Alessandra Sardoni is an Italian television journalist based in Rome. She is a reporter for the political desk of the TV channel La7, mainly for the in-depth special programmes and election coverage. She also hosts the morning talk show Omnibus on La 7. After studying philosophy of language at La Sapienza University in Rome, Sardoni began her journalistic career in the cultural editorial department of the regional edition of “la Repubblica” for Naples and also worked for the Fininvest media group. She has been reporting on Italian politics since the early 1990s. As a parliamentary reporter, she worked first for Videomusic news, then for Telemontecarlo and finally for La7. In 2013, she was elected president of the long-established Associazione Stampa Parlamentare (Parliamentary Reporting Association), the first woman to hold this position. In 2007, 2008 and 2014, she hosted the summer editions of La7’s daily prime-time programmes, “Otto e mezzo” and “In Onda”. Sardoni has received numerous awards for television journalism: the Premiolino 2015, the Premio Biagio Agnes2019, the Premio Boccaccio 2020. Her publications include “Il fantasma del leader. D’Alema e gli altri capi mancati del centrosinistra” (Marsilio, 2009) and “Irresponsabili. Il potere italiano e la pretesa dell’innocenza” (Rizzoli, 2017).