Mark E. Hyman Biography
Mark E. Hyman born Mark Erick Hyman is an American television executive and political commentator. He was the Vice President for Corporate Relations for Sinclair Broadcast Group which is the longest chain of television stations. He was born on 6th January 1958.
Mark E. Hyman Age
Hyman was born on January 6th, 1958
Mark E. Hyman Education
Hyman is a 1981 graduate of the United States Naval Academy and was a captain in the United States Navy Reserve.
Mark E. Hyman Career
Hyman became a visible presence during local news broadcasts over Sinclair’s stations, many of which aired on The Point—a controversial daily televised commentary by Hyman. In December 2010, Hyman’s commentaries returned to select Sinclair-owned stations under the title Behind the Headlines with Mark Hyman.
Mark E. Hyman The Point
At the beginning of 2001 , he created conservative one-minute editorial segments called, The Point that were broadcast on many of the group’s 62 stations, during local news programs. Sinclair Broadcast Group’s own description of the program was as follows.
The Point is a one-minute daily commentary that is intended to stimulate public discourse. It encourages viewer feedback, and every Saturday we air select viewer comments, both positive and negative. In an age of homogenized, bland, politically correct news, we are proud to deliver news and commentary that stimulates critical thinking and encourages viewers to get involved.
November 2, 2006, after more than five years and 2,000 daily commentaries, Hyman announced that he planned to drop his daily commentary at the end of the month, citing a desire to spend more time with his four children.
He still continues to offer his conservative opinions in print and online for American Spectator magazine. Hyman’s editorials returned to select Sinclair-owned stations in a dozen TV markets under the title Behind the Headlines with Mark Hyman in December 2010.
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Hyman Brain Tumor
Hyman stepped down from his on-air duties after being diagnosed with the tumor. It started with a few changes, like vision problems, eventually led Hyman to an eye specialist who told him, based on what he saw, he either had a brain tumor or a stroke. It turned out to be a large brain tumor.
Hyman continued to work and get his personal affairs in order, including telling his close co-workers the unthinkable. Several weeks later, Hyman was in surgery, and then for 10 days, he waited for the diagnostic results. After he got the call, telling him the good news that his tumor was not cancerous.
Mark E. Hyman Networth
Hyman`s net worth is approximated to be 25 million dollars.