Michele Marsh (reporter) Biography
Michele Marsh (reporter) ( born Michele Marie Marsh ) was an American broadcast journalist, best known for her work at two network-owned
television stations in New York City from 1979 to 2003. Marsh grew up in suburban Detroit into a military family. Her parents were Howard Marsh, an insurance salesman, and the former Gloria Gadd. She had two brothers, Ronnie, who died at age 6 and John, who died at 21, who were both hemophiliacs, as was Marsh. She was partly raised in Philadelphia and in the San Diego area.
Michele Marsh (reporter) Age
Michele Marie Marsh was an American broadcast journalist, best known for her work at two network-owned television stations born on March 9, 1954, Detroit, MI.
Michele Marsh (reporter) Height
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Michele Marsh (reporter) Marriage
Michele Marsh was a married woman. She married three times in her life. Talking about her first marriage with Van Cade Marsh Jr. After dating for several years Michele and Van decided to tie their knot. However there is no information regarding their first meet, and where they meet. In the year 1965, the couple ties their knot. They lived their happily married life for over 5 years. After spending couples of the year together the couple got into the marital issues. Therefore they decided to separate. Thereby in 1970, the couple finalized their divorce.
Likewise, After 2 years of divorce, she dated Joel Rudnick, later who turned into her second husband. However, there are no details about Marsh and Joel dating. Later in 1972, the couple married and divorce in 1981. Thereafter, she again dated Peter Szabadi, who is a retired litigation attorney. They married in 2005. There is no information about how they married, and where they meet for the first time. At the moment, Marsh lives in Idyllwild, California, together with her third husband.
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Michele Marsh (reporter) Family
Marsh grew up in suburban Detroit into a military family. Her parents were Howard Marsh, an insurance salesman, and the former Gloria Gadd. She had two brothers, Ronnie, who died at age 6 and John, who died at 21, who were both hemophiliacs, as was Marsh. She was partly raised in Philadelphia and in the San Diego area. She graduated from Grossmont High School in El Cajon, California and later from Northwestern University, where she majored in what has been described as radio and television production or theater.
After her graduation from Northwestern in 1976, Marsh started her career as a reporter/anchor at WABI-TV, the CBS affiliate in Bangor, Maine. She reported in the field and anchored the 11 p.m. Monday-Friday newscasts, and the 6 p.m. Saturday newscast. She did much of the news gathering herself and ran the teleprompter with a foot pedal during broadcasts. Marsh was one of only three women at the time appearing on-camera on television news in Maine.
She then moved to San Antonio, Texas, where she worked at ABC affiliate KSAT-TV for about a year. In October 1978, she served as parade marshal for the Western Days Celebration in Yorktown, Texas.
Michele Marsh (reporter) Education
She graduated from Grossmont High School in El Cajon, California and later from Northwestern University, where she majored in what has been described as radio and television production or theater. After her graduation from Northwestern in 1976, Marsh started her career as a reporter/anchor at WABI-TV, the CBS affiliate in Bangor, Maine.
Michele Marsh (reporter) Career
Marsh made the leap to New York City in August 1979, when she began working at WCBS-TV as a reporter and then as co-anchor of the Saturday night editions of Channel 2 News. Only two months later in October, Marsh was promoted to co-anchoring the 11:00 pm weeknight program alongside Rolland Smith. An article published in the New York Times shortly after her promotion described Marsh as part of a wave of anchorwomen in New York television news, along with Sue Simmons, Rose Ann Scamardella, Judy Licht and Pat Harper. At age 25, Marsh was the youngest of this group and was sometimes called “the baby of the newsroom” at her station.
In January 1981, Marsh was demoted from her anchor position to make way for her predecessor Dave Marash, who was rehired by WCBS-TV after a stint at ABC News. Upon learning of her demotion Marsh reportedly became distressed, causing the station to call in reporter John Tesh as an emergency standby in case Marsh was unable to work that evening.
After regaining this position in January 1982 she stayed as co-anchor of the late weeknight newscasts until 1993 and worked alongside Smith, Mike Schneider, and Ernie Anastos; she was the anchor of both of the station’s 6:00 pm evening newscasts for several years with Jim Jensen, Anastos, and John Johnson. Her on-air image was sultry, glamorous and self-possessed. In June 1995, Marsh returned to anchoring the late newscast with Johnson, replacing Dana Tyler. Her salary by this time was close to $1 million per year.
Marsh was one of several personalities abruptly fired by WCBS-TV in October 1996 as part of a management-ordered shakeup of the station’s news department due to declining ratings. Along with John Johnson, she was quickly hired by WNBC-TV to anchor a new midday newscast for the station. Upon joining WNBC, she also began co-anchoring the 6:00 pm newscast with Chuck Scarborough. In August 2003, WNBC removed Marsh from her anchor chair as the station intended to promote Lynda Baquero, thirteen years Marsh’s junior, to work alongside Scarborough. The station discussed possible alternate positions but came to no agreement with her. She left the station and ended her television career.
Michele Marsh (reporter) Net Worth
Michele Marsh has earned a massive amount of money throughout her career as an actress. With the help her career and other business she has assumed a good sum of money. The actress must have a net worth in six-digit which she collected from the movies in which she had played. However, there is no information about her exact net worth and salary. As we can assume that being a popular actress certainly, she lives her luxurious life with expansive cars, house, and other fortunes.
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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Michele Marsh, a New York news anchor who worked at CBS2 for 17 years, has died.
Marsh was 63 years old. The New York Times reported she passed away Tuesday at her home in South Kent, Connecticut.
Marsh started at WCBS-TV in 1979 at the age of 25. She anchored alongside Jim Jensen, Rolland Smith, Ernie Anastos, and John Johnson and also served as a correspondent, the New York Times recalled.
She was very popular with viewers as her main anchor and also personable with coworkers.
Marsh was born March 9, 1954, in the Detroit suburbs, and graduated from Northwestern University where she had majored in radio and television production, the Times reported.
Prior to joining CBS2, Marsh worked at WABI-TV in Bangor, Maine and later KSAT-TV in San Antonio, Texas, the Times recalled. She also worked as an anchor with New York’s NBC4 following her years at CBS2.
Marsh died after a courageous battle with breast cancer. She is survived by her husband, son, and daughter-in-law.