Adriana is a weekly columnist for the Boston Herald & Co-Host of HERALD DRIVE, a popular syndicated radio show that airs on the Boston Herald’s website. HERALD DRIVE can also be accessed via iHeart Radio and Tune In APPs. It airs M-F 7 am – 9 am and delivers the best of morning Drive Time talk including breaking news, fresh political commentary and laugh out loud entertainment. HERALD DRIVE is tracked and picked up by major media.

Adriana on Fox & Friends March 29, 2015
In 2012, Adriana was a lead GOP political analyst for CBS Radio, covering the Presidential and Vice Presidential debates, Election night and Talk the Vote series. She  covered the U.S. Special Senate Election, New York City’s Mayoral & Comptroller political races on air as well as many other diverse topics of regional & national interest.

Adriana is also a television commentator regularly appearing on Fox News and other national media outlets. Adriana has also appeared on CNN, The O’Reilly Factor, Lou Dobbs Tonight, Fox Business News, Fox & Friends, Your World w/Cavuto, Hannity, Justice w/Judge Jeanine, Fox 25 Boston, BBC Radio, ARTE TV, Morning Meeting, High Noon, Press Party and Sports Town (Boston Herald Radio), NPR’s All Things Considered, New England Sports Network (NESN), The Voice of Russia, New England Cable News (NECN), WCVB-Channel 5, I Heart Radio, Talk 1200, Channel 7, Speak Up Long Island with Steve Levy, Michele McPhee WTKO, Jim & Margery (96.9), the Michael Graham Show, WRKO The Kuhner Report, The Ken Pittman Show, WAAF radio’s Hill Man Morning Show, NewsmaxTV, and WGBH’s The Emily Rooney Show.  She has also written columns or opinion pieces published in the Boston Globe, Concord Journal and Lowell Sun.

For booking inquiries, please contact: Tom Shattuck, Executive Producer, Boston Herald

“Adriana is a provocative and insightful commentator who delivers well-informed, honest and refreshing straight talk no matter the topic. She has a good sense of humor and terrific rapport with our callers who dial in from all over the country to speak with her and engage her on the issues.”

– Dan Rea, Host of NightSide with Dan Rea, CBS Radio