Russell is excited to be coming back to WECT. He was an intern during the summer of 2018.
He’s a proud “yinzer”, originally from Pittsburgh PA, where he graduated from Saint Vincent College. (Where the Pittsburgh Steelers have their summer training camp)
Russell comes from WJAC in Johnstown, PA where he worked as the overnight producer.
When Russell is not working, he’s looking for new restaurants to try, cooking some of his favorite foods or spending time with his cat Samson. He also enjoys traveling and spending time at the beach with his family and friends.
Russell loves to connect with people and tell their stories.
You can connect with Russell on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @russclark_tv or by email email@example.com
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