Vince is a digital and television journalist at NBC10 (WCAU) in Philadelphia.
He has covered a variety of stories ranging from law, order and life issues to breaking news. Vince has led in-depth investigations on topics including child exploitation, youth homelessness, the opioid and heroin epidemic, millennials and politics, and suicide.
As Journalism Lead, he plays a major role in setting the NBC10 Digital Team's vision, tone and the presentation of written, video and graphic content on the station's digital platforms. He also explores new technologies and storytelling techniques to best engage current and to attract new audiences to vital local news and information.
Vince’s work has been honored by NATAS, RTDNA and the AP. In 2017, he was named a Livingston Awards finalist in local reporting.
A Philly native, Vince has a degree in Digital Design from Philadelphia University. He lives in Center City with his husband, Joshua, and enjoys photography, traveling and cooking in his spare time.
AWARDS & HONORS
Livingston Awards for Young Journalists
Finalist, Local Reporting
Edward R. Murrow Awards: National
Excellence in Innovation — 2017
Large Market TV Website — 2016
Edward R. Murrow Awards: Region 11
News Documentary — 2018
Excellence in Innovation — 2017 & 2018
Excellence in Social Media — 2017 & 2018
Large Market TV Website — 2018, 2017, 2016 & 2015
EMMY Awards: National News & Documentary
Outstanding Regional Investigative Report
EMMY Awards: Mid-Atlantic Chapter
Feature News Report
Best Magazine Program
Best Team Coverage
Associated Press Pennsylvania
Best Public Service
Philadelphia City Council
Resolution honoring work on the heroin epidemic