WAMU 88.5 : About

Morning Reporter Armando Trull

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Armando Trull is WAMU 88.5's morning reporter.  Each day, he awakens long before dawn to cover the top spot and breaking news of the day.  Whether he's reporting on a raging fire or a protest in front of the U.S. Supreme Court, Armando brings listeners directly to the scene of an event with vivid writing and use of sound.

Armando is also talented at features reporting, bringing an energetic style to all his work.  His warmth and ability to engage potential interviewees brings a unique sound to our morning airwaves, and we hope you'll agree that he should be considered for CAPBA's Best Reporter award.

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