Shomari Stone to Join WTTG in Washington, D.C.

By Kevin Eck 

Former CNBC correspondent Shomari Stone will join Fox owned Washington. D.C. station WTTG as a reporter and anchor.

“I’ve always respected Shomari’s skills as a reporter for our competition, but now he’s finally where I always envisioned him, on our team! He has already earned the viewers’ trust through his years dedicated to helping the DMV community, holding local leaders accountable, and breaking impactful stories,” said vice president and news director, Paul McGonagle.

Stone was a correspondent for The News with Shepard Smith based at CNBC’s Washington, D.C. bureau. Before that, he spent over ten years as a general assignment reporter for WRC in Washington, D.C. He’s also worked as a reporter for KOMO in Seattle, CBS in Miami, and WINK in Fort Myers, Fla.


“The DMV is my home. Growing up, I spent summers here with my father and even graduated from St. John’s College High School,” said Stone. “It is an honor to join this great team where I can bring viewers closer to the news stories by making my reports memorable, interesting, and informative.”

He starts on May 1 and will report and anchor for various evening newscasts.