Mike Moore is a 25 year professional multi-media veteran. His body of work can be seen, heard and felt across a broad media spectrum. Currently he can be heard on Atlanta’s CBS radio outlets V-103 and WAOK, delivering newscasts during the morning drive hours.
He has navigated his talents through the teaching space as a broadcast instructor at The Connecticut School of Broadcasting, where he currently teaches class. This provides a platform for him to give back and be instrumental in the careers of future journalists and media producers.
He has also served as Media Consultant in shaping, fine tuning and honing the presentation skills of politicians, professional athletes and sales and marketing executives for Stone Mountain Park.
His tenure as a Communications Specialist for Automotive Resources International (the world’s largest fleet management company) helped launch a program that provides fleet driver safety videos, brochures and articles for Georgia state fleet drivers. In fact the safety pamphlets found in the glove boxes of state agency owned vehicles, was created, developed and written by him.
He has over fifteen years of experience as a broadcast television news anchor and reporter at stations in Jacksonville, Florida, Phoenix, Arizona, Birmingham, Alabama and Atlanta, Georgia.
Aside from the visual presence, his voice is on websites, commercials, phone systems and television promos through his production company AV Talent Group LLC.: website www.micmoore.com
Part of the scam involved Jocelyn Gerstenlauer, the alleged cashier who cops said accepted the fake tender.
Martin Blackwell was found guilty of eight counts of aggravated battery and two counts of aggravated assault after refusing a plea deal the previous week.
Goldwyn talked to supporters and volunteers about how they can take action, with fewer than 100 days until Election Day, to put Hillary Clinton in the White House.
See and hear what Goldwyn had to say about why he supports Hillary Clinton and the message he conveyed to those in attendance.
The purpose of the hearing is to determine whether there’s enough evidence to send the case to trial.
One of the victims, the homeowner was hit several times on the face and head. A home healthcare worker was also hit and received staples in the back of her head.
The couple’s two children, 12 and 14, were downstairs, when the shots were fired.
The parties released a joint statement Monday saying the details of the settlement are confidential.
The women fought back, kicking and biting his hand as he tried covering her mouth, according to the incident report.
He was eventually taken into custody and charged with child molestation, aggravated child molestation, statutory rape, sexual battery, sodomy and incest.