Lionel Moise is co-anchor of the CBS 2 Chicago weekday morning news with Erin Kennedy.
Moise comes to CBS 2 Chicago from WLTX – News 19 in Columbia, South Carolina, where he has co-anchored weekday morning newscasts for the CBS affiliate since August 2012. He has been credited with enterprising the Online News Minute, Random Acts of Kindness and Lionel’s Tech Tips, which became regular segments on the station. Last year, Governor Nikki Haley declared August 19 as Random Acts of Kindness Day in South Carolina as a result of the impact his reports made in Columbia.
During the past year, Moise has also served as an adjunct professor in visual storytelling at the University of South Carolina and completed his MBA at USC in June of this year.
Previously, Moise spent two years with WXIA-TV, in Atlanta, where he served as a reporter and producer for the station’s 6, 10 and 11p.m. news broadcasts as well as weekend newscasts. Moise won two Emmy Awards for his work at WXIA.
Moise earned an undergraduate degree in broadcast journalism and psychology from the University of Miami. He is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity.
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