Alberto Rullán is a media personality who works as a News Anchor on Telemundo 62 in Philadelphia on weekdays at 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. In September 2019, he joined Telemundo62. He formerly worked in New York as a Weekend Anchor and Breaking News Reporter for Telemundo47/WNJU.
Alberto Rullán Age
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Alberto Rullán Height
Alberto stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 7 inches tall.
Alberto Rullán Education
Alberto completed his undergraduate studies in journalism at Universidad de Puerto Rico in San Juan. He then went on to Florida International University in Miami, Florida, to receive his master’s degree in investigative journalism.
Alberto Rullán Family
Regarding his parents, not much is known. Still, Rullán had only one mother to nurture him. He thus wishes to assist in overcoming the difficulties that Latino single parents frequently encounter. He also has a strong interest in issues about kids and families, such as sports accessibility, education, and health and well-being.
Alberto Rullán Wife
Mayela and Hendrick are the couple’s two lucky children. Alberto is married to writer Haydeé Rosario. Alberto adheres closely to his customs over the Christmas season.
Alberto Rullán Salary
Alberto’s annual wage ranges from $20,000 to $100,000.
Alberto Rullán Net Worth
Alberto’s estimated net worth ranges from $1 million to $5 million.
Alberto Rullán Career
Alberto works as a Telemundo 62 anchor. His live newscasts are available to view at 6 and 11 p.m. on weekdays. In September 2019, he became a member of Telemundo62, and he is eager to help the citizens of Greater Philadelphia. The effects of Hurricane Maria on Puerto Rico, Alberto’s native island, remain among the most unforgettable stories he covered.
“I have never covered a story as physically and emotionally taxing as the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. In addition to seeing a destroyed island, I had to find my family quickly.
After working for four years as a weekend anchor and breaking news reporter at Telemundo47/WNJU in New York, Alberto joined Telemundo62. He had previously been employed by WAPA in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, as an anchor and reporter. In addition, he worked for three years at WKAQ in San Juan, Puerto Rico, as a radio reporter, editor, and producer.
In addition to winning three Emmys, Alberto has won other honors from Latin American, European, and Puerto Rican journalistic associations. He has a strong commitment to issues about kids and families, such as sports accessibility, education, and well-being. He aspires to assist in overcoming the difficulties that single parents in the Latino community frequently encounter, having been raised by one. He likes to play hoops, restore vintage automobiles, and hang out with his wife and two kids when he is not anchoring the news.