Pat Tomasulo

Pat Tomasulo is the sports anchor and reporter on the WGN Morning News. He joined WGN-TV in June 2005.

Prior to coming to WGN, Pat was sports reporter and anchor at WKBW-TV in Buffalo, New York. He previously spent three years as sports director, weekend sports anchor and reporter at WJFW-TV in Rhinelander, WI.

In August of 2009, Pat was voted one of the top five broadcasters chosen to sit alongside Kelly Ripa as co-host to “Live! with Regis & Kelly” as part of a nationwide promotion. He was also one of the hosts of “Shaq Vs,” a nationally televised reality show featuring basketball superstar Shaquille O’Neal.

Pat received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from The College of New Jersey.


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    Bears Insider on losing another winnable game

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    WGN anchor lip syncs Gucci Mane song during proposal story

    Rapper Gucci Mane got engaged on the Kiss Cam during the Atlanta Hawks game Tuesday night. Naturally, when WGN Morning News Sports anchor Pat Tomasulo read the story, he proceeded to lip sync a little of Mane’s song “I Think I Love Her.” As Tomasulo noted, Mane has now confirmed very publicly that he does indeed “love her.” Watch the clip in its entirety in the player above. Also during Tuesday’s game, Mane gave a contest-winning fan a Rolex and he performed at […]

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    Bears Insider on losses and injuries piling up

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    WGN anchor ready for ANYTHING if Cubs win the World Series

    Everyone in Chicago has been hearing the number 108 a lot this year. And WGN Morning News Pat Tomasulo wondered: Are we actually prepared if the Cubs finally win a World Series after all those years? He met up with a guy whose mission is to survive, no matter what. More info: http://zombiecombatdiveteam.com/

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    WGN anchor takes shots with 90-year-old Cubs fan seen in post-NLCS interview

    CHICAGO — Some people in Chicago already know who Dorothy Farrell is. She has had the same season ticket seat in the first row at Wrigley Field since 1984. But after Game 6 of the NLCS, the 90-year-old Cubs fan got national recognition after she said in a post-game interview that she planned to celebrate her favorite team’s win with Jägermeister shots. “I just love my Cubbies!"@Ken_Rosenthal talks with long-time @Cubs' fan Dorothy. # pic.twitter.com/Z53gDQWizO — FOX Sports: MLB (@MLBONFOX) October 23, […]

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    WGN’s Pat Tomasulo introduces LA to Chicago celebrity Ronnie Woo Woo

    If you live in Chicago and you’re a Cubs fan, it’s safe to say you know who local celebrity “Ronnie Woo Woo” is. He is known to Wrigley Field visitors for his enthusiastic “woo! woo!” cheers for the North Side baseball team. So while in Los Angeles covering the NLCS, WGN sports anchor Pat Tomasulo decided to represent “Woo Woo” and introduce him to Hollywood. Watch the hilarious video in the player above

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    Bears Insider on another home loss

    WGN Radio Bears Insider Adam Hoge breaks down yet another home loss against a beatable team, makes the case for Jay Cutler to be the starter when healthy and looks ahead to the Thursday Night Football game in Green Bay.

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    WGN sports anchor Pat Tomasulo tricks San Franciscans to ‘Fly The W’

    CHICAGO — WGN Sports Anchor Pat Tomasulo is at it again. He is currently in San Francisco covering Game 3 of the National League Division Series (NLDS) between the Cubs and Giants, and he’s been keeping himself very busy. Somewhere between arriving to San Francisco and reporting for WGN Morning News, he’s managed to spread Cubs love all around the west coast city — by planting W’s everywhere he possibly could. Tomasulo was even able to fool some San Franciscans to ‘Fly The W’ — and that’s […]

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    Bears Insider on the first win of the season

    WGN Radio Bears Insider Adam Hoge breaks down the week 4 matchup against the Lions, the success of Jordan Howard and whether the Bears should stick with Brian Hoyer when Jay Cutler is healthy

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    Legend of Tebow grows with homer in 1st professional at-bat

    PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — The legend of Tim Tebow continues to grow after he hit a homerun on the very first pitch he saw as a minor league baseball player Wednesday. The game was Tebow’s debut as part of the New York Mets’ instructional league team, but he ultimately finished 1-for-6. Tebow hit a high fastball in the bottom of the first inning over the left field fence off Cardinals prospect John Kilichowski, a left-hander who pitched for Vanderbilt University and two minor league […]