Madison Carter Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, WXIA
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Madison Carter Biography
Madison Carter is a well-known American journalist currently serving as a news reporter at the Atticus team with 11Alive WXIA in Atlanta, Georgia. In April 2021, She joined the station. Before joining WXIA, Carter served at WKBW located in Buffalo, New York as an active investigative reporter and news anchor.
Madison Carter Age
Madison Carter was born in Northern Virginia, United States of America, in 1995. She is 27 years old.
Madison Carter Height
Carter stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approx. 1.65 m).
Madison Carter Family
Madison Carter was born and raised in Northern Virginia by her loving and dedicated parents. She lost her younger sister to type 1 diabetes, which made her serve widely to bring awareness to the disease. However, Madison has not disclosed to light many details about her parents and siblings. We will update you on this section regarding her family members as soon as we have clear information.
Madison Carter Education
Madison graduated from the University of Syracuse with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and Policy Studies in 2016.
Madison Carter Husband
She is happily married to her handsome husband whose name is not revealed to the media. Though Madison has managed to keep her private life away from the public dominion, thus, it’s not known when they exchanged their wedding vows. During her leisure time, She enjoys hiking, as well as napping and bringing the D.C. brunch experience to wherever she resides.
Madison Carter Salary
Madison Carter Net Worth
Carter’s estimated net worth is $1 million -$5 million.
Madison Carter Career
Currently, She serves as a reporter at WXIA located in Atlanta, Georgia. In April 2021, She joined the station. Prior to joining WXIA, Carter served as a news anchor and active investigative reporter at WKBW in Buffalo, New York. Madison joined the 7 Eyewitness News team in July 2018 as a Multimedia Journalist. As an investigative reporter, Carter aimed to display, political accountability, corruption, and racism.
After college, She started to work as an MMJ at WVIR-TV based in Charlottesville, Virginia and she was later promoted to become the Morning Anchor. While in Charlottesville, in August 2017, She covered widely the aftermath of the deadly white nationalist rallies that shook the city. Carter for investigative reports into parole in the criminal justice system and Commonwealth won two Virginias Associated Press awards.