Wess Moore Biography
This is what you need to know about Wess Moore, an American News Journalist currently working at FOX 16 as a Sports Director. He joined the station in February 2013. He also has been covering sports in Arkansas for two decades.
Wess Moore Age
Wess Moore was born on 15 October 1978, in Takoma Park, Maryland, United States. He is 44 years old as of 2022.
Wess Moore Height
Moore stands approximately at a moderate height of 5 feet 9 inches tall.
Wess Moore Family
Moore is a husband to Alyson and a father of two. He has not disclosed about her parents or sibling however, this information will be updated.
Wess Moore Education
He graduated from Texas State University.
Wess Moore Wife
Moore is happily married to his wife Alyson. The couple first met at the Marshall bureau for a Shreveport TV station. The couple is blessed with two adorable daughters, Berkeley and Brooklyn. The family resides in Little Rock and enjoys attending sporting activities around the state.
Wess Moore Salary
Wess Moore receives an average annual salary of between $ 48,480 – $ 110,500 per year.
Wess Moore’s Net Worth
Moore has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million -$5 Million.
Wess Moore Career
Moore started his career as a news reporter in Ada, Oklahoma in 1994. He later returned to his East Texas roots as a reporter in the Marshall bureau for a Shreveport TV station. He was later promoted to the weekend news anchor and morning news anchor
In addition, he also co-hosts “The Zone” on 103.7 The Buzz. The show also airs on Monday through Friday from 10 to 1. Wess grew up playing baseball, basketball, and golf, as well as football. Nowadays, his passion is golf.
He has also received multiple awards for news and sports reporting throughout his career. He was recently awarded as also nominated for a Regional Emmy for a story about the near-death encounter of current Razorback Jeremey Ward.
He also won as two times the sports reporter of the year from the readers of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. He was also a winner of the National Sports Media Association Arkansas Broadcaster of the year in 2016.
He has also covered PGA Tour activities, NFL, NBA games, MLB, NCAA Tournament games, bowl games, the Super Bowl, and the College World Series in Omaha, and he can’t wait to cover his first BCS National Championship Game.