Josh Rultenberg

Josh Rultenberg

Reporter | Josh Rultenberg joined the 69 News team in February 2018. After stops at three different stations in New York and Alabama, Josh is excited to be back in his home state of Pennsylvania.

Josh, who is originally from Montgomery County, joins the team as a general assignment reporter from FiOS 1 News in New York's Lower Hudson Valley.

During his time in the Hudson Valley, Josh covered stories like the Port Authority Bus Terminal bombing in New York City, Governor Andrew Cuomo's relief efforts to Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria and the opening of the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge.

Before working downstate, Josh was both a general assignment reporter and Weekend Sports Anchor upstate at WTEN in Albany. While working there, Josh covered the Baseball Hall of Fame, MLB Draft and Triple-Crown winner, American Pharoah's only loss in the 2015 Travers Stakes at the Saratoga Race Course. 

Josh started his broadcasting career as the Sports Director at WDHN in Dothan, Alabama. While in Dothan, Josh covered Alabama and Auburn football along with high school sports. Josh also had news and radio experience in Dothan, helping WDHN and CNN cover the 'Midland City Hostage Situation' and worked on the radio for over a year on WTVY FM and WECB FM's 'Bud and Broadway.'

Josh is a proud graduate of Temple University where he received his Bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism.

When he is off, Josh enjoys playing tennis, attending sporting events and watching movies.

Anyone who has a news story is encouraged to reach out to Josh via email at jrultenberg@wfmz.com or you can follow him on twitter at @joshrultnews.

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