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Kenneth Moton Biography

Kenneth Moton is an ABC News reporter. Prior to joining ABC News, he was a general assignment reporter at Philadelphia station WPVI, where Moton covered major stories such as Superstorm Sandy, the Amtrak train derailment and the Penn State child sex abuse scandal.

Before reporting for WPVI, he was a general assignment reporter at WFTV in Orlando, where he reported on a variety of local stories including exposing a local police chief who had used falsified college degrees to increase his paycheck, leading to the filing of criminal charges and his resignation.

Before Orlando, Kenneth spent two years at News 14 Carolina in Raleigh, where he covered the Duke Lacrosse rape case. Kenneth’s career began in his home state of South Carolina, where he worked for WIS and then WLTX as a reporter, editor, and producer.

Kenneth Moton Age

Kenneth Moton is an American journalist based in Washington, D.C. He is a correspondent at ABC News, covering national and international news.

Moton celebrates his birthday on July 26. He has shared his’s actual age in public. The details are still under review and it will be updated soon.

Kenneth Moton Family | Kenneth Moton Sisters | Kenneth Moton parent

Kenneth has One Brother and One Sister. He generally mentions his parents on social media platforms. Kenneth shares every blissful moment spent with his loved ones on his Instagram profile.

On 25 August 2018, he shared a picture with his siblings wishing his brother on his birthday. Kenneth shares every blissful moment spent with his loved ones on his Instagram profile.

He has not revealed the details of his family members names. We are still carrying on the research which we shall update soon.

Kenneth Moton Wife

Kenneth Moton has not married as of 2019. He is mostly focused on his journalism career. We are going to update you immediately when he will be involved with any kind of dating.

Kenneth Moton Salary | Kenneth Moton Net Worth

Kenneth Moton is an ABC News reporter. Prior to joining ABC News, he was a general assignment reporter at Philadelphia station WPVI.

Moton has an estimated salary of $98thousand dollars per year as of 2019. His estimated net worth as of 2019 is under review and it will be updated soon.

Kenneth Moton Career

After gaining proper media training, Kenneth started his broadcast journalism career in Columbia. He was an assignment editor and reporter at the CBS affiliate, WLTX-TV.

Subsequently, Moton worked as a video editor for WIS-TV and interned for former South Carolina Governor Jim Hodges.

Moton’s media career took a new height when he served as a general assignment reporter at WFTV in Orlando, Florida. After serving four years in Florida, Moton moved to Philadelphia and joined the 6ABC network in 2011.

Kenneth initiated his career at 6ABC as a reporter on Action News. His tremendous hard work and dedication made him one of the sought-after reporters.

After working at 6ABC for four years, Moton moved to ABC News in Washington, D.C. in 2015. Moton as of 2019 is serving as a news correspondent on ABC NewsOne. He was announced to be a multiplatform reporter alongside Bazi Kanani on ABC news.

He achieved tremendous applause covering a handful amount of big news. Kenneth reported about news on 24 September 2018 based on a 74-year old man, who was found in an apartment in Washington D.C five days after the apartment was caught by fire.

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Channel 6’s Kenneth Moton is trading in his “Action News” hat for a Nationals’ cap, as he’s headed to the nation’s capital.

“Kenneth Moton is following his dreams of being a network news correspondent, as he moves on to ABC NewsOne, in Washington, D.C.,” said an “Action News” spokesman.

“NewsOne provides news coverage for all of the ABC stations across the country, including WPVI. We will miss his passion and journalistic talents, but we’re thrilled to keep him in the ABC family. In fact, our viewers will still see Kenneth on 6ABC ‘Action News.’ ”

Moton follows Shirleen Allicot, who left 6ABC in May to start a new gig at sister station WABC-TV, in New York.

My source at “Action News” says there are no impending hires slated at this time.

“We know both Shirleen and Kenneth will continue to shine as they continue their career journeys in the ABC family,” he said.

Moton’s “Action News” team congratulated him with a giant cake last week reading, “Mr. Moton Goes to Washington.”

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Bazi Kanani and Kenneth Moton become multi-platform reporters for ABC News

DC Bureau Chief and Executive Producer of “This Week with George Stephanopoulos” Jonathan Greenberger sent the following note to the news division this morning announcing that Bazi Kanani and Kenneth Moton have become multi-platform reporters for ABC News.

I’m very pleased to announce that Bazi Kanani and Kenneth Moton will be joining the team, reporting on breaking stories, news of the day and features for all platforms, including television, radio, digital and social media.

Using immersive storytelling and the newest technology, they will draw on their years of domestic and international experience to create original content.

The multi-platform reporters complement our ongoing initiative to unify the D.C. Bureau around content-based teams instead of platform-specific teams.

Investing in these journalists will contribute to the incredibly well-sourced Global Affairs Team, Pennsylvania Avenue Team, Transportation/Regulation/Consumer Team, Justice Team and General Assignment Team.

Bazi Kanani is an experienced journalist whose reporting has taken her around the world. Bazi joined ABC News in 2011 as a digital journalist based in Nairobi, Kenya. While in Africa, Bazi covered the biggest stories on the continent.

From Mali, she reported on U.S. military assistance for the battle against Islamist extremists. Her reporting from Niger on a severe drought and hunger crisis was recognized with a 2013 Gracie Allen award.

In northern Uganda, she interviewed former child soldiers who escaped the forces of infamous warlord Joseph Kony.

Kenneth Moton joins us from our powerhouse Philadelphia station WPVI, where he was a general assignment reporter. Kenneth is a skilled reporter, producer, and editor.

As a reporter for WPVI, he covered major stories including Superstorm Sandy, the Amtrak train derailment and the Penn State child sex abuse scandal.

Before reporting for WPVI Kenneth was a general assignment reporter at WFTV in Orlando, where he reported on a variety of local stories including exposing a local police chief who had used falsified college degrees to increase his paycheck, leading to the filing of criminal charges and his resignation.

Before Orlando, Kenneth spent two years at News 14 Carolina in Raleigh, where he covered the Duke Lacrosse rape case. Kenneth’s career began in his home state of South Carolina, where he worked for WIS and then WLTX as a reporter, editor, and producer. Zachary Kiesch

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Moton Recent Articles

Surveillance video shows speeding car before hitting two children in Ohio

abc7news.com — ABC News reporter Kenneth Moton has the details. Ohio — A new effort to crack down on drivers speeding past school buses.

New surveillance video shows a car hitting two children as they got off their bus in Ohio.  the bus driver yelled.

RELATED: Fremont student killed in crash with an alleged drunk driver on Highway 17 It’s the video every parent, and every driver needs to see.

The shooter at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte kills two, injures four

yourerie.com — The lockdown is now lifted at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, where police say a gunman opened fire in a classroom on the last day of classes.

At least two people are dead and four others injured. This morning, a North Carolina community devastated following a deadly shooting on campus.

Jeff Baker, with the University of North Carolina at Charlotte Police, says, “I can’t tell you the sadness of the entire community to know that a situation like this has occurred on our campus.”

Two former frat brothers from Erie charged in Penn State hazing case

yourerie.com — More than two years after Timothy Piazza died during a night of heavy drinking at a Penn State fraternity party, a judge has handed down the first round of punishments, including jail time for several ex-fraternity brothers.

With heads hanging low, four former Penn State fraternity brothers walked into a Pennsylvania courtroom to face the judge for the hazing death of Piazza. Adopted from  ABC News

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