Mark Albert(chief national Investigative correspondent) Biography
Mark Albert is a Peabody-winning journalist who leads the Hearst Television National Investigative Unit based in Washington, D.C. He’s been a journalist for 20 years and has appeared on every CBS News broadcast, including the CBS Evening News and on CBS News Radio, when he was a freelance correspondent at the network for three years. He also launched a news startup and led it as editor-in-chief.
Mark Albert Age
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Mark Albert Career
Mark is a winner of the highest honor in broadcast journalism, the George F. Peabody Award, for his year-long, five-part investigation into the death of a sailor in Iraq that led the U.S. military to change the way it tracks the remains of every American service member killed around the world.
Mark is also a two-time honoree of the National Headliner Award, including its Grand Award; recipient of honors from both the National Press Foundation and the National Press Club; winner of the Premack Award for Excellence in Public Affairs Reporting, six regional Edward R. Murrow awards, and 12 regional Emmys; and a recipient of the Excellence in Legal Journalism and the Advancement of Justice award from the Michigan Bar Association, along with many other honors.
Mark’s career has been distinguished by investigative and original reporting, and doggedly following the story wherever it leads: from Iraq to Kenya, Peru to Pakistan, Mexico to Australia, and across the United States.
n 2017, he joined with several other journalists to launch The Voyage Report, an online newsroom covering travel and transportation. He’s been seen and heard on television and radio newscasts across the country, sharing insight and context on how to find airfare deals, TSA screening, the U.S. government’s electronic’s ban, and other issues.
He’s traveled to 54 countries so far as a reporter and explorer and his goal is to visit every country on Earth!
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