Jane Doyle replaced by TWO weekday news anchors at 7News Adelaide

Jane Doyle replaced by TWO weekday anchors at 7News Adelaide as the pair admit they have ‘massive shoes to fill’

Jane Doyle has been replaced by not just one, but two news anchors at Channel Seven’s weekday newsdesk.

Will Goodings and Rosanna Mangiarelli will take over the role from Doyle, 64, following the announcement of her retirement after joining the network 33 years ago.

Mangiarelli has more than 25 years’ experience, having joined the Seven Network in 2004 and previously working at the ABC.

Will Goodings and Rosanna Mangiarelli will take over the role from Jane Doyle following the announcement of her retirement. Pictured: Will Goodings and Rosanna Mangiarelli

Will Goodings and Rosanna Mangiarelli will take over the role from Jane Doyle following the announcement of her retirement. Pictured: Will Goodings and Rosanna Mangiarelli

Meanwhile, Goodings joined 7NEWS Adelaide in September 2022, presenting the Friday to Sunday 6.00pm news bulletins with Rosanna.

He is also FIVEaa’s breakfast radio co-host, which he joined in 2015 alongside David Penberthy.

Speaking to Adelaide Now, Goodings had nothing but praise for his predecessor, admitting the role will be a huge step to take over.

In November, Doyle announced her retirement at the end of the 6pm news after joining the network 33 years ago

In November, Doyle announced her retirement at the end of the 6pm news after joining the network 33 years ago

‘Jane has had such a phenomenal career, one that will never be matched,’ he said.

‘It’s massive, massive shoes to fill and I’m completely aware of that but we have shared shoes in the past so I’m hoping that’s a good omen.’

In a statement following the announcement, Mangiarelli said: ‘I look forward to sharing the role with Will. He’s an absolute professional and shares my passion for news.

Goodings is also FIVEaa's breakfast radio co-host

Mangiarelli has more than 25 years' experience, having joined the Seven Network in 2004

Mangiarelli (right) has more than 25 years’ experience, having joined the Seven Network in 2004, while Goodings is also FIVEaa’s breakfast radio co-host

Goodings welcomed his first child, daughter Rosie, with wife Alison just six weeks ago

Goodings welcomed his first child, daughter Rosie, with wife Alison just six weeks ago

‘He also laughs at my jokes and puts up with my constant singing, so we’re off to a good start.’

‘South Aussies have for a long time trusted 7NEWS and have been deeply loyal. Our audience means everything to us and our honesty and commitment to SA will never fade,’ she added. 

Goodings welcomed his first child, daughter Rosie, with wife Alison just six weeks ago.

‘I have woken up every morning for the past nine years talking to South Australians about South Australia,’ he said.

In her emotional address, Doyle told viewers she would be moving onto 'other ambitions'

In her emotional address, Doyle told viewers she would be moving onto ‘other ambitions’ 

Doyle will step down on December 15, with Mangiarelli and Goodings commencing their new roles in mid-January

Doyle will step down on December 15, with Mangiarelli and Goodings commencing their new roles in mid-January

‘It is both an honour and a privilege to extend that duty into the evening presenting 7NEWS.’

‘Joining a team with that experience and getting to share the news desk with a talent like Rosanna is a pinch yourself opportunity,’ he continued.

Seven’s Adelaide bulletin has topped the ratings in Adelaide for the past 22 years.

In November, Doyle announced her retirement at the end of the 6pm news, saying her three decades on air at the station had been ‘a privilege.’

In her emotional address, the popular journalist told viewers she would be moving onto ‘other ambitions’. 

Doyle will step down on December 15, with Mangiarelli and Goodings commencing their new roles in mid-January. 

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