Lino Rulli

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Lino Rulli
Born(1971-10-26) October 26, 1971 (age 40)
Saint Paul, Minnesota
ResidenceNew York City
NationalityItalian American
EducationBachelor of Arts
Master of Theology
Alma materSaint John's University
OccupationRadio Host/Producer/former Television Host
Years active1997–present
EmployerSirius XM Radio/Linose Productions, LLC.
Known forRadio and television productions
ReligionRoman Catholic
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Lino Rulli
Born(1971-10-26) October 26, 1971 (age 40)
Saint Paul, Minnesota
ResidenceNew York City
NationalityItalian American
EducationBachelor of Arts
Master of Theology
Alma materSaint John's University
OccupationRadio Host/Producer/former Television Host
Years active1997–present
EmployerSirius XM Radio/Linose Productions, LLC.
Known forRadio and television productions
ReligionRoman Catholic
Signature
Website
linorulli.com

Angelo "Lino" Rulli (born October 26, 1971) is an American radio host, author, producer, and former television host.[1] He is currently the host of The Catholic Guy radio show along side Father Rob Keighron, which is aired on The Catholic Channel on Sirius XM Radio, and Lino at Large aired both on The Catholic Channel and syndicated throughout North America. He was also the Executive Producer and host for the Emmy Award winning television show "Generation Cross." He released his first book, "Sinner," in 2011. Rulli is widely known for being professionally active in mass communications and journalism.

Background

Lino Rulli is a graduate of Hill-Murray High School in Maplewood, Minnesota.[2] He went on to get a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications and a Master of Theology Degree from Saint John's University.[3] He got an ambitious start in television by producing and hosting the television show "Generation Cross" from 1998-2004.[1] "Generation Cross" is nationally syndicated and Rulli won multiple Emmy Awards for "Program Host." He is also a co-executive producer for "The Last Flagraiser," a CBS documentary honoring the World War II soldiers who raised the flag at the Battle of Iwo Jima.[4] "The Last Flagraiser" won Rulli and crew another Emmy Award for "Best Documentary," the "Scripps-Howard National Journalism Award," and the "National Headliner Grand Award." Additionally, Rulli is also a producer of the film "Champions of Faith" in which faith, life, and baseball are explored.[5]

In his media career Rulli has also been a reporter for WCCO-TV and a commentator for KMSP-TV, both stations based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota.[1] The Twin Cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis, as well as the County of Westchester in New York, declared September 29 to be Lino Rulli Day (initiated in 2010).[6]

Rulli's current production is "The Catholic Guy" radio show, the afternoon drive show aired weekdays on The Catholic Channel on Sirius XM Satellite Radio. Rulli also hosts "Lino at Large," a radio show sponsored by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and heard on both Sirius XM and syndicated throughout North America..[7] Per "The Catholic Guy" show, he has worked on additional media projects for various Catholic and secular organizations. He has also made appearances on Howard Stern's Sirius XM channels (Howard 100 and Howard 101), specifically The Jay Thomas Show and Howard 100 News.[8][9]

In September 2011, Rulli released his first book, "Sinner," in which he shares the joys and the struggles of trying to follow God in everyday circumstances.[10] Rulli also make frequent appearances on Fox News, often discussing Catholic current events and other religious issues.[11]

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