Adrian Arambulo Wiki
Adrian Arambulo is an American journalist from Chicago currently working as a co-anchor for NBC 4 Today.
Adrian Arambulo Biography
His hobbies include traveling, playing golf, and spending time with his Southern California family. He is also a die-hard sports fan. He is an award-winning journalist and is a co-anchor of Today in LA. He was an anchor for the weekend newscasts and reported breaking news during the weak since 2013.
Adrian has covered several stories including the “Old Fire” in Calabasas and the aftermath of the San Bernardino terror attack in 2015. He was also on scene and reported extensively on the deadly shooting spree near a college campus in Santa Barbara and the 5.1 magnitude earthquake in La Habra.
Arambulo also reported on Hurricane Ike, the Fort Hood shooting massacre, the murder of Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle, and the aftermath of a massive fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas. He also enjoys telling interesting stories at NBC4.
He was the first reporter to go up a mountain vista in the Santa Monica Mountains where he discovered a mystery piano placed there for a music video. Before joining NBC4, Adrian was at KDFW-TV in Dallas for 6 years. He was a weekend morning anchor and reporter.
Adrian also worked as a general assignment reporter and also a fill-in anchor for KLAS in Las Vegas. He also served as the bureau chief for KGBT in Brownsville, Texas.
He has received several awards including a Golden Mike from the Radio, Television and News Association, several Emmy Awards in the Los Angeles, Dallas, and Las Vegas markets, and two Las Vegas Electronic Media Awards. Adrian has also been honored by the Texas Associated Press, U.S. Marshals, and Visiting Nurses Association.
NBC4 Southern California announced Adrian Arambulo as the co-anchor of its award-winning weekday morning newscast, “Today in LA.” Arambulo, who has been with the station since 2013, will permanently co-anchor the three-hour-long news show alongside Daniella Guzman, Traffic Anchor Alysha del Valle, and Meteorologist Shanna Mendiola. “Today in LA” airs weekdays 4:00 a.m. to 7 a.m.
For five years, Arambulo co-anchored the station’s weekend newscasts at 7 a.m., 5 p.m., 6 p.m., and 11 p.m., and also reported breaking news during the week. He has covered a variety of stories, including the “Old Fire” in Calabasas and the aftermath of the San Bernardino terror attack.
He also reported extensively on the deadly shooting spree near a college campus in Santa Barbara and the 5.1 magnitude earthquake in La Habra. Arambulo also covered Hurricane Ike, the Fort Hood shooting massacre and the murder of Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle.
“Adrian is a modern-day journalist with excellent storytelling abilities,” said Todd Mokhtari, NBC4’s Vice President of News. “He will bring a fresh, bright, and upbeat approach to help Southern Californians start their day with the news and information they need to get going in the morning. “
“I am fired up to be part of this talented and committed news team that is so well respected,” said Arambulo. “It’s a tremendous opportunity to be part of an Emmy-winning team known as the best at covering breaking news, but also for being in touch with the community, ” said Arambulo.
Prior to joining NBC4, Arambulo spent six years at KDFW-TV in Dallas-Fort Worth where he served as a weekend morning anchor and reporter. He was also a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor for KLAS in Las Vegas and served as a bureau chief for KGBT in Brownsville, Texas.
His community work includes supporting the City of Bellflower’s BRAVO awards and participating in the Golden Dragon Parade in Chinatown, the annual Comcast Cares Day volunteer initiative, and NBC4’s Clear the Shelters pet adoption drive.
Arambulo has been recognized with a number of awards, including a Golden Mike from the Radio, Television and News Association, several Emmy Awards in the Los Angeles market, Dallas and Las Vegas markets, and two Las Vegas Electronic Media Awards. He also has been honored by the Texas Associated Press, U.S. Marshals, and the Visiting Nurses Association.
Adrian Arambulo Age
He was born and raised in Chicago, USA.
Adrian Arambulo Family
Born and raised in Chicago, Arambulo graduated with honors from Loyola University Chicago, where he wrote for the school newspaper and served as anchor and news director for the school’s radio station.
He is a die-hard sports fan, loves traveling, playing golf, and enjoys spending time with his Southern California family. He resides in Los Angeles. He has a son named Aiden Cruz Arambulo.