Ken Rosato
Ken Rosato is anchor of Channel 7's top-rated Eyewitness News This Morning.

Ken joined the Eyewitness News Team as a freelance reporter in 2003. He came to WABC-TV from New York's WNYW-TV, where he was a reporter and anchored the morning and midday news. Before that he worked as a news anchor and reporter at WFOR-TV in Miami/Fort Lauderdale, where he covered the 2000 Presidential election vote-count stalemate and the year-long Elian Gonzales standoff. While there, he was nominated for a Suncoast Emmy Award.

Earlier, Ken worked as an anchor for WETM-TV in Elmira/Binghamton, NY where he was honored with a New York State Associated Press Award. He also worked as News Director and anchor at Long Island's WLNY-TV and regularly appeared as a commentator on WLIW-TV's "21 Edition." On radio, Ken anchored the news on the nation's premiere all-news radio station, 1010 WINS and was News Director and main anchor at Long Island's WBLI-FM.

Ken received his BFA in Television and Radio from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, and his MA in languages - he speaks five fluently, including Spanish and Italian. He is a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, and has been honored five times with the New York Emmy Award.

A native of New Rochelle, NY, Ken now makes his home in New Jersey, where he was named 2008 Man of the Year.