Mark Winne Profile
Mark Winne is an American reporter working at WSB-TV since he joined the team in 1986. He has Channel 2 Action News break many of Georgia’s biggest stories.
Mark Winne Education
Winne studied at Auburn University. While he was still a student at Auburn University and working part-time at The Birmingham News, Winne and a photographer spotted a hand sticking out of the trunk of a car and chased it across the city, ultimately leading to the rescue of a kidnap victim. Thus started a career of crime and corruption coverage.
Mark Winne Career
After three and a half years working full-time for the News, he was hired by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Later switching to television, Winne went on the air for WSB-TV in 1986. Winne’s print and broadcast work has been honored with numerous professional and civic awards, including a number of Southern Regional Emmys.
His coverage of a series of mail bombings that killed a federal judge and a civil rights attorney led to the publication of his book on the case, “Before Mail” (Scribner, 1995.)
He has been active with a number of charities and especially at church. For several seasons Winne coached youth basketball and baseball.
Mark Winne Age
Winne’s age is not known for he has managed to keep his personal life private. It is therefore not known how old Mark is or when he celebrates his birthday.
Mark Winne Wife
Winne is married to Kate Sievert who has been battling cancer since 2006. His wife of 30 years has colon cancer and has undergone several surgical and radiation procedures as well as chemotherapy and immunotherapy at Winship for the treatment of her colon cancer.
Mark Winne Salary
Being one of the top reporters at WSB-TV, there is no doubt Winne earns a good salary. However, the exact amount of money Winne receives has not yet been disclosed.
Mark Winne Net Worth
Winne’s net worth is currently under review but the information will be updated as soon as he discloses how much he is worth.
Mark Winne WSB-TV
At WSB-TV Winne works alongside;
- Wendy Corona – Anchor / Reporter
- Sophia Choi – Anchor
- Jorge Estevez – Anchor
- Jovita Moore – Anchor
- Justin Wilfon – Anchor
- Fred Blankenship – Anchor
- Justin Farmer – Anchor
- Lori Wilson – Anchor / Reporter
- Linda Stouffer – Anchor
- Carol Sbarge – Anchor
- Katie Walls – Meteorologist
- Zach Klein – Sports Director
- Alison Mastrangelo – Sports Director
- Jim Strickland – Consumer Investigator
- Nicole Carr – Investigative Reporter
- Justin Gray – Investigative Reporter
- Richard Elliot – Reporter
- Tyisha Fernandes – Reporter
- Monica Pearson – Journalist
- Eboni Deon – Meteorologist
- Richard Belcher – Investigative Reporter & Anchor
- Brad Nitz – Meteorologist
- Glenn Burns – Chief Meteorologist
- John Pruitt – Anchor
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