Vince Lattanzio is a digital and television journalist for NBC10.com and NBC10 News. He covers a variety of topics that affect the citizens of the Delaware and Lehigh Valleys.
Lattanzio joined NBC10 in March 2008 as a Digital Content Producer. He later transitioned to Evening Editor of NBC10.com, where he helped coordinate the station’s early social media efforts.
Lattanzio played an integral role in the launch of NBC Philadelphia Nonstop, the station’s digital 24-hour news and lifestyle channel. He produced several shows for the channel, including The Scene, and eventually became co-host of the show in July 2011 alongside NBC10 Meteorologist Michelle Grossman. Lattanzio, Grossman and The Scene team earned an EMMY for Best Magazine Program in 2012.
Lattanzio spent 22 consecutive hours on the air reporting on social media use during Hurricane Irene, reported live from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and shared emotional local reaction to the passing of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, among many other stories. He earned an EMMY for Best Team Coverage, along with several other members of the NBC10 News team, for coverage of the deadly 2011 PGW gas explosion in the Tacony section of Philadelphia.
Lattanzio holds a degree in Digital Design from Philadelphia University. While interning in the school’s Public Relations Department, he helped coordinate ‘Runway Challenge’ with NBC10 -- a multi-week Project Runway-type competition featured on The 10! Show. Lattanzio grew up in South Philadelphia and later Washington Township, N.J. He is a 2003 graduate of Roman Catholic High School.