How rich is Martha Maccallum?


How rich is Martha MacCallum?

Martha MacCallum Net Worth:
$8 Million

Martha MacCallum Net Worth:

Martha Maccallum Net Worth $8 Million

Martha Bowes MacCallum is an American news anchor on the Fox News Channel. She joined the network in 2004, and is located in the Nyc agency with a net worth of $8 million dollars and her yearly wages was collected to be around $700 thousands annually. Martha Maccallum created her net worth as a news anchor of America’s Newsroom on Fox News. Before going into the area of journalism, Maccallum was with Dow Jones & Company, employed as an associate in corporate relations. Maccallum got her first chance as a reporter, working at Corporate Finance magazine. She subsequently went on to be a reporter for WBIS TV. In 1996, Maccallum moved to CNBC, giving to notable news programs like the News with Brian Williams, Today, CNBC World, Morning Call with Martha Maccallum and Ted David and Interior Company. Maccallum changed over to Fox TV in 2004 and now co hosts America’s Newsroom with Bill Hemmer. During her time with Fox, Maccallum covered high profile news stories such as the presidential electrons (2004-2008) as well as the funeral Pope of John Paul II.

MacCallum started her career as a reporter for Corporate Finance magazine. She formerly hosted The Live Desk with Trace Gallagher at 1:00 p.m. ET. Now she co hosts America’s Newsroom with Bill Hemmer at 9:00 a.m. ET. MacCallum has covered the 2004, 2008 and 2012 presidential elections as well as the 2010 midterm elections.

Birth date: January 31, 1964
Birth place: Wyckoff, New Jersey, USA
Height:1.63 m
Profession: Journalist, presenter, co-anchor on Fox News Channel
Education: Square Theatre School, Ramapo High School in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey, St. Lawrence University, New York,
Nationality: American
Spouse: Daniel John Gregory (m. 1992)
Children: Elizabeth Bowes Gregory, Edward Reed Gregory, Harry MacCallum Gregory
Parents: Elizabeth B., Douglas C. MacCallum Jr.
Awards: Gracie Award for Woman in Journalism (1997 (1997), 2003), Gracie Allen Award (1998)
TV shows: "The Live Desk", "America's Newsroom" (2007), "America's Election Headquarters" (2008-), "WBIS" (radiostation), "Morning Call" (2002-2007), "The Live Desk" (2006-2010)
Source: Wikipedia

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