Marcia Kramer Biography
Marcia Kramer is an award-winning American veteran journalist working for WCBS-TV in New York City as the chief political correspondent and television news reporter. Before joining WCBS, Marcia was the New York Daily News City Hall bureau chief.
Marcia Kramer Age
Kramer is 73 years of age and was born on 30th December 1948.
Marcia Kramer Height
Kramer stands at the height of five feet seven inches tall.
Marcia Kramer Education
No information is revealed regarding Kramer’s early years or her education.
Marcia Kramer Nationality
Kramer is of American nationality.
Marcia Kramer Parents
Kramer is Allen Kramer and Tina Kramer’s daughter. She has kept her personal life away from the limelight. No information about her parents is disclosed, and whether Kramer has any siblings is also unknown.
Marcia Kramer Husband
Kramer was a married woman who exchanged vows in 1996 with Marc Kalech, known for working as New York Post’s managing editor from 1993 to 2001 after working his way up from a copy boy since 1965. Marc Kalech died of leukemia in October 2012 at 62 years.
Marcia Kramer Children
It is not known whether Kramer has any children.
Marcia Kramer WSBC
Kramer’s international, national and local reports have garnered her multiple honors, such as nine Emmy awards, two Edward R. Murrow awards, two George Foster Peabody awards, and two New York Press Club Golden Typewriter awards. Due to her investigative reports, Marcia also has a first-place award from the Associated Press. The New York Times and the New York Post have recognized her in their editorials as well as in a March 1998 piece which ran in the New York Observer entitled “Marcia Kramer: Journalism at its Best.”
Marcia broke a story exposing how city government officials misused lights and sirens. This story triggered Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s crackdown leading to the removal of lights and sirens from hundreds of vehicles. Other credits of Kramer include a story on schools that served old food past its freshness date, a report on people stealing school supplies to sell on the black market, and a film exposing Las Vegas school board members vacationing in on taxpayer dollars. Kramer has also been cited for her reports on the Swiss banks and Nazi gold that culminated in a decision by the Swiss to finally give back the money. She is recognized for her 1992 President Bill Clinton interview in which he confessed he had smoked but never inhaled marijuana.
Marcia Kramer Salary
Kramer earns an annual salary of approximately $98800.
Marcia Kramer Networth
Kramer has accumulated a $2 million net worth.
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