Tuesday Morning Man: DeMarco Morgan!
DeMarco Morgan joined KCBS in Los Angeles last April.
He is a very impressive man – and quite fit!
Morgan has been a CBS News correspondent since fall 2015. He shifted to Los Angeles after more than three years working for the network out of New York. He joined CBS News from WXIA Atlanta, where he was a reporter and co-anchor. Prior to that, Morgan was weekend anchor at WNBC New York and was cut-in anchor for MSNBC. He’s also worked at WTVJ Miami, WISN Milwaukee and WJTV Jackson (MS).
He has been honored with several awards, including the 2009 Thurgood Marshall Prestige Award for his community service efforts while working at WNBC; the Atlanta Business League’s “Men of Influence” Award in 2012. He was named one of the nation’s Top Ten Collegiate Journalists in the country in 2001 by Scripps Howard and named one of Ebony Magazine’s Top 30 Future Young Leaders of America in 2006. Morgan was also named one of South Florida Magazine’s top 40 most influential black professionals in 2008.
Morgan graduated from Jackson State University, where he received a Bachelor of Science in liberal arts. He also earned a Master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University. While at Columbia University, Morgan was a Fred Friendly Scholar and interned at CBS News and 48 HOURS.