Pam Moore Biography
Pam Moore is an American journalist serving as an anchor for KR0N 4’s evening newscasts. She produces special reports as well. Moore started working for KRON 4 in March 1991 as a general assignment reporter and anchor. Prior to working at KRON 4, Moore was an anchor and general assignment reporter at Boston’s WBZ-TV. She had previously worked as a general assignment reporter at Los Angeles’ KCBS-TV.
Pam Moore Age
Moore was born in July 1954 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. She is 68 years old as of 2022. It is however not known when she celebrates her birthday. We will keep you posted.
Pam Moore Height
Moore stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches and has a weight about of 65kgs.
Pam Moore Family
Moore is originally from Detroit, Michigan. She has however not disclosed information about her family, parents, and siblings. She does not find this information necessarily useful to the public. We will keep you posted should this information be available.
Pam Moore Husband
Moore is currently single however she was previously in a long-term relationship with her boyfriend, Frankie Beverly. Frankies was a popular R$B singer who rose to fame in 1976. They together have a son called Antony.
Pam Moore Career
At Detroit’s WJLB Radio, Moore started her broadcasting career as a news reporter. Additionally, she has experience in broadcast news from Louisville and Dallas. Early on at KRON, she was tasked with covering medical stories for “4 Your Health” segments and serving as the host of the half-hour health awareness show “Health Matters.”
For the “Selma to Ferguson” program, Moore received an Emmy nomination. She was also recognized for her career accomplishments by the Society of Professional Journalism, NorCal, and elected into the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Silver Circle in recognition of her major contribution to Northern California television.
Additionally, Moore received numerous honors for her work on the five-part news series “About Race” on KRON 4, including the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award, the Pew Center Batten Prize for Civic Journalism, the In-Depth Reporting Award from the Northern California Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, the highest accolades from the Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame, and the Best Documentary Award from the California Associated Press Television Radio Association.
In addition, Moore has received a variety of accolades in addition to those for “About Race.” She received two Northern California Emmy nominations in 1997 for her medical documentaries “Diets Don’t Work” and “The Brain.” For the ten-part news series on HMOs, “Who Owns Your Health,” Moore won the California Journalism Award from California State University, Sacramento in the category of Television Special Feature/Enterprise Reporting in February 2000.
She was honored with a Northern California Emmy Award in May 2000 for “Who Owns Your Health.” For “Mercury Rising,” Moore won the 2001 Associated Press Television-Radio Association award for best investigative reporting. Additionally, in 2001, she won the Outstanding Journalism Award for the California Chapter of the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill and received an Emmy Award nomination for her series “Don’t Call Me Crazy.” Moore was also honored with a Pubby in 2005 for Best Bay Area Anchor by the San Francisco Bay Area Publicity Club. The Bay Area Black Journalists Association honored Moore for her dedication to journalism in 2009.
The former vice president for broadcast for the National Association of Black Journalists, Moore is a member of the Bay Area Black Journalists Association and has previously worked with the Black Journalists Association of Southern California. Many honors have been bestowed upon her for her civic contribution. In recognition of her years of volunteer work with the summer program and the college scholarship endowed in her honor at the East Oakland Youth Development Center, she was given the Vanguard Supporter Award in September 2018. Moore received a commendation from the United Negro College Fund in February 2009 for her continuous assistance.
She received recognition from the Big Sisters Association, an organization with which she participated for almost 10 years in a number of cities, in 1989. Additionally, Moore won the Beverly Ann Johnson Media Award from the Bay Area Black Media Coalition in 1994, the YMCA of the East Bay’s Distinguished Community Service Award in 1995, and the Wiley Manuel Law Foundation Award for Outstanding Community Service in 1996. For her efforts in mentoring a kid at an Oakland public school, she received a prize from the African American Advocates in 1997.
Pam Moore Salary
Moore receives an average salary of $ 95,000 annually.
Pam Moore’s Net Worth
Moore has an estimated net worth of $1 million. Her primary source of income is her job as a KRON 4 News correspondent.
Pam Moore’s Social Media Accounts
Moore is active on social media and she posts personal and work-related stuff from time to time. She has over 2000 followers on Instagram, 1500 on Facebook, and 2300 on Twitter.