Marcus Washington Biography
Marcus Washington is an American news anchor well known for reporting as the morning and midday news anchor for NBC Bay inn San Francisco.
Marcus Washington Age
Washington has not revealed any details concerning his age and birthdate. We will update this information once it is available.
Marcus Washington Salary
Washington earns an annual salary of $59230 dollars.
Marcus Washington Net worth
Washington has an estimated net worth ranging between $ 100k – $ 1 million dollars.
Marcus Washington Height and Weight
Washington is a man of average stature and shape he has however not revealed any details concerning his height. We will update this information once it is available.
Marcus Washington Family
Washington was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee, he has however not revealed any details concerning his family. It is unknown if he has parents or siblings. We will update this information once it is available.
Marcus Washington Wife
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Marcus Washington Education
Washington studied at the University of Memphis.
Marcus Washington KNTV-TV
With Laura Garcia, Washington co-hosts “Today In The Bay” and “NBC Bay Area News at 11.” With Jessica Aguirre, he co-hosts NBC Bay Area’s Race in America: The Conversation. The program examines racial equity and social injustice, attempting to bridge the gap across generations and backgrounds. Washington worked as an anchor and reporter at WJZ (CBS) in Baltimore, Maryland, before joining NBC Bay Area.
He covered a wide range of issues while working in “Charm City,” but Freddie Gray’s death and its aftermath had the most impact on his life and approach to reporting. Washington was there reporting live from the front lines throughout Gray’s funeral, the city’s explosive turmoil, the political consequences, and community rebuilding in the months that followed. ” Washington produced good and authoritative reporting for WJZ from Penn and North avenues, the core of protests following the funeral of Graciela,” writes David Zurawik of the Baltimore Sun.
Washington got his start in the media industry while still a student at the University of Memphis when he inquired about reading news for Memphis’ WUMR-FM morning show. Marcus was invited by the station manager to fill in for Thursday’s 4p-7p slot on his third day of orientation. The station manager was so taken with Washington’s voice and attitude after only 5 minutes on-air that he stepped into the DJ booth and informed Washington, “From now on, this is your time.” Washington became one of the hosts of Memphis’ sole jazz station at that time