John Clark
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Broadcast Pioneers member John Clark joined the NBC 10 News team in September 2001, as a Weekend Sports Anchor. Prior to joining NBC 10, Clark was a sports anchor and reporter for WPTV-TV, an NBC station in West Palm Beach, Florida. Before working at WPTV, Clark was a sports anchor and reporter for WMGM-TV, NBC 40 in Atlantic City, N.J.

Clark has earned several Mid-Atlantic Emmy nominations for his sports reports. In 2004, he won an Emmy for "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Sports Reporting."

As part of the NBC 10 sports team, Clark has covered some of the biggest stories in Philadelphia sports history including the Eagles appearance in Super Bowl XXXIX and the 2006 NFL Hall of Fame Game.

While growing up in Wallingford, Pa., Clark used to imitate legendary ‘Phillies’ announcer Harry Kalas, a member of the Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia. John was graduated from Strath Haven High School and Temple University, where he was involved at WRTI-FM. Prior to graduation, Clark interned for WB17, Fox29 and Temple’s Campus station before starting his broadcasting career. He is an active volunteer for the Special Olympics and has become more passionate about the events since his brother began competing in them. Clark resides in Montgomery County.

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