Tim Furlong is the Delaware Bureau Reporter for NBC10. You can watch Tim’s reporting weekdays during the early evening newscasts.
A native of the Greater Philadelphia area, Tim loves reporting the news to the people of his hometown.
“I love covering our area because I was born and raised here,” said Tim. “I am raising my kids here. I know and love the people and the attitude. I bleed Eagles green along with them, and I too will forever have trouble spelling the word ‘Schuylkill.’
Tim has covered a variety of stories for NBC10, each unique in its context and how he goes about reporting the story. He enjoys finding interesting ways of bringing stories into the world of viewers. One story that Tim covered required him to strap a GoPro camera to the hood of his car as well as his head. But of all the work that he has done throughout the years, his most memorable moment was when he traveled with the Philadelphia Phillies in 2008 to cover the World Series.
Prior to joining NBC10 in 2005, Tim graduated from American University in Washington D.C. He is a two time Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award winner and a part of the NBC10 team that won an Edward R. Murrow Award. He also works as an adjunct communications professor at Widener University.
When Tim is not reporting, he enjoys traveling with his family and playing the guitar. He married his high school sweetheart, has two children and a rescue beagle named Maggie.
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