<div style="margin:0;"><font face="Times New Roman,serif" size="3"><span style="font-size:12pt;"><font color="black" face="Arial,sans-serif" size="2"><span style="font-size:10pt;">Josh
Rultenberg is the Sports Director for WDHN News.</span></font><span color="black" style="font-family: Arial,sans-serif" size="2;"><span style="font-size:10pt;"><br></span></span></span></font></div>
Rultenberg has been the Sports Director at WDHN since July 2011. During his time in the Wiregrass, Josh has covered many local sporting events like the Future Masters and also traveled to Alabama, Auburn, Troy, and Florida State to report on their football teams. Josh's two favorite moments of 2013 were covering the BCS National Championship Game in Miami and speaking with CNN Newsroom's, Soledad O'Brien during the 6-day hostage situation in Midland City.
coming to Dothan, Josh graduated from Temple University with a degree in
Broadcast Journalism. At Temple, he served as one of the main sports
anchor/reporter for the university's student-run television news
Update. During his time at Temple, he demonstrated his passion and commitment, traveling across the country to cover the Owls.
Josh covered the Temple's Men's Basketball team in Orlando, Florida during the
Old-Spice Classic, and went to Tucson, Arizona and Jacksonville, Florida
for their NCAA Tournament appearances. While in Tucson, Josh
did a story about a Temple fan, who was born with down syndrome. FOX29
in Philadelphia decided to air their story
on the 10 o'clock news entitled "A Lifelong Fan." Josh says this has
been his favorite and most memorable story of his young career, for which he won a NATAS Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award.
he is not working, Josh enjoys playing tennis and spending time with
friends and family. You can see
Josh every week night on WDHN News at 6 and 10.
You can email Josh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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