Mark Zinni Biography
Mark Zinni is a well-known American Journalist. Since October 2014 Mark has been serving at WFSB-TV in Hartford, Connecticut, United States as a 5, 6, and 11 PM Anchor. Throughout his over twenty-four years of journalism career, he has been awarded some awards.
Mark Zinni Age
Mark Zinni was born in Cleveland, Ohio and his age is unknown because he has not revealed his year, month, and date of birth.
Mark Zinni Height
Zinni stands at a moderate stature though he has not babbled his exact height.
Mark Zinni Family
He was born and nurtured by his supportive and hardworking parents in Cleveland, Ohio. Mark is not only a renowned journalist but also a mysterious person who keeps a low profile when it comes to his family and he has not mentioned any details regarding his siblings and parents therefore these details will be updated as soon as Mark agrees to share them with the limelight.
Mark Zinni Husband
Mark is openly gay and he is happily hitched to his handsome husband whose identity is unknown to the public. In 2014 after his treatment and surgery at the Cleveland Clinic, he relocated with his husband to his husband’s hometown, New England. The adorable duo owns a pet dog named Ellie. Presently Mark and his loving husband reside happily together in Old Saybrook.
Mark Zinni Education
He joined St. Bonaventure University in 1994 and he attained a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism & Mass Communication in 1998.
Mark Zinni Salary
He receives an annual salary of between $40, 000 to $110, 000 and this is according to WFSB-TV 5, 6, and 11 PM Anchors’ salaries.
Mark Zinni’s Net Worth
Mark has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars and his career at WFSB-TV as a 5, 6, and 11 PM Anchor is the main source of his income.
Mark Zinni Career
Since October 2014 Mark has been serving at WFSB-TV in Hartford, Connecticut, United States as a 5, 6, and 11 PM Anchor. Throughout his over twenty-four years of journalism career, he has been awarded some awards. Mark became interested in the news when he was young in Cleveland, Ohio and it was clear to his parents that he was interested in news.
Mark used to sit and watch CNN after they got cable TV in the 1980s and he was obsessed with everything from how the news was gathered to how it was delivered. When he served in Cleveland, he met a special boy whom he always remembers. The boy was named Dylan and he was 12 years of age and was diagnosed with a rare cancer.
Dylan was a big fan of wrestling and he desired to meet John Cena. Mark and Dylan’s family made it happen at a local hospital after a few phone calls, Dylan was so happy and it was a very great privilege to be part of that memory with his family prior to his death.
Mark has worked in a variety of places as a reporter and anchor. He served in Cleveland at WKYC as an intern and also in New York on The TODAY Show. Mark’s first paying job was in Erie, Pennsylvania where he served as a Producer and Reporter from December 1997 – July 1998. After that, he served at WTOV in West Virginia as an Anchor and Reporter for four years and seven months, from July 1998 to January 2003.
Subsequently, from January 2003 – May 2009 he served at WPRI/WNAC-TV based in Rhode Island as a Morning Anchor and Reporter. While he was working there he quickly fell in love with New England, the beaches, the food, and the people. An unexpected chance showed itself in 2009 and he relocated back home to Cleveland.
He was offered a job at KTVX, the station they watched as a family when he was growing up where he served as a Reporter and Anchor from May 2009 to September 2009. While Mark was working there, he reported on countless stories in his community and it was a spectacular experience with some of the best people in the business. Afterward, he served at WJW-TV in Cleveland, Ohio, United States from September 2009 to September 2014 as a Weekend Morning Anchor and Reporter.
Mark was diagnosed with thyroid cancer in 2014 and he instantly felt like he required a change after his treatment and surgery at the Cleveland Clinic. Mark required something new both professionally and personally and he relocated to New England alongside his husband where he had the chance to join his current station in n the fall of 2014.