NBC Phillip Mena Bio, Age, Married, Gay

Phillip Mena, an NBC news anchor, might be single currently.

NBC Phillip Mena Bio, Age, Married, Gay

Quick Information

The NBC news broadcaster Philip Mena, a prominent tv news personality, is probably single currently.

The El Paso native and inspiring tv news figure that many El Paso people look up to has kept his relationship details hidden, as he doesn’t fancy revealing his love life publicly.  

Does Philip Mena Have A Girlfriend?

Well, we can assume the hard-working reporter is, in fact, married to his work. However, in spite of spending the majority of his time in the spotlight, Mena has managed to remain tight-lipped when it comes to talking about his relationship status. 

Even his social media handles, which mainly contain work-related uploads, leave no sign of the anchor ever being with a partner or girlfriend before. 

As a result of not finding a clue about his girlfriend, gradually, his viewers began speculating him as gay. However, Mena hasn’t addressed anything about his sexuality yet and still maintains privacy when it comes to his love life. 

Moreover, the reporter is currently busy focusing on his excelling career with an insane schedule like no others, working by midnight till eight in the morning. And, when the time is right for him, he will certainly reveal his other half to the world. But, till then, we have got to wait patiently. 

Phillip Mena

Philip Mena with co-host Frances Rivera at Early Today studio. ( Source: Instagram)

His Experience At NBC

When most people drift into their dreamland, the news reporter is up and about to begin his work at NBC with an upbeat enthusiasm and energy. 

Mena’s daily schedule is no joke. The Early Tonight host goes to bed by 7 pm to wake up hours before dawn and gets ready for his segments by 2:40 am. 

Having finished four different live segments by sunrise and finishing his work by 8 am, he then gets the rest of the day to himself. 

Born and raised in El Paso, he began his broadcasting career in 2010 in his hometown as a reporter at KTSM El Paso. Wowed with Mena’s incredible work ethic and a hunger to learn, the KTSM chief meteorologist said, “He was a down-to-earth guy. He was willing to learn the ropes as a reporter, and he had a good connection with the audience.”

His journey from Channel 9 KTSM to NBC as the starter of the first show of the day at NBC has been a breakthrough in his broadcasting career, which he sums up as, “To work in such an iconic place where the history has been made in broadcasting, it’s just an amazing experience to walk in.