Morris W. O’Kelly (Mo’Kelly) is a radio and television commentator specializing in politics and current affairs. Presently, he is heard weekends as host of “The Mo’Kelly Show” on the #1 news/talk station in America, KFI AM640 in Los Angeles and iHeartRadio. Additionally, he is a featured commentator regarding American affairs for BBC Radio and Sundays from 8-8:30pm on Southern California Live on AM1150 in Los Angeles.
If that weren’t enough, you can frequently find him as a regular analyst for FOX 11’s Studio LA.
Complementing his on-air work is his column “The Mo’Kelly Report,” which ranges from politics to popular culture and the vastness in between the two. Prior to forging his own media brand, O’Kelly helped guide the radio careers of entertainment personalities Jim Rome, Ryan Seacrest and Tavis Smiley. O’Kelly’s work has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, The Huffington Post, CNN, MSNBC, Good Morning America and hundreds of other news and entertainment outlets.
(Be sure to check out the photo gallery for Mo’s Moments in the Business HERE)
Los Angeles Times editorial – ‘More Important Issues in Tupac Shakur’s Death Than Label’s Success‘
The New York Times editorial – ‘No Cure for Racism; Treat the Symptoms’
— john vause (@vausecnn) September 8, 2016
In all 3 minutes of his free time, he practices and instructs the Korean martial art of Hapkido, where he is a 4th degree black belt.