Pam Moore Biography
Pam Moore is an American multi-award-winning anchor and reporter working at KRON4 serving as the anchor of the evening newscasts as well as special reports. She joined KRON4 in March 1991.
Pam Moore Age
Moore was born on July 19, 1954, in Detroit, Michigan, USA. She is therefore 68 years old as of 2022.
Pam Moore Height
Moore stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 5 inches tall.
Pam Moore Family
Moore has managed to keep her personal life away from the limelight hence she has not disclosed any information about her parents. It is also not known if Moore has any siblings.
Pam Moore Husband
Moore was previously married to her ex-husband, Frankie Beverly who is an RnB singer for quite a long time before divorcing. During the time of their marriage, the two were blessed with a son called Anthony Beverly who is working as a professional drummer.
Pam Moore’s Net Worth
Moore has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million-$5 Million which she has earned through her successful career as an anchor and reporter.
Pam Moore Salary
Moore earns an annual salary ranging from $ 45,000 – $ 110,500.
Pam Moore Career
Moore serves as the anchor of the evening newscasts as well as special reports at KRON4. Prior to these roles at KRON4, she served as a medical reporter and host of a special segment called “4 Your Health” and “Health Matters”. On joining KRON4, she started off by serving as a general assignment reporter and anchor. During her tenure at KRON4, she was nominated for an Emmy Award for her special segment called “Selma to Ferguson” and was also inducted into the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Silver Circle. In addition to that, she was also recognized by the Society of Professional Journalism, NorCal for most of her career achievements.
Prior to joining KRON4, she worked at WBZ-TV in Boston where she served as a general assignment reporter and anchor from 1989 till her departure in 1991. Prior to her tenure at WBZ-TV, she worked at KCBS-TV in Los Angeles where she served as a general assignment reporter. She started her journalism career in Detroit at WJLB Radio where she served as a news reporter. Furthermore, she also spent some time working at stations in Dallas and Louisville.
Moore is also an active volunteer at the East Oakland Youth Development Center. She is also the founding board member of a foundation that financially and psychologically helps women who are diagnosed with breast cancer called “Friends of Faith.” She went to the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where she attained her degree in Radio/Television and Film.
Pam Moore Honors and Awards
Moore has also won several awards since she started her journalism career. She won a prestigious George Foster Peabody Award, Best Documentary Award, and top recognition from the Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame. In addition to that, The Northern California Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists honored her In-Depth Reporting Award. Moore was also nominated for two Northern California Emmy awards for “The Brain” and “Diets Don’t Work.” California State University awarded her the California Journalism Award for her series called “Who Owns Your Health.” In 2001, she received an Associated Press Television-Radio Association award for her series called “Mercury Rising.” The Bay Area Black Journalists Association also honored her commitment to journalism in 2009.
Moore is also an active member of the Bay Area Black Journalists Association and previously worked alongside the members of the Black Journalists Association of Southern California. She is also very active when it comes to helping out in the community. Due to her activeness in lending a helping hand, she has received a ton of awards including the Vanguard supporter award in 2018 from the East Oakland Youth Development Center. She was also honored in February 2009 by the United Negro College Fund.
She was previously recognized by the Big Sisters Association in 1989. Moore also won the Bay Area Black Media Coalition’s Beverly Ann Johnson Media Award in 1994, the 1996 Wiley Manuel Law Foundation Award, and the 1995 Distinguished Community Service Award. In 1997, she received the African American Advocates and the San Francisco NAACP Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Civil Rights Award in 1998.
Pam Moore Obituary
Moore is very much alive and healthy as of October 2022. She is working at KRON4 serving as the anchor of the evening newscasts as well as special reports. She joined KRON4 in March 1991.
Pam Moore KRON4
Moore is working at KRON4 where she works alongside other famous KRON4 meteorologists, anchors, and reporters including;
- Noelle Bellow
- Catherine Heenan
- Stephanie Lin
- Dan Thorn
- Lawrence Karnow
- John Shrable
- Mabrisa Rodriguez
- Dave Spahr
- Rob Black
- Camila Barco
- Philippe Djegal
- Terisa Estacio
- Gayle Ong
- Sara Stinson
- Will Tran
Pam Moore Social Media Platforms
She is active on her social media accounts and is often seen posting on her Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. She has over 4.5k followers on Facebook.