Rosie Del Campo
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Rosie Del CampoContact
November 2021: Rosie is no longer with CTV Kitchener
Rosie Del Campo is the anchor of CTV News at Six.
Rosie joined CTV Kitchener as a videographer in 2008 and eventually moved to the anchor desk on weekends. In 2011, Rosie began anchoring and producing CTV News at 11:30 while continuing in her role as a videographer and contributing as an afternoon and evening assignment editor.
In 2017, Rosie played a key role in the launch of CTV News at Five. Rosie produced and co-hosted CTV Kitchener’s newest daily news program, which launched with five live broadcasts in five different cities during its first week on air. Rosie became anchor of CTV News at Six in 2019.
Rosie has enjoyed hosting community events and participating in local initiatives, such as the Canadian Mental Health Association Waterloo-Wellington’s Show Your Soul campaign. Rosie has also co-hosted the annual Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest Thanksgiving Day Parade since 2017.
Prior to joining the team at CTV Kitchener, Rosie was a video-journalist and anchor at CTV Saskatoon.
Rosie is a graduate of the broadcast journalism program at Ryerson University. While studying journalism, Rosie volunteered as a reporter at Rogers TV and completed internships at several TV and radio stations, including CBS News in New York.
Rosie has lived in Kitchener, Cambridge and Waterloo.