San Francisco Nexstar owned station KRON has named its studio after veteran evening anchor Pam Moore.
Moore announced her plans to retire earlier this month. She anchored the KRON4 News from March 1991 until her retirement on June 29.
“We want all who enter the KRON4 studio to be reminded of the journalistic principles that Pam has exemplified throughout her career and to be inspired by the legacy that is Pam Moore.” said KRON news director Josh Palefsky.
The words represented on the tribute sign are all personal descriptions of those she shared the newsroom with.
“I am overwhelmed often to tears by the emails, posts, and messages of all kinds which have been shared as I wind down my tenure on the KRON4 News anchor desk,” said Moore. “I just cannot seem to fully express my gratitude for so many blessings here. To the viewers, the community folks, my co-workers past and present, my heart is full. It has been a privilege to be a part of your lives, and I am honored you have been a part of mine.”
As part of her retirement, More also had June 29, 2023 proclaimed as Pam Moore Day in San Francisco and Moore also received a proclamation honoring her service from Oakland City Mayor, Sheng Thao.