Kenneth Moton Profile
Kenneth Moton is an American Anchor/Correspondent/Reporter known for his time working at ABC News in Washington DC-Baltimore Area where he served as a News Anchor/Correspondent. He joined ABC News in June 2015 and left the station in December 2022.
Kenneth Moton Age
Moton was born on July 26, 1981, in South Carolina, United States. He is therefore 43 years old as of 2022.
Kenneth Moton Height
Silva stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 7 inches tall.
Kenneth Moton Family
Moton was born and raised in South Carolina, United States to his loving and caring parents who he manages to keep information about away from the limelight. He was raised alongside his brother and sister who he manages to keep information about away from the limelight. The 25th of August 2018 saw him share a picture with his siblings wishing his brother a happy birthday.
Kenneth Moton Gay/Partner
Moton is openly gay and is married to his partner, Brandon Jones. the duo tied the knot of the 7th of March 2020. They shared their vows at the wedding attended by friends and family. He, however, manages to keep more information regarding his partner away from the limelight. We will update this information once more information is available to the public.
Kenneth Moton Salary
While working for ABC News, Moton earned an annual salary of about $87,155.
Kenneth Moton’s Net Worth
Moton has an estimated net worth of between $80,000 Million – $3 Million which he has earned through his successful career as an Anchor/Correspondent/Reporter.
Kenneth Moton Career
Moton was previously working with ABC News where he was serving the station as a News Anchor and a National Correspondent. He is now serving as the Senior Vice President of Actum in Washington, DC. He has undertaken this role since the month of December 2022 after leaving ABC News.
After high school, Moton attended the University of South Carolina. There, he obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism. Back in the month of October 2019, he was promoted to co-anchor of ABC’s World News Now and America This Morning. These shows are consistently the #1 rated early morning news programs.
Back in the month of May 2021, he was privileged to again be promoted to national correspondent based out of Washington, DC. From then on, he has covered a number of big stories. These include the Haitian migrant crisis in Del Rio, Texas, the 2020(2021) Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, and the trucker convoy protests in Ottawa, Canada.
Upon joining the ABC News team, his first assignment for the network was to find him back in his home state of South Carlina for the Charleston church massacre. While in Washington, he quickly jumped into covering national politics with regular assignments at the White House on Capitol Hill.
In his time working for ABC News, this 15-year veteran journalist also reported on the 2016 presidential campaign and election. Asides from this, he covered natural disasters which include Hurricane Harvey and the Las Vegas shooting massacre. Prior to Kenneth making his move to national, he spent more than a decade covering local news.
Between the years 2011 and 2015, he reported on countless big stories. This was while working for WPVI-TV in Philadelphia, PA. Among the stories, he covered there include the Penn State scandal, the Boston Marathon bombing, the Baltimore riots, the deadly Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia, and Superstorm Sandy.
Previously, he was also serving as a General Assignment Reporter for WFTV in Orlando, Florida. There, he worked aggressively for about four years in order to break stories in Central Florida. Asides from this, he covered dozens of big news and weather events. However, one of his biggest stories came in the year 2010 when he uncovered that a local police chief was using fake college degrees to get more money in his paycheck.
Kenneth’s reports led to the chief’s resignation and criminal charges. Kenneth is an Abbeville, South Carolina native who also worked in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina for News 14 Carolina, a 24/7 local news station owned by Time Warner Cable. He started his broadcast journalism career in Columbia, SC as an assignment
Through these reports, the chief resigned and faced criminal charges. The Abbeville, South Carolina native also worked in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina for News 14 Carolina. This is a 24/7 local news station owned by Time Warner Cable. He kick-started his broadcast journalism career in Columbia, South Carolina where he was serving as an assignment Editor and General Assignment Reporter for WLTX-TV. There, he worked between December 2002 and July 2005.
Kenneth Moton ABC
Moton was working at ABC News where he worked alongside other famous ABC News anchors and reporters including;
- David Muir
- Whit Johnson
- Amy Robach
- Mona Kosar Abdi
- Robin Roberts (newscaster)
- Lara Spencer
- Ginger Zee
- Rob Marciano
- Andrew Dymburt
- Linsey Davis
- T. J. Holmes