Mark Strassmann Biography
Mark Strassmann is an American journalist working as a CBS News correspondent in Atlanta and was born on April 1st, 1957 in Kennesaw, Georgia, USA.
He attended the University of Pennsylvania and graduated in 1980 with a B.A in American government. He is married to Linda Stouffer and the couple has two children together. He has received more than 20 journalism awards including an Emmy Award in 2002.
Mark Strassmann CBS News
Strassmann is a CBS News journalist situated in Atlanta. Since joining CBS News in 2001, Strassmann has secured real residential and universal stories, basically for the “CBS Evening News.”
Strassmann broke the narrative of Trayvon Martin, the Florida young person who was gunned down in Sanford, Florida, by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman.
Strassmann additionally gave broad inclusion of Zimmerman’s preliminary. Furthermore, he gave an account of the BP oil slick for four months, Hurricane Katrina and its fallout, the Terry Schiavo ideal to-bite the dust story, church burnings in the South, the van program, Colorado out of control fires and Texas floods, the raising of the Hunley submarine, the Worldcom bookkeeping disaster, the outcome of Sept. 11 and the preliminaries of maturing Ku Klux Klan individuals in the Birmingham church shelling. He has likewise made different excursions to Iraq since 2003.
Strassmann was the CBS News implanted reporter with the 101st Airborne, revealing from the bleeding edges for seven weeks as United States powers cleared from Kuwait into Iraq.
He was the principal TV journalist worldwide to break the updates on the fragging occurrence inside that unit. Strassmann was remaining in the tent simply behind the one wherein two U.S. servicemen were murdered in the assault and detailed live from Iraq not long after it occurred. He likewise secured the fall of Haitian President Aristide, among other real global stories.
Beforehand, Strassmann was a national reporter for NBC News Channel, the system’s subsidiary news administration, in its Atlanta authority (1997-2001).
He likewise contributed reports to “Today” and another NBC communicates. Prior to that, Strassmann was doled out to NBC News Channel’s Miami department (1995-97).
During that time, he detailed widely in the United States and abroad on significant stories, including the Branch Davidian standoff close Waco, the Columbine acts of mass violence, a sum of eight Democratic and Republican National Conventions, the Atlanta Olympic Games, the Elian Gonzalez story, the Pope’s outing to Cuba, Princess Diana’s burial service, the 50th commemoration of D-Day and the 2000 Bush-Gore decision story in Florida.
Before that, Strassmann was a correspondent for WFLA-TV Tampa (1987-95), WTVT-TV Columbus, Ohio (1985-87), KMOL-TV San Antonio (1985), and WSAZ-TV Charleston, W. Va. (1982-85). He started his profession as a partner maker at WCVB-TV Boston (1980-82).
Strassmann is the beneficiary of in excess of 20 reporting grants, including a 2002 Emmy Award for CBS News’ inclusion of the D.C. sharpshooter story, an Ohio State Award, and two territorial Emmy Awards.
Mark Strassmann Age
He was born on April 1st, 1957 in Kennesaw, Georgia.
Mark Strassmann Wife
He is married to Linda Stouffer and the couple has two children together.
Mark Strassmann Height
He is 5 ft 8 in (approx. 1.72m.) tall.
Mark Strassmann Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 million.