Giacomo Luca

Broadcast Journalist in Orlando, FL

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Journalism isn’t a career, it’s a lifestyle. I’ve dedicated my life to seeking truth and reporting it.

My work in the field of journalism spans more than a decade across America. From coast to coast, I’ve reported in 10 states — At the scene of countless natural disasters, major breaking news and local events in communities large and small. I’m a natural born communicator with blue collar roots with a dedication to my career work that is rarely matched.

I most recently served as a Host and Digital Journalist for the non-stop streaming platform LiveNOW from FOX which provides up to the minute, live events, and breaking news along with interviews from insightful and engaging experts on all topics important to our national audience.

As the “MMJ” of the anchor desk, I worked in an extremely fast-paced environment requiring intense multitasking. Utilizing the NewTek TriCaster system, I monitored 11 screens and numerous video sources from around the world while hosting, directing, producing and editing without a teleprompter. The position requires superior news judgement, critical thinking, and flexibility to make decisive content choices in the best interest of viewer experience when seconds matter.

While at the LiveNOW from FOX desk, I broke countless national and international stories including Hamas’ unprecedented October 7 terror attack on Israel, the historic indictments of former President Donald Trump and the removal of Kevin McCarthy as Speaker of the House. I booked interviews with eye witnesses and government leaders at the center of key events of interest to and directly impacting Americans.

I drove viewers to continuing coverage of the U.S. migrant crisis, rising crime across the nation, and major weather events including the recent Nor’Easter and the wildfires on Maui.

I understand the vital role of a journalist to seek information by observing city council meetings, filing public record requests, building sources and most of all trust in the communities you serve.

A great journalist today requires the right balance of grit and polishIntuition and resolve, along with an unending thirst for curiosity, while knowing the difference between being pushy and being persistent, while valuingempathy and humility.

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  • Education
    • Roosevelt University