Art Moore’s Retirement From ABC After 53 Years: “and I’m only 42, so it’s amazing”

Moore joked, ''And I’m only 42, so it’s amazing'' on “Live with Kelly and Mark” show.

New York: Art Moore, the longtime WABC-TV New York vice president of programming who has also been a primary foundation on “Live with Kelly and Mark” for decades, is retiring and will officially depart in September.

During the Season 36 “Live with Kelly and Mark” emotional episode, Moore announced his retirement from ABC after 53 years.

In an interview with Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos, when Consuelos said, “53 years with the ABC family!” as a reply, Moore joked, “and I’m only 42, so it’s amazing.”

 
 
 
 
 
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The executive, Art Moore, has been with the nationally syndicated program “Live with Kelly and Marksince its launch in 1983 as The Morning Show.

As the Vice President (VP) in charge of programming at WABC, he supervises all non-news local programming, helps evaluate content and talent for new shows, develops long-range strategy, and arranges syndicated shows, movies, and special projects.

Moore has won two New York Emmy awards for his exceptional work. He is a mastermind, creative, and capable of handling any production challenge.

His sharp wit about what the audience wants is unparalleled in daytime television.

Art graduated from Ithaca College with a theater degree and a minor in television and radio.

He is the Uncle and godfather of actor, producer, and director David Boreanaz and Uncle-in-law of Jaime Bergman.

He is married but likes to keep details of his personal life private, which is his choice, and we need to respect his choice of living.

In Case You Didn’t Know

  • Art Moore has been part of the ABC family for 53 years, beginning at WKBW-TV in Buffalo when ABC was known as Capital Cities/ABC. Then, he worked as the director of programming at WPVI in Philadelphia for several years before joining WABC in 1989.
  • He has established the Art Moore ’66 Scholarship, which supports students in IC’s executive-style communications master’s program.
  • He also contributes to the Big Apple Award (a reservoir of funding for students).

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