John Moroney joined NBC 10 Boston and necn in April 2004 as a general assignment reporter from WFSB TV-3, the CBS affiliate in Connecticut, where he was a general assignment reporter and the Chief Political Reporter for the station.
He is a seasoned and award-winning journalist, having more than two decades of broadcast and print experience. He has reported on a wide range of issues, including national presidential campaigns, the aftermath of Sept. 11, the Rhode Island Station nightclub fire, the Catholic Church crisis, same sex marriage in Massachusetts, the Big Dig and the Entwhistle murders.
John received his bachelor's degree from Northeastern University and master's degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, where he was awarded the John M. Patterson Prize for Nightly News.
Prior to joining NBC 10 Boston and necn, he worked as a reporter for WFSB TV-3 and NBC affiliate WWLP-TV 22 in Springfield, as well as an anchor and managing editor for the MediaOne cable news network.
John also worked for several years as a print reporter and editor for daily and weekly newspapers in Massachusetts. During his career, he has received several awards from the New England Press Association.
A native of Acton, Massachusetts, he lives in the Greater Boston area with his wife and two children.