Kenneth Moton Biography
Kenneth Moton is a journalist from the United States, working as a reporter for ABC News and the co-anchor of World News Now, an American overnight news broadcasting that is broadcast on ABC.
How old is Kenneth Moton? – Age
Moton was born on July 26 in the United States. His age is not known.
Kenneth Moton Family
Although he has not revealed their his family’s identity, he is said to be having a brother and a sister. On 25 August 2018, he shared a picture with his siblings wishing his brother’s birthday.
Is Kenneth Moton married? – Partner
He is married to Brandon Jones. The couple wedded on June 26, 2020, as they celebrated the fifth anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court decision to legalize gay. Jones is the director of Health Center Operations & HR Training at the National Association of Community Health Centers.
Kenneth Moton Net Worth
Moton has not revealed the records of his wealth making it difficult to calculate his net worth.
Kenneth Moton Career
Kenneth was a general assignment reporter at Philadelphia station WPVI before joining ABC News, where he covered big headlines such as Superstorm Sandy, the derailment of the Amtrak train, and the Penn State child sex abuse case. Kenneth was a general assignment reporter at WFTV in Orlando before covering for WPVI, where he worked on a number of local stories, including exposing a local police officer who had used falsified college degrees to raise his salary, leading to the filing and resignation of criminal charges.
Kenneth had served two years at News 14 Carolina in Raleigh prior to Orlando, where he covered the Duke Lacrosse rape investigation. Kenneth’s career started in South Carolina, his home state, where he worked as a reporter, editor, and producer for WIS and then WLTX.
Kenneth Moton World News Now
He is the co-anchor of World News Now. The show features a blend of general news and off-beat stories, along with weather predictions, sports highlights, feature interviews, and repurposed segments and story packages from other ABC News programs during the early morning hours each Monday through Friday; its style is frequently lighthearted, irreverent and satirical.
A variety of well-known television personalities have anchored WNN early in their careers, including original anchors Aaron Brown and Lisa McRee, Thalia Assuras, Kevin Newman, Alison Stewart, Liz Cho, Anderson Cooper, and present ABC World News Tonight anchor David Muir, produced by David Bohrman, who also acted as the original executive producer.
The show is mainly co-anchored by Kenneth Moton and Mona Kosar Abdi, correspondents for ABC News, who also anchors the early-morning news program America This Morning for the network. WNN is broken into four section blocks that begin with national and international news headlines and contain certain pre-taped stories from ABC NewsOne correspondents or recurring reports from ABC World News Tonight, the evening news show of the network.
The “A”-block often includes a national weather forecast and a sometimes comedic “kicker” story that ends the block. Depending on the day of the week, the “B,” “C” and “D” blocks normally contain a combination of reports from Nightline or the BBC, or other live-to-tape or pre-taped pieces created in-studio.