Adrienne South realized she had a passion for broadcasting when she started volunteering at Rogers TV in Kitchener and Stratford, Ontario.
After two years of arts courses at the University of Western Ontario, South switched to Conestoga College to complete a two year Journalism-Broadcast program.
With a passion for hockey, South landed at MLSE as part of the Toronto Marlies game day crew, before taking over as the in-game host at Ricoh Coliseum during the 2012 Calder Cup Playoffs.
South then moved to Edmonton, Alberta to work as the promotional coordinator at 105.9 Shine FM before joining the Edmonton Prospects WMBL team for promotions and as a videographer and in-game host. South also worked full-time for the Legislative Assembly of Alberta, managing the caucus communications social media channels and creating daily video content. South most recently worked with Canadian Traffic Network as an airborne traffic reporter for iNews 880 and 630 CHED.
South is thrilled to part of the Global News team as a video journalist in Fredericton.
She enjoys running, hot yoga, and meeting people in the community.
Fredericton’s sixth annual Frostival is underway, with more than 100 events set to take place over the coming weeks. Continue reading →
Residents in the community of Keswick Ridge, N.B., say a newly paved portion of Route 616 is in terrible condition after the recent swing in temperatures. Continue reading →
Grade 8 students at a Fredericton middle school were delivered a sobering message by MADD Canada and NB Liquor, teaching about the dangers and long-lasting impacts of impaired driving. Continue reading →
After much deliberation, Fredericton city council has agreed on a location for the new regional performing arts centre. Council has accepted, in principle, the renovation and expansion of the current Playhouse site on Queen Street. Continue reading →
The Fredericton Police Force has deemed Sunday night’s fire on Ashley Crescent suspicious. Continue reading →
A fire broke out Sunday afternoon on the north side of Fredericton. Continue reading →
Officials from the province’s Emergency Measures Organization are warning New Brunswickers they should be prepared for heavy rainfall and freezing rain that could result in power outages, downed branches, icy conditions and localized flooding. Continue reading →
Scientific researchers with Agriculture and Agri-Foods Canada have developed a potato plant with built-in beetle resistance. The plants could lead to reduced pesticide use and better yields for potato growers. Continue reading →
Opportunities NB is looking at plans to grow the cannabis industry in New Brunswick, as they attempt to leverage the most favourable climate to marijuana in decades. Continue reading →
Staff at CAA and Canadian tire say many people are having issues with vehicles not starting because of the cold. Continue reading →
Frederictonians took the cold temperatures and wind chill in stride, braving the cold to take part in outdoor activities. Continue reading →
The registrar of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New Brunswick says he’s surprised by the backlash and comments aimed at the complainant regarding the suspension of a well-known Fredericton doctor. Continue reading →
An Oromocto, N.B., toddler with a rare disease is happy and healthy following a successful surgery in the U.S. Baby Mateo underwent surgery in September for Hirschsprung’s disease. Continue reading →
Patients of a well-known Fredericton doctor who has been suspended for 18 months for an improper relationship with a patient disagree with the length of his suspension and are asking the New Brunswick College of Physicians and Doctors to reconsider the penalty. Continue reading →
New Brunswickers with health concerns over the holidays may not be able to easily access medical care due to physicians being on holidays, with reduced and limited hours. The New Brunswick Medical Society offers advice on what people can do if they need to access medical advice over the holidays. Continue reading →