Anchor for ABC 7 Ken Rosato was ‘immediately dismissed’ for making a hot mic comment.

Who is Ken Rosata

An American journalist named Ken Rosato. After graduating from Regis High School in New York City, he attended New York University to earn a bachelor’s degree in film, television, and radio. He graduated with a master’s in Spanish and Italian after completing his undergraduate studies.

Just as “GMA3” is formally clearing its name of co-anchors Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes’ scandalous romance, another scandal is rocking one of the network’s premier local news programmes.
According to Page Six’s exclusive report, Ken Rosato, a longtime anchor of “Eyewitness News This Morning” on New York’s WABC 7, was fired after allegedly making an offensive remark.

Rosato is said to have said the statement while Rosato was off the air, but an insider told us that his comment was heard “on an open mic” and that it was “immediately let go.”Rosato’s comment and the precise time it was made are uncertain.

Another report says

A different report only said he was “fired for cause immediately.”Rosato’s coworkers were informed of her termination on Friday. According to reports, his co-anchors were called in “one at a time” for a discussion about it, but management refused to divulge what he said.
Although our informant is unsure of what he said, he hypothesised that it might have been a “racial slur.”
Rosato’s spokesperson vehemently refuted that, saying: “Being dismissed for any racist insult is 100% false and untrue. At WABC, Ken Rosato set a standard of 20 years of support for all forms of equality.
The general manager of the station informed staff members via email on Friday that Rosato “is no longer with WABC.”
“We thank him for his years of service,” they stated in their letter.
Rosato began working as a freelance reporter for “Eyewitness News” in 2003, and in 2007 she was given the opportunity to become the morning and noon anchor. He served as the co-anchor of “This Morning” alongside Shirleen Allicot, Heather O’Rourke, and Sam Champion.
The company’s website has been cleaned of the former anchor’s bio. On May 2, he ceased tweeting from the anchor desk every day.

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