Matt DeLucia is a weekday reporter for NBC10 covering breaking news and stories impacting the community.
Matt joined NBC10 as a reporter in 2013 and has covered several of the biggest stories in the Philadelphia region, including the Amtrak train derailment and the papal visit.
“Being a journalist allows me to be a witness to history, both the good and the bad. Every day presents a new challenge, and a new journey to tell a story and find the truth,” explained Matt.
Prior to joining NBC10, Matt was a reporter and anchor at KVVU in Las Vegas, Nevada. He also spent time at WSHM in Springfield, Massachusetts, and WBOC in Salisbury, Maryland.
Matt is a 12-time Emmy award recipient, including two honors for best general assignment reporting in the Mid-Atlantic region. He has also been recognized by the state of Pennsylvania for consumer reporting. The Associated Press Television and Radio Association named Matt ‘Reporter of the Year’ while at KVVU in Las Vegas in 2012. There, he covered several high-profile stories, including the O.J. Simpson Las Vegas robbery case.
A native of Cherry Hill, N.J., Matt is a graduate of Camden Catholic High School. He earned his degree in Communication from La Salle University and holds a meteorology certificate from Penn State.
While at La Salle, Matt was offered a unique on-air apprenticeship at New Jersey Network, where he was a labor and workforce reporter. His time with NBC goes back to 2006, where Matt was a production assistant during the Olympic Games in Torino, Italy.
Matt currently lives in South Jersey and is getting married later this year. He is a proud uncle and loves dogs. Matt’s hobbies include bowling, visiting new restaurants in the area, and traveling the world. In the summertime, you can also find him spending time down the shore (Sea Isle City).
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