It was only fitting that Rodolfo Roman ventured into the journalism world.
Both his parents, Rodolfo Roman and Thelma Roman graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communications. Soon after, both worked for Nicaraguan radio and newspaper covering the revolutionary war.
Once the Roman’s arrived to the United States and gave birth to Rodolfo Roman he was introduced to journalism at an early age working alongside his father at a local radio station reading and writing news. It was the launch pad that defined his future.
While in high school, Mr. Roman wrote for his school newspaper and produced segments for Coral Park Senior High television channel. At the same time, he wrote the sports section for a Hispanic community newspaper and produced the political segment for a now defunct 1450 AM Union Radio program.