Ken Rosato named Eyewitness News morning co-anchor
(New York - WABC, July 6, 2007) (WABC) -- Reporter Ken Rosato has been named new Eyewitness News morning co-anchor.
"After a careful search and evaluation, I am pleased to announce that Ken Rosato will be joining Lori Stokes and Bill Evans on Eyewitness News This Morning and Eyewitness News at Noon. Ken has been a familiar face on the morning show for almost 4 years as a general assignment reporter," News Director and WABC-TV Vice President Kenny Plotnik said.
Ken joined Channel 7 in December of 2003 as a freelance reporter after spending a year at FOX-5 where he was the morning and midday anchor and a reporter. He also spent five years as an anchor and reporter at WFOR-TV, the CBS-owned station in Miami/Fort Lauderdale.
Ken began his TV career at WLNY-TV on Long Island and then WETM-TV, the NBC affiliate in Elmira/Binghamton, NY as an anchor.
Ken also worked as an anchor at all-news radio station, 1010- WINS, and spent eight years as news director and main anchor at Long Island's WBLI-FM.
The New Rochelle native received his BFA in TV and Radio from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, and his Masters in languages - he speaks five fluently including Spanish and Italian.
Ken will assume his spot on the morning anchor desk beginning Monday, July 9th.
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