting a kick off in her television career in San Diego, Adrienne joined KABC-Channel 7 (ABC owned-and-operated television station) in 1996 at around the age of 45.
While working for KABC, at the age of 48, Adrienne found herself in an accident when she was assigned to cover a news conference in Hollywood. The microwave transmitter extending from KABC van came too close to high volt power of 34,500 and caused an explosion that severely burnt the veteran reporter’s arms and feet.
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After undergoing many surgeries for her third-degree burns, Adrienne went through physical rehabilitation. When she recovered, Adrienne continued working as a reporter.
Ever since she began her career, the veteran reporter reached an immense height of success. She gained popularity through her appreciable work.
As for her net worth, Adrienne accumulated a decent amount through her work as a reporter. The average salary of a reporter is calculated at around $39K.