Mark Zinni Biography and Wiki
Mark Zinni is an American news journalist currently working at WFSB news as a reporter and evening anchor. He also worked at WKYC in Cleveland before joining WFSB as an evening anchor.
Mark Zinni Age and Birthday
Dan is 46 years old as of 2021. He was born on October 29, 1975, in the USA.
Mark Zinni Height
Zinni stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches.
Mark Zinni Family | Parents
By his parents, Zinni was raised in the United States of America in Cleveland, Ohio. As far as we know, she hasn’t given us any details about her family or siblings. Shannon earned a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication from the St. Bonaventure University.
Mark Zinni Husband and Married
Zinni is happily married to his husband whom she adores. The couple is yet to reveal whether they have kids or not.
Mark Zinni Salary and Net Worth
Zinni’s income as a news journalist ranges from $85,000 to $95,000 per year. Pay for a news writer typically runs from $24,292 to $72 507 per year, or $10.15 to $31.32 per hour on average.
Mark Zinni Wikipedia | WFSB
Zinni has been a member of the outstanding Channel 3 Eyewitness News staff since 2014. Weeknights from 4 to 6:30 p.m., you can catch him on Eyewitness News. If you’re still up, you can catch the best headlines at 11 p.m. He was able to work as an anchor and reporter in various capacities over the years. At WKYC in Cleveland and The TODAY Show in New York, Zinni worked as an intern. In 1997, he worked as a producer and reporter for WICU in Erie, Pennsylvania, which was his first “paying” position. He relocated to West Virginia in 1998, where I spent nearly five years working for WTOV.
In 2003, Zinni relocated to Rhode Island and started working as a reporter and morning anchor for WPRI. I moved back to Cleveland in 2009 after being provided with an unexpected opportunity. When Mark accepted a position at WJW, he had the opportunity to cover numerous local stories.
Mark Zinni Illness
In 2014, I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer and after my surgery and treatment at the Cleveland Clinic