Producer

Rob DeCola

Raised in the North Shore suburbs of Boston, Rob studied print and online journalism at Emerson College and began working for boston.com in 2003 as a homepage producer. He moved to the newsroom’s digital conversion team in 2004, where he produced the online presence of the Globe’s print product. He then served as part of boston.com’s news, features and sports team before bringing his talents to bostonglobe.com in 2014. He likes turtles.

Latest stories

Obama advisers are urging Deval Patrick to run in 2020

By , Globe Staff

Former president Barack Obama’s inner circle is encouraging him to run, according to a Politico interview, but it’s not clear if the job interests him.

Donal Logue pleads for return of missing daughter: ‘It’s okay. Just drop her off.’

By , Globe Staff

“There is an ‘out’ for this situation that works for all involved. We promise,” the actor wrote on Facebook in a bid for information on his missing daughter.

This federal agency’s Twitter account got weird and stayed weird

By , Globe Staff

In a move that seems to embrace #SocialMediaDay, the official Twitter account of the US CPSC brought back some of its more interesting consumer product posts.

Nintendo releasing another mini console that you probably won’t be able to find in stores

By , Globe Staff

The Super NES Classic Edition will contain 21 built-in games from the Super Nintendo Entertainment System era and include two controllers.