Where Is Kendis Gibson Now?

September 25, 2023

Veteran news anchor Kendis Gibson, who was last employed by MSNBC, is moving on to a new job. The broadcaster is taking up a position at CBS’ Miami station, WFOR, where he will be in charge of the morning and noon newscasts.

Gibson joined MSNBC in 2019 as a weekend anchor, part of a bid by the NBCUniversal-owned cable-news outlet to feature more live programming on weekends, which were previously filled with repeats of the jail documentary series “Lockup.” In recent weeks, however, the network has started to air reruns of streaming opinion programs led by Zerlina Maxwell and Mehdi Hasan in its early weekend hours.

During his time at MSNBC, Gibson was known for busting a move or two on the set and earning himself a loyal following of fans. His colleagues even compiled a montage of his best moves before he announced his departure from the network.

Besides his time at MSNBC, the Emmy award-winning journalist has a long list of reporting experience under his belt. He started out his career in local television with a Rochester, NY-based NBC station before moving to Philadelphia’s WTXF. He was the first network correspondent at the 2015 Santa Barbara oil spill and has also covered stories like the FIFA soccer controversy in Switzerland and the shooting of an unarmed black man by a white police officer in South Carolina.

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