Alanna Adamko

Alanna Adamko


Alanna Adamko completed her bachelor of Journalism degree at the University of Regina in 2011. Although she considers herself a print journalist, she has skills in many areas of multimedia  -- an  asset to any modern newsroom.

She has written in daily and weekly newspapers, as well as magazines. She does photography, layout, web, video and radio production.

She is currently filling a temporary position as a security manager assistant at Sasktel's Corporate Security.

Extended Bio:

In high school she took several years of multimedia classes, focusing on video, photography and web production.

While in university she worked for a summer term as a computer support  analyst providing  computer and internet based assistance in a federal government agency.

 For her school internship she worked at The StarPhoenix, a daily Postmedia newspaper in Saskatoon.

At the paper she wrote not only for the daily news but pitched ideas for several feature length series. She wrote in-depth features on issues surrounding senior citizens in poverty, daycare, First Nations and new immigrants.

In Saskatoon, she also wrote several pieces for the quarterly business publication, Saskatoon Business.


Travis Spilak, Security Manager, SaskTel Corporate Security

(Work) 777 8300


Mitch Diamantopoulos, Department Head, School of Journalism, U of R

(Work) (306) 585-4090


Patricia Bell, Senior Chair, School of Journalism, U of R

(Home) 546-3237


Heather Persson, City Editor, The StarPhoenix, Saskatoon, Sk.

(Work) (306) 657-6231

Work History

Work History
May 2010 - Sep 2010


The StarPhoenix

Do interviews and write for daily news, photography, research and write long-term features.

May 2010 - Sep 2010

Freelance Writer

Saskatoon Business magazine

Freelancing several creative hotel stories for a "Hotel" themed issue of Saskatoon Business magazine, published four times a year.

May 2009 - Sep 2009

Computer Support Analyst

Environment Canada

Providing computer, printer, and internet troubleshooting for employees working at Environment Canada.


Sep 2007 - Apr 2011

Bachelor of Journalism

University of Regina