Congratulations to client Kaitor Kay on making the jump to a top-20 market and joining WKYC (NBC) in Cleveland, OH as a News Anchor/Reporter. Kaitor will anchor the Sunday Morning newscast and report during the week.

Kaitor spent the previous two years at KFOR (NBC ) in Oklahoma City as a Weekday Evening Anchor/Reporter. An award-winning Investigative Reporter, Kaitor’s 8-part series on an apartment complex in Oklahoma City led to management fixing its massive heating problem.

Prior to making the move to Oklahoma City, Kaitor worked as the Weekend Evening Anchor/Reporter at WANE (CBS) in Fort Wayne, IN. Kaitor‘s investigative work on “Disturbing Discovery” won a 2020 Emmy Award in the category of Best Societal Concerns Series. Kaitor‘s stories focused on an Indiana doctor who kept more than 2,000 aborted fetal remains inside his home. Kaitor won a 2020 Edward R. Murrow Regional Award for his story on football player Johnny Bright. The former Drake star overcame racism which led to face masks being required in college football.

Kaitor’s move to WKYC is a return to his home state. Kaitor earned a degree in Psychology at Ohio State University, but he always had a passion for journalism. After graduating from OSU, Kaitor continued his education at Ohio University where he earned his M.S. degree in Journalism. While at Ohio University, Kaitor worked for two years as a reporter, anchor and producer for Newswatch, a 30 minute live newscast that airs on PBS.

Kaitor was born and raised in Cincinnati, OH and his parents are from Sierra Leone. His first name means “learn and see.” #TeamCBK

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.