Who is Kenneth Moton?
Kenneth Moton is an American broadcaster with several Emmy awards to his name. He co-anchors Fox 5’s programs at six, seven, and eleven o’clock in the evening. Kenneth joined the station in September 2023 after honing his local and national broadcasting skills for more than twenty years.
Moton has lived in Washington D.C. for a long time and it is reported that he spent his undergraduate internship on Capitol Hill. Having mastered the art of storytelling, Kenneth is always eager to share stories with his viewers in the evening.
Kenneth Moton is a Native of South Carolina
Moton is 42 years old as of 2023. He was born on July 26, 1091, in South Carolina, United States. He pursued his studies in his native homeland. Kenneth graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast journalism from the University of South Carolina.
Kenneth Moton Height
Moton stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches.
Is Kenneth Moton Gay?
Moton is gay and he has been open with his sexual orientation. He married his partner, Brandon Jones on March 7, 2020, in his native homeland, Charleston, South Carolina. The couple is pursuing high-profile careers in that Kenneth is a journalist while Brandon is pursuing a career in medicine.
Kenneth Moton’s Salary and Net Worth
Moton earns a decent salary of $87,647. His job at FOX 5 is his primary source of income. Throughout his career, Moton has built a net worth of $700,000. His wages have increased significantly over the years that he has worked in mainstream media.
Kenneth Moton Career
Moton has mastered the art of storytelling, and delivering exclusive reports to his viewers. He has a burning desire for his job and he has spent many years building his reputation as a trustworthy source of information for FOX 5 viewers.
Before joining FOX 5, the distinguished journalist worked at ABC News where he co-anchored World News Now and America This Morning while he worked at ABC News.
He was able to showcase his diverse skill set as an accomplished journalist with a lighthearted side to a nationwide audience by appearing on the top early morning programs, which are renowned for blending serious news with entertainment news.
Kenneth became involved in covering national politics while working for ABC out of Washington, D.C., where he was regularly assigned to the White House and Capitol Hill.
During his time there, he reported on a number of breaking news events and high-profile stories, such as the 2015 Mother Emanuel AME Church massacre in Charleston, South Carolina, and the 2016 presidential campaign and election.
He also covered catastrophic weather events such as Hurricane Harvey; and other heartbreaking news events like the Las Vegas shooting massacre; the Haitian migrant crisis in Del Rio, Texas; as well as the civil unrest at the Capitol on January 6.
Before he started reporting on a national level, he covered and broke news in Philadelphia, Orlando, Raleigh, North Carolina, and Columbia, South Carolina, for almost ten years. Kenneth gained an understanding of the value of community involvement, storytelling, and source cultivation from these markets.