Mark Preston Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth CNN

Mark Preston

Mark Preston

Mark Preston Biography

Mark Preston Age

Preston was born in the United States of America on July 21, 1971. He is 50 years old.

Mark Preston Height

He stands at a moderate height of 6 ft 0 in/1.7 m tall.

Mark Preston Family

Preston’s parents are Eugene Preston and Mary Preston.

Mark Preston Wife

He is a married man to Meredith Ray Bonner, they tied the knot on July 8, 2000. In Atlanta, Georgia, the U.S.  at the Holy Spirit Catholic Church. They have a son and a daughter.

Mark Preston Education

Preston completed his high school course at Arlington High School. A public secondary school in the town of Arlington, Massachusetts, in 1990. He then received two B. A. degrees, in Journalism and History.

From the University of Massachusetts Amherst, known as UMass Amherst in 1994. During Preston’s tenure there, he worked for the Associated Press as a freelancer. And on the Massachusetts Daily Collegian.

He was employed to work for the office of Senator Edward Kennedy, after a month.

Mark Preston Salary

He annually earns a salary of $80, 000.

Mark Preston Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $ 1 million.

Mark Preston Career

Preston works as a senior political analyst and Vice President of Political & Special Events Programming for CNN. He worked on SiriusXM POTUS 124 as a host of “Full Stop with Mark Preston” prior.

Preston also provides political analysis for, CNN International, and CNN into the bargain. He also often appears on CNN’s major news analysis shows like CNN Tonight with Don Lemon.

Cuomo Prime Time, Erin Burnett OutFront, Anderson Cooper 360°, and New Day. In January 2017, he was promoted to Senior Political Analyst at CNN. Prior, he worked as a Political Director a post taken up now by David Chalian in 2014 additionally.

Preston began working as a political editor at CNN in 2005. Also, he played a major role in the network’s election night coverage in 2006. The coverage won an Emmy Award, and then because of their 2008 campaign coverage.

They received a Peabody Award. Preston became CNN’s Political Director, and again in 2012, for their coverage, the network won another Emmy Award in 2011.