by Laura Nachman
March 8, 2006
In this continuing series, I will look at those under 30 on news
programs who are making an impression on local television.
Newcomer Adam Joseph, 27, is quickly making an impression at 6ABC.
Joseph, who normally does the weather for "Action
News" Saturday and Sunday mornings, is getting lots of exposure
filling in on "Action News" weeknights at 11 p.m. while regular
meteorologist Cecily Tynan is on maternity leave. The Boston,
Massachusetts native graduated from Lyndon State College in Vermont
and worked as a meteorologist in two markets in West Virginia before
arriving at 6ABC in 2005.
“I have been told many times over the years by individuals in the
field and professors in college that age and years of experience will
get you to the top. I believed that until I got the interview
call from WPVI. Landing on the number one station, in the fourth
largest market in the country shows that having drive and a passion for
your work can get you far, fast. I love what I do and I love being
able to do it here.”
Joseph, who is single and lives in the city, calls himself a
“I live at the gym outside of work. I enjoy free weights,
running, biking, hiking, swimming, anything that challenges my mind
He also does work for cancer charities in honor of his grandmother who
died of the disease, hoping to "raise awareness to help prevent a
patient and a family, from going through what we went through."