Alberto Rullán is an anchor for Telemundo62. You can watch his live newscasts weekdays at 6 p.m. and 11 p.m.
Alberto joined Telemundo62 in September 2019. He is excited to serve the people and communities across Greater Philadelphia.
“I’m passionate about connecting with our audience,” said Alberto. “I want to be the person they trust and depend on for the most important decisions concerning them and their families.”
One of the most memorable stories Alberto covered was the impact Hurricane Maria had on his homeland of Puerto Rico.
“The aftermath of Hurricane Maria was the most emotionally and physically challenging story I’ve ever covered. I was not only witnessing a devastated island - I was also racing against time to find my family.”
Alberto joins Telemundo62 after spending four years as a weekend anchor and breaking news reporter at Telemundo47/WNJU in New York. Prior to that, he worked as an anchor and reporter for WAPA in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico. He also spent three years as a radio reporter, editor and producer at WKAQ in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Alberto earned a bachelor’s degree in Journalism from Universidad de Puerto Rico, San Juan, and a master’s degree in investigative journalism from Florida International University in Miami, Florida. He is a three-time Emmy award winner and recipient of several awards from journalistic organizations in Puerto Rico, Latin America, and Europe.
Alberto is passionate about causes related to children and families including education, health and wellness, and access to sports. Raised by a single mother, he wants to help combat the struggles single parents in the Latino community often face.
When Alberto is not anchoring the news, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two children, playing basketball, and restoring classic cars.
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