Mark Johnson Biography and Wiki
Mark Johnson is an American journalist working as an anchor for KTVB in Boise, Idaho. He joined the KTVB Team in 1983. KTVB, Channel 7 is an NBC-affiliated television station licensed to Boise, Idaho. Mark Johnson’s final broadcast on KTVB will be on December 23, 2021.
Mark Johnson Age and Birthday
Mark was born on September 22, 1957, in the United States. He is 63 years old as of 2021. His birth sign is Virgo.
Mark Johnson Height
Johnson is of average stature, He stands at an estimated 5 feet 7 inches with average weight.
Mark Johnson Education
Mark attended the University of Missouri-Columbia where he graduated with a degree in Radio-TV-Film in 1978. Further details regarding his education credentials will be updated soon.
Mark Johnson Family, Parents, Siblings
Attempts to establish his parents’ identities were in vain since no information about them is available to the public. It’s therefore not clear if he has any siblings. This section is under review and will be updated soon when established.
Mark Johnson Wife and Twins, Is He Married?
Moving on to his marital affairs, the famed journalist is happily married to his beautiful wife, Chris Plishka. The romantic duo exchanged their wedding vows in 1992.
The couple is blessed with twins Hannah and Lindsey and Alexa and Grace. Yes, the Johnson family has two sets of twin girls.
Mark Johnson Salary
According to KTVB News anchor salaries, Mark receives an average salary ranging from $32,292 to $76,507.
Mark Johnson Net Worth
Mark Johnson has an estimated net worth ranging from $300,000 to $700,000 as of 2021. His primary source of income is his career as a journalist.
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Mark Johnson KTVB News
After graduating from the university in 1978 he began working in Television Sports in 1980. He later left Milwaukee in the year 1995 for WTAE-TV in Pittsburgh where he covered the Steelers in the year 1996 Super Bowl while anchoring the Nightly Sports.
Johnson then returned to KTVB and was promoted to KTVB’s Sports Director until December 2003 when he was promoted to the station’s main anchor in the Spring of ’96. Mark covered a wide variety of sports, including major league baseball, the PGA Tour, professional football, and professional auto racing.