Mark Albert Biography
Mark Albert is an American Emmy award-winning correspondent working at 40/29 where he serves as the chief national investigative correspondent. He joined 40/29 News in June 2018, after previously working at Vietnam Television Network.
Albert is a Peabody-winning journalist who has served as a journalist for over 20 years and his career has been distinguished by investigative and original reporting across the United States and around the world. Over the years, he has reported for; CBS Saturday, CBS Evening News, CBS Sunday Morning, and on CBS News Radio where he freelanced as a correspondent for three years. In addition, Albert led it as editor-in-chief and launched a news startup in addition to teaching journalism students at Northwestern University and journalists in Pakistan and Vietnam.
Mark did a five-part investigation into the death of a sailor in Iraq that resulted in the U.S. military changing the way it tracks the remains of every American service member killed around the world. For his year-long, five-part investigation, he was awarded the George F. Peabody Award which is the highest honor in broadcast journalism. In addition, he is also a two-time honoree of the National Headliner Award inclusive of its Grand Award, six regional Edward R. Murrow awards, recipient of honors from both the National Press Club and National Press Foundation, winner of the Premack Award for Excellence in Public Affairs Reporting, a recipient of the Advancement of Justice award from the Michigan Bar Association and Excellence in Legal Journalism, and a 12 time regional Emmy award winner.
Furthermore, while working at Hearst Television, his reporting was honored nationwide with a Telly Award for his series and hour-long special known as Hate in the Homeland. Mark’s investigation into cyber vulnerabilities in healthcare ‘Hacking Your Health,’ won an Excellence in Financial Journalism Award (NYSSCPA). His series called Sucked In: America’s Vaping Epidemic won a the Al Neuharth Award for Innovation in Investigative Journalism (NLGJA) along with the Excellence in Financial Journalism Award (NYSSCPA). From 2019 to 2021, he was honored by the Society of Professional Journalists with its Correspondent Award for the best DC-based reporting for an outside-the-Beltway audience. Over the years, he has visited over 52 counties.
Mark Albert Salary
Albert earns a salary of about $47,000-$120,000.
Mark Albert Net Worth
Albert has an estimated net worth of about $1 Million – $7 Million which he has earned through his career as a chief national investigative correspondent.
Mark Albert Age
Albert likes to keep his personal life private hence he has not disclosed his age. However, this information will be updated when available.
Mark Albert Height and Weight
Albert stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches tall. However, information about his weight will be updated when available.
Mark Albert Family
Albert likes to keep his personal life private hence he has neither disclosed the names of his parents nor those of his siblings. However, this information will be updated when available.
Mark Albert Wife and Children
Albert has not disclosed his relationship status as he is very private with his personal life. However, this information will be updated when available.