Lauren Moss career adventure began in January 2009 with UTV Media as a Broadcast Journalist and Breakfast Show Co-Host. She represented Wire FM, Wish FM, Tower FM, and Juice FM for more than three years. Lauren’s remuneration is likely higher in the hierarchy because she has over seven years of experience at the media organization. Lauren Moss is a journalist from the United Kingdom. She is the current LGBT & Identity Correspondent for BBC News. She was previously the correspondent for Home Affairs, Politics, and Health. Then, in April 2012, he joined Bauer Media Group as a Senior Broadcast Journalist and Bulletin Editor, where he stayed until September 2015.
From 6 a.m. until 1 p.m., she was Radio City’s Breakfast Journalist. She’s also been on Radio City 2, City Talk 105.9, and Absolute Radio in the past. Lauren then worked as a broadcast journalist for the BBC (BBC South East Today). She was the Education and Social Affairs Correspondent after working there for nearly two years (2017-2019). She has also worked at BBC South East as the UK Health Correspondent (2019-2020) and Political Editor (2019-2021). In September 2021, she joined the BBC London news team as a Home Affairs Correspondent.
The average annual salary of BBC journalists is £38,502. The amount, however, varies between £15 and £72 thousand.
She keeps a very low profile on social media when it comes to her personal life. Due to this, her marital status is hidden.