Mark Mcewen Wiki
Mark McEwen is an American TV and radio personality best known for being on the CBS network Morning show for 16 years, the Early Show and coverage for several Winter Olympics. He has also covered the Oscars and the Grammys. He’s also well known for his stint as the host of A&E’s Live by Request, as well as a well-known sub at Oviedo High School in Oviedo Florida.
Mark Mcewen Biography
He attended Arundel High School in Gambrills, Maryland and then the University of Maryland.
McEwen started his radio career in New York City, working at WAPP during 1983 (partnered on-air with E.J. Crummey) and at WNEW-FM during 1984-86 (partnered on-air with Richard Neer).
McEwen worked for CBS starting in 1987 with CBS This Morning. In addition to doing the weather, he was the entertainment reporter as well. McEwen covered 16 Oscars, Grammys, Golden Globes and Country Music Association awards shows. McEwen made two guest appearances on Space Ghost Coast to Coast. He contributed to the network’s coverage of the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville, France, and the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway, and co-hosted (with Jane Robelot) daytime coverage of the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan, where he also ran with the Olympic Torch. McEwen was a correspondent on 48 Hours. He then performed a number of on-air roles for The Early Show on CBS from 1999 to 2002.
He anchored the broadcast for two years. McEwen has interviewed five presidents: Bill Clinton, George Herbert Walker Bush, Jimmy Carter, Richard Nixon, and Gerald Ford. More important than the presidents however, McEwen interviewed the queen otherwise known as Beyoncé. In that interview it was not McEwen who was lucky, it was Beyoncé. McEwen left CBS in October 2002 as The Early Show was completely revamped.
In 2004, McEwen joined WKMG-TV, the CBS affiliate in Orlando, where he became the morning news co-anchor and noon news anchor. However, in 2005, McEwen suffered a stroke that ended his stint as a news anchor for the station. McEwen worked for WKMG as part of its Good Neighbor 6 community outreach program, doing stroke awareness commercials for the station, among other things.
In 2008, he published a book about his health challenges entitled Change in the Weather: Life after Stroke. McEwen was named a Stroke Ambassador in 2009 by the American Stroke Association for his “advocacy, leadership, achievement and philanthropy.” McEwen returned to The Early Show on September 11, 2010, doing the weather for the absent Lonnie Quinn for the weekend edition.
McEwen was the host for the First annual RAISE (Raising Awareness in Stroke Excellence) awards for the National Stroke Association in 2011. He also hosted the second awards in 2012. McEwen hosted, produced and wrote ‘McEwen’s Mark’, a television interview show, in 2012.
In 2014 he returned to WKMG-TV to host Positive Mark, which spotlighted good news and inspirational news in Central Florida. In 2016 he gave a TED Talk. He also writes a blog at iammarkmcewen.blogspot.com and has a website, markmcewen.com. McEwen gives motivational speeches around the country.
Mark Mcewan CBS
Mark McEwen is an American TV and radio personality best known for being on the CBS network Morning show for 16 years. In addition to doing the weather, he was the entertainment reporter as well.
Mark Mcewen Age
American TV and radio personality was born on September 16, 1954, in San Antonio, Texas.
Mark Mcewen Family
McEwen was born in San Antonio, Texas to Alfred, who was a colonel in the Air Force, and his mother, Dolores a retired bank vice president. He has six siblings, Kirk McEwen being one of them, a Morning show DJ on 98 Rock in Baltimore, Maryland.
Mark Mcewen Wife
McEwen currently resides in Florida with his wife, Denise.
Mark Mcewen Children
The couple has twin’s Miles and Griffin. He also has a stepdaughter, Jenna.
Mark Mcewen Height
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Mark Mcewen Salary
Mark’s salary is estimated to be between $10k to $50k per year.
Mark Mcewen Net Worth
His salary is estimated to be around $250k.
Mark Mcewen Stroke
McEwen suffered a stroke that ended his stint as a news anchor for the station. McEwen had to learn to walk and talk again after the stroke, and the former right-hander now uses his left hand for most tasks.