Kenneth Moton

Kenneth Moton

Kenneth Moton is an ABC News reporter. Before joining ABC News, Kenneth was a general assignment reporter at Philadelphia station WPVI, where 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.