Marcia Kramer Biography
Marcia Kramer is the chief political correspondent for WCBS-TV (CBS 2) in New York City and an award-winning journalist from the United States. She began working for CBS2 in 1990. Kramer has won numerous accolades for her work at the station and at the New York Daily News newspaper for her electronic journalism.
Marcia Kramer Age | Birthday
How old is Marcia? She is 73 years old as of 30 December 2021. She was born in 1948 in the United States. Marcia celebrates her birthday every 30th of December.
Marcia Kramer College | Education
Apparently, details about her educational background have not yet been disclosed, to be updated later.
Marcia Kramer Nationality
Marcia is an American national and citizen by birth. She was born in the United State of America. She is of white ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.
Marcia Kramer Height | Weight
Her height is not yet disclosed. details about her other body measurements will be updated as soon as possible.
Marcia Kramer Family | Parents
The talented journalist was born and raised in the United States, by her parents. We were unable to learn anything about her family because no such information was available to the public. As a result, her parents’ identities are unknown. It’s also unknown whether he has siblings. This section, however, will be updated as soon as new information becomes available.
Marcia Kramer Married | Husband
Is Marcia married? She was married to the late Marc Kalech. The two married in 1996. Kalech was the managing editor of the New York Post.
Marcia Kramer Marc Kalech
Cause of death: He died of complications from a long-running battle with leukemia in October 2012.
Marcia Kramer Salary
She earns an annual salary of $290,000.
Marcia Kramer’s Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $3 Million.
Kramer WCBS-TV | Career
She has won numerous awards for her investigative reporting on a local, national, and international level, including two George Foster Peabody awards, two Edward R. Murrow awards, nine Emmy awards, two Golden Typewriter awards from the New York Press Club, and a first-place award from the Associated Press. In editorials in the New York Times and the New York Post, as well as a story in the New York Observer in March 1998 titled “Marcia Kramer: Journalism at its Best,” her work has been lauded.
Kramer recently broke a story on local government employees using lights and sirens in an unauthorized manner. Mayor Bloomberg responded with a crackdown, ordering the removal of lights and sirens from hundreds of vehicles. Among his other credits are a story about people stealing school supplies and selling them on the black market, a story about schools providing expired food, and a film about school board members vacationing in Las Vegas on taxpayer money. Her revelations on Swiss banks and Nazi gold were also credited to her, and the Swiss eventually returned the monies. President Bill Clinton admitted to “never inhaling” in a 1992 interview with Kramer, and she became famous for it.