One of Southern New England's most respected reporters, Adam Bagni is based at NBC 10's Bay State newsroom. He is largely responsible for the station's coverage of Massachusetts, particularly Bristol County, and frequently serves as a fill-in anchor.
A five-time Emmy nominee during his tenure, his tenacious reporting has garnered countless exclusives and exposed numerous scandals.
Among his most notable stories, Adam confronted a former headmaster accused of covering up sexual abuse, uncovered alleged widespread bullying by a collegiate softball coach, and discovered improper inspections that resulted in the largest case of farm animal abuse ever in the Northeast.
He's also reported remotely for NBC 10 from Washington, Philadelphia, and Williamsport, Pennsylvania.
Adam also covered two of the highest profile trials in the history of our region: the Aaron Hernandez murder trial and the penalty phase of the trial of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. During the Hernandez trial, he conducted an exclusive interview with the jury, which aired as a special entitled "Behind the Verdict."
Prior to being named to his current position, Adam was a sports anchor and reporter at NBC 10.
He's hosted numerous studio shows, including "First and 10," "Friday Night Lights," "Varsity Life," "Need for Speed," "Summer Games Showcase," and pre- and post-game shows of Providence College and University of Rhode Island basketball.
In addition, he's been integral in the station's coverage of major sporting events, including the Super Bowl, World Series, and Stanley Cup Finals.
Many local sports fans are also familiar with Adam's work on radio, after he previously served as a "Sports Flash" anchor on the WEEI Radio Network.
Prior to joining the station, Adam spent three years as sports director at WNCF, an ABC affiliate in Montgomery, Alabama. During his time down South, he also hosted weekly a college football show, and covered two BCS National Championships.
Prior to starting at WNCF, Adam worked in production for NESN, covering the Boston Bruins and Red Sox, including their 2007 World Series Championship.
In addition, Adam has worked as a production assistant during remote broadcasts for ESPN, FOX Sports, and for NBC at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy.
He's received a wide variety of broadcasting honors, spanning four states.
Adam is a native of Taunton and is a graduate of La Salle University in Philadelphia.
He and his wife Liz (and dog Daphne) reside in Danvers, Massachusetts.