MARK DOYLE, BIO, AGE, FAMILY, WIFE, SCHOOL, SALARY, NET WORTH, BBC

Mark Doyle Biography

Mark Doyle is a British news reporter and former BBC News international affairs news anchor. He is best known for his essays on African matters.

How old is Mark Doyle? – Age

Doyle was born on 29 May 1963, in Melbourne, Australia. He is 58 years old in 2021.

Where did Mark Doyle go to school? – Education

He went to Xavier College for his education.

Mark Doyle – Family

Doyle has a brother named David Doyle.

Doyle’s Wife

Mark Doyle is possibly single and has never been married. Mar Doyle is not dating anyone as of June 2021.

What is Doyle’s Salary?

His pay is being reviewed.

Doyle Net Worth

His net worth is predicted to be $1.5 million.

Mark Doyle Career

Doyle did work as a charitable student teacher at the British-Senegalese Institute in Dakar, Senegal, in 1980. He afterward worked for Amnesty International and West Africa, a London-based magazine, before joining the BBC in 1986 as a producer for the Focus on Africa show. Doyle regularly reported from various African countries, eventually becoming the East Africa correspondent from 1993 to 1994. After arriving in Kigali at the start of the Rwandan genocide in 1994, he became well-known for his reporting. Doyle was one of the few correspondents to arrive in Kigali before the airport closed, and he was the only news reporter to report continuously throughout the genocide.

Co-editing reportage of the 1996 US presidential election and teaching Eastern European news reporters in Moldova are among his other projects. He has functioned as a journalist for the BBC’s domestic service as well as the BBC World Service radio and television, and in 1997 he was appointed the BBC’s West Africa correspondent.

Doyle and his producer, Dan McMillan, were honored with a United Nations Correspondents Association/UN Foundation Excellence in Journalism Award in the category “Disclosing on Humanitarian and Developmental Issues” in 2004. The award was given for coverage of post-war Liberia while serving as a member of the United Nations peacekeeping force. At the time, Doyle was currently writing a book called Under the Same Sky: Good Guys and Bad Guys in Africa’s Failed States, which was about his experiences in Africa. Doyle resigned from the BBC in March of this year.

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