Nick Delgado was born in 1985 on Guam and hails from the village of Agana Heights. He moved to Hawaii as a teenager and it was as Senior at Leilehua High in Wahiawa that he first developed an interest in journalism. Working in TV productions for the schools "Mules News" Nick discovered his passion for telling a story.
After graduating, Nick moved back to Guam where to attended the University of Maryland on Naval station and the Guam community college before enlisting for two years of active duty in the U.S. Army. During his experience in the military he gained further experience in communications. Stationed in Ft. Bragg, NC he trained in the fields of an information systems operations analyst and a food service specialist.
Nick's background in media provided a great jumping off point when he again returned to Guam and began his career as a broadcast journalist. With two years experience in the field at the local ABC and FOX station, he has now become part of Guam's most watched news team. At KUAM, Nick follows cops and crime and always goes the extra mile to bring viewers the most accurate and up to date information that matters to them.
But most importantly, Nick credits his faith and family with providing a balance to his life in the hectic world of television news.