Roland Martin Biography
Roland Martin ( born Roland Sebastian Martin ) is a journalist from the United States who currently broadcasts the YouTube video series Roland Martin Unfiltered. He was a TV One analyst, News One Now host, and Washington on Watch With Roland S. Martin host. He also appeared on CNN programs such as The Situation Room and Anderson Cooper’s AC360, among others.
Roland Martin Age | Birthday
Martin is 53 years old as of 2021. He was born on 14 November 1968 in Houston, Texas, United States. Roland celebrates his birthday every 14th of November.
Roland Martin Education
He graduated from Texas A&M University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a master’s degree in Christian Communications from Louisiana Baptist University.
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What is Roland Martin’s nationality | Ethnicity
Roland Martin Height | Measurements
Martin the famous CNN journalist stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches(1.79 m) tall. However, details about his other body measurements will be updated as soon as possible.
Who is Roland Martin’s Father? |Family |Parents
Martin was born in the United States of America, in Houston, Texas as Roland Sebastian Martin to Reginald Lynn Martin Sr. is his father. His maternal great-grandparents came from Haiti to Louisiana, where his family is from.
Who is Roland Martin’s wife? | Married
Martin is a happily married man. He is married to his wife Jacquie Hood Martin. The two are married since 2001.
Roland Martin’s Net Worth
Martin has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Roland Martin Salary
Roland the famous journalist earns an annual salary ranging from $40,000 – $ 110,500.
Roland Martin Books
Martin is the author of several works, including Speak, Brother! A Black Man’s View of America, Listening to the Spirit Within 50 Perspectives on Faith, and The First: President Barack Obama’s Road to the White House were all written by Roland S. Martin.
Roland Martin Fishing
Martin has done it all, whether it’s fishing for bass or salmon, working a farm pond or a great river site, or angling for fresh or saltwater catch. Martin, a nine-time B.A.S.S. Angler of the Year, has been teaching viewers how to fool a variety of game fish for more than two decades, and he still catches the big ones. In each episode, Roland, who is frequently joined on his boat by a guest or two, embarks on a new sport-fishing adventure in North America while providing basic tips and strategies.
Roland Martin CNN – Career
He was previously the executive editor of the Chicago Defender. Martin does a morning radio talk show on Chicago’s WVON and was a CNN analyst from 2007 until 2013. During his maternity leave in April and May 2009, Brown hosted Campbell Brown: No Bias, No Bull. He and Roland Martin co-hosted Washington Watch, TV One’s first Sunday news show. It aired for four years before being cancelled. Martin announced his retirement from CNN on Twitter in March 2013. On April 6, 2013, he was laid off. Martin was named the host of TV One’s first live one-hour daily morning news program, News One Now, on July 9, 2013. The show premiered on November 4, 2013.
Martin announced on-air on December 7, 2017, that TV One had canceled the show due to low ratings from Black viewers, but that he would remain associated with the network. Martin was honored with two NAACP Image Awards for the program on January 14, 2018. In addition, Roland hosted The Roland Martin Show, a three-hour radio show. Martin has protected Michael Steele and other black Republicans from being called “Uncle Toms,” claiming the term is derogatory. “Martin’s remarks today encouraging violence against LGBT people was not an accident,” GLAAD said. Martin was discovered to have leaked CNN town hall questions to former DNC Chair Donna Brazile.
Martin is the host and the managing editor of a web series, Roland Martin Unfiltered on YouTube. Unfiltered is daily news, politics, culture, entertainment, social justice, sports, education, business, and finance show broadcast from Washington, DC. We’ll cover it if it’s important to you. You’ll hear from some of the brightest minds in education, public policy, and academia as they discuss current events.