Matt DeLucia

Matt DeLucia is a weekday morning reporter for NBC10, covering breaking news and feature stories that highlight the best of our community.

Matt joined NBC10 in 2013 and has covered several of the biggest stories in the Philadelphia region, including the Amtrak train derailment in 2015, the papal visit, and the various championship efforts of Philadelphia’s sports teams.

“Being a journalist gives me a front-row seat to history. Every day presents a new challenge and adventure in storytelling,” said Matt. “Great people just make the job easier.”

Matt was previously a reporter and anchor at KVVU in Las Vegas, Nevada. He also spent time in Massachusetts, Maryland, and at the former New Jersey Network.

Matt has been awarded 16 regional Emmys®, including three honors for outstanding general assignment reporting in the Mid-Atlantic region. His work at NBC10 earned him three RTDNA Edward R. Murrow awards, and he’s been recognized by the state of Pennsylvania for consumer reporting.

Matt grew up in Cherry Hill, N.J., and is a graduate of Camden Catholic High School. He earned his bachelor’s degree in communication from La Salle University. He also holds a weather forecasting certificate from Penn State and earned his MBA from Villanova University, specializing in marketing, strategic management, and analytics.

Matt’s time with NBC goes back to 2006, when he was a production assistant during the Olympic Games in Torino, Italy.

Matt and his family currently live in South Jersey. His hobbies include bowling, visiting restaurants in the area, and traveling the world. His favorite trips (so far) have been to South Africa, Austria, Ireland, and a 4-day hike to Machu Picchu. In the summer, you can also find him spending time at the Jersey Shore.

Connect with Matt! 

Facebook: @mattdelucianews

Instagram: @matt.delucia

X: @MattDeLucia 

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