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

Former Patriots receiver Randy Moss thanks Belichick in Hall of Fame speech

By , Globe Staff

With a bust sporting cornrows, Randy Moss was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame Saturday, thanking Patriots coach Bill Belichick and apologizing for “not bringing it home.”

Trump thanks Kraft for advice in winning World Cup bid

By , Globe Staff

President Donald Trump specifically thanked Patriots owner Robert Kraft Friday morning for his “excellent advice” on the bid that will bring the World Cup to North America in 2026.

Celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain dead at 61

By Angela Charlton , Associated Press

Anthony Bourdain, whose television show “Parts Unknown” took him around the globe to interview people about their food and culture, reportedly took his own life.

John Oliver calls out Venezuelan president

By , Globe Staff

“Refreshingly,” the comedian said, “what’s happening in Venezuela is not our fault.”