Biography of Kenneth Moton
Kenneth Moton is an American News journalist and anchor who currently works for ABC News as a co-founder of World News Now with Mona Kosar Abdi. Prior to joining ABC, Kenneth worked at WPVI as an outsourcing journalist.
Kenneth Moton Age
Moton was born on July 26. However, the year of his birth is not yet known to us. We promise to let you know as soon as the details are available.
Kenneth Moton family
Kenneth thanked his family many times for the support they showed him through his education and career. However, he has not yet revealed the names of his parents and siblings. He has a brother and a sister. On August 25, 2018, Moton posted a photo with his brothers, wishing his brother happy birthday.
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Kenneth Moton Spouse Partner Husband
Openly gay, Moton married his old friend Brandon Jones on March 7, 2020. The two were married in a ceremony with friends and family who attended.
Moton is a co-founder of ABC News for the long-running night and early morning TV shows World News Now and America This Morning. He is also a correspondent for ABC News based in Washington, DC. In 2015, he became a member of the ABC News office as a multi-platform journalist covering breaking news and features on radio, television, digital and social media.
Prior to joining ABC, Kenneth worked as an outsourcing journalist at Philadelphia Station, WPVI. Moton landed on WPVi from WFTV in Orlando where he worked as a general assignment reporter.
Prior to joining WFTV, Moton spent two years at News 14 Carolina in Raleigh covering notable stories such as the Duke Lacrosse rape case. This was after starting his career in his hometown of South Carolina, working for WIS and WLTX as a journalist, editor and producer.
Kenneth Moton Net Worth
Moton has a net worth of approximately $ 100,000 to $ 250,000. His career as a news anchor and journalist is his main source of income.
Kenneth Moton salary
Moton currently receives an annual salary of $ 87,153. This number is calculated on average according to the annual salaries of ABC anchors / journalists.