Adam Kuperstein anchors the NBC 6 News at 5:30 p.m. with Trina Robinson, and anchors sports at 11 p.m. He also covers breaking news and sports throughout the day.
Adam joined NBC 6 in July 2005. He is an Emmy Award-winning reporter, and has covered big stories impacting South Florida including the 2012 Presidential Election and Debate, three Miami Heat NBA championships, and a number of major hurricanes and tropical storms.
Before coming to WTVJ, Adam was the weekend sports anchor at Fox Toledo News, where he was part of the AP's Most Outstanding Sports Operation. Prior to that, he was the weekend sports anchor for WHIZ-TV, the NBC affiliate in Zanesville, Ohio.
Adam's first taste of South Florida really came as a small child, when his family would take yearly trips to visit his grandparents. He never imagined that one day they’d be able to watch him on TV and more importantly, cook him lots of good food - very often.
Adam is a graduate of Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. He has a dual degree in Broadcast Journalism and Finance and a minor in Economics. While in college, he announced Syracuse Orangemen football, basketball and lacrosse games on the radio for WAER.
Adam dabbled in teaching while working in Toledo. Kuperstein taught a broadcasting class at St. John's Jesuit, where he got a chance to inspire youngsters and outline the basics of sports journalism. Of all the places Adam has lived in his life (nine to be exact), South Florida is where he’s lived the longest and that’s why he says, "it feels like home."