Doug Mouton Biography

Doug Mouton directs sports coverage for WWL TV in New Orleans. From 2006 until 2012, when he was named Director of WWL-Sports TV, Mouton served as the bureau chief for the bureau of WWL-Northshore TV.

Doug Mouton Age

Mouton was reportedly born in the United States of America, while his precise birthday is unknown. His birth month and day are kept a secret.

Doug Mouton Education

He attended the University of New Orleans and Brother Martin High School before graduating.

Doug Mouton Wife -Married

Jamie, Mouton’s wife, and he are a happy couple.
Quentin and Emily are the two peoples’ happy offspring. On the Northshore, the family resides close to Mandeville.

Doug Mouton's photo
Doug Mouton’s photo

Mouton Salary

His salary is annually estimated to range from $40,000 – $ 110,500.

Mouton’s Net Worth

He receives a predicted net worth that ranges from $1 Million – $5 Million.

Doug Mouton WWL TV – Career

American journalist Mouton works at WWL TV in New Orleans as the sports director. From 2006 to 2012, Mouton served as the bureau chief for the bureau of WWL-Northshore TV before being elevated to the position of director of WWL-Sports TV. As a sportscaster intern for renowned Buddy Diliberto, he got his start in the industry. He has had positions at KEVN-TV in Rapid City, SD; KVHP-TV in Lake Charles; and WEAR-TV in Pensacola. Doug spent 11 years at New Orleans’ ABC-26 before beginning his employment with the WWL-Northshore TV Bureau in October 2006. Before being elevated to the position of Director of WWL-Sports TV, Mouton oversaw the bureau for WWL-Northshore TV from 2006 to 2012.
Only three individuals—Hap Glaudi, Jim Henderson, and Doug—have held the position at Channel 4 during the past 50 years. Doug has spent about 30 years working in the radio industry. He has twice been elected Louisiana Sportscaster of the Year and is currently the President of the New Orleans Press Club. To several organisations, Doug is constantly ready to provide his time and resources. He presents the Louisiana Special Olympics’ Over the Edge and the Queen of Queens beauty pageant each year for the Louisiana Association of Fairs and Festivals. He belongs to the Sports Committee of the Sugar Bowl. Mouton, a native of New Orleans, went to The university of New Orleans after completing his high school education at Brother Martin.
He worked as a sportscaster Buddy Diliberto’s intern when he first started out in the industry. Throughout his career, he worked for the television stations KEVN in Rapid City, South Dakota, KVHP in Lake Charles, and WEAR in Pensacola. Doug spent 11 years at New Orleans’ ABC-26 before joining the WWL-Northshore TV Bureau in October 2006. As a news anchor,  producer, reporter, and manager in the newsroom, Doug has worked as a full-time sports anchor and reporter. The Master’s Award was presented to him by the New Orleans Broadcasting Hall of Fame in 2005. His accomplishments include Best Sportscast, Best Newscast, and the Jim Metcalf Award for the Best Story of the Year, among other Press Club of New Orleans first-place prizes. He has also received 17 accolades.

Doug Mouton Twitter

His Twitter account is (@DMoutonWWL).

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