Lionel Moise, news co-anchor, CBS 2, Chicago
Here is a picture of Lionel Moise who is a news co-anchor at WBBM-TV/CBS 2 in Chicago
The Chicago based CBS owned WBBM-TV/CBS 2 television channel has announced the name of Lionel Moise as the co-anchor for weekday morning news, beginning Monday, September 21. Moise will join Erin Kennedy behind the anchor desk. This would be his first appointment in Chicago. Service has always been a central part of Lionel's life. Earlier, he has worked at WLTX - News 19 in Columbia, South Carolina, with similar responsibility of a morning newsreader. He was a reporter/producer at WXIA in Atlanta, GA. In Atlanta he started through Gannett's Talent Development Program. Prior to joining his news career, Lionel worked with President Clinton's Haiti Team. His Haitian-American root involved him on the development work following the 2010 earthquake. This insightful and energetic broadcaster has also served as an adjunct professor in visual storytelling at the University of South Carolina and completed his MBA at USC in June this year, earned an undergraduate degree in broadcast journalism and psychology. Moise is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity and won two Emmy Awards for his work at WXIA.