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ALEXA BERTOLA
Multimedia Journalist

abertola@ksby.com

 

Alexa Bertola joined the KSBY News team as a Multimedia Journalist in June of 2016.

Alexa's career in news began in 2011 following a summer internship at KUSI News in San Diego. Alexa attended University of California, Irvine where she earned her bachelor's degree in Literary Journalism with a minor in Global Cultures. Her favorite part of college was studying abroad in Italy, learning more about her Italian roots.

After graduating, KUSI News hired Alexa as a writer and she was quickly promoted to producer of the morning show, "Good Morning San Diego." She also worked at KFMB-TV, the CBS affiliate in San Diego.

After several years in the San Diego market writing and producing, Alexa was offered her first on camera position at KIEM-TV, the NBC affiliate in Northern California. She was the station's weekend anchor and multimedia journalist. She's now excited to move closer to home and explore all the Central Coast has to offer.

In her free time, Alexa enjoys spending time at the beach, hiking, and visiting new restaurants. She enjoys reporting on the stories that mean the most to you. Feel free to send your story ideas her way and follow her on social media.

 

 

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