Layron Livingston – Emmy Award-Winning Journalist and Anchor
Layron Livingston joined WPLG Local 10 News’ weekend morning co-anchor team as of January 2016 after reporting and anchoring at Dayton’s number one news channel WHIO-TV.
He made an immediate impact at Local 10, going live his first day and interviewing presidential candidates as well as providing team coverage of the tragic Pulse club shooting in Orlando.
Early Life and Education
Layron was born in the United States and shares an amicable relationship with both of his parents. Married, Layron has managed to keep his personal life under wraps; neither his marriage nor its details have ever made public. Additionally, he remains silent regarding information related to either parent or sibling relationships.
Prior to joining WPLG 10 News in Florida, he served as reporter and anchor at WHIO news in Ohio. In 2014 he received an Emmy nomination for his report on heroin and prescription drug issues that affected residents in Southwest Ohio.
He participated in an off-Broadway production of Neil LaBute’s In a Dark, Dark House and in his free time can often be found singing to the top of his lungs – his height and weight being average.
Layron Livingston currently works for WPLG Local 10 News as both a reporter and anchor. He co-anchors weekend morning newscasts alongside Neki Mohan since joining in January 2016; covering incredible stories along the way.
His previous roles included anchor and reporter at WHIO-TV Dayton in Ohio where his coverage of heroin and prescription drug epidemic in Southwest Ohio earned an Emmy nomination in 2014. Additionally, he worked at KLTV Tyler Texas.
Layron is married and prefers to keep his personal life private, not disclosing details about his spouse until the time comes. They reside in Miami, Florida together with three rescue dogs that they adopted together.
Achievement and Honors
Layron hit the ground running as soon as he arrived at Local 10, going live on his first day and interviewing presidential hopefuls. Additionally, he helped provide team coverage of Orlando’s Pulse club shooting – all within his first half year on staff at Local 10.
Since joining Local 10 News, he has reported and anchored for WHIO TV in Dayton, Ohio – reporting on heroin and prescription drug epidemics received him an Emmy nomination.
He is a singer-songwriter with an extensive repertoire that delights audiences at each performance. Additionally, he offers stage performance lessons to younger musicians – passing down his knowledge to future musicians as well as using storytelling to bring audiences close. From upbeat ballads to dramatic tales told while flying an airplane or riding his motorcycle as transport, his talent makes for unforgettable storytelling sessions!
Layron Livingston is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and anchor currently working at WPLG Local 10 news, co-anchoring weekend morning newscasts alongside Neki Mohan. Since joining in January 2016 as co-anchor with Neki, Layron has co-announced weekend morning shows alongside Neki. Prior to that he worked at Dayton’s WHIO-TV news station WHIO-TV where he anchored, reported and produced news before anchoring, producing, photographing news at KLTV in Tyler Texas as an anchor/anchor/photographer before moving onto WPLG Local 10.
Livingston is a dedicated sports fan who relishes watching and playing basketball during his free time. Additionally, he values family life immensely and spends most of his free time with his wife, children, and their four-legged companions.
Livingston is a private individual who prefers to keep his personal life out of the spotlight. Therefore, no information regarding his parents and other family members are readily available – however it is speculated that he is happily married.
Layron Livingston has amassed an impressive net worth through his success as a journalist, earning an annual salary working for WPLG Local 10 news in Miami Florida.
JJ joined WPLG in January 2016, serving as weekend morning co-anchor on their 5 and 9 a.m. newscasts alongside Neki Mohan. From Day 1, JJ was live, interviewing presidential candidates and providing coverage of Pulse nightclub shooting all within six months – an outstanding start at Local 10 News.
This journalist is an introspective individual, yet has shared little about his personal life with the public. It’s unclear if he’s married or has children; however, he appears healthy with an average height.