Martha MacCallum Biography
Martha MacCallum is a journalist who works for Fox News. She hosts The Story with Martha MacCallum, which broadcasts live from New York City. In 2004, MacCallum joined the network. President Barack Obama, General David Petraeus, Arizona Senator and 2008 Republican presidential candidate John McCain, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, First Lady Laura Bush, and others have all been on her shows.
How old is Martha MacCallum? – Age
MacCallum was born as Martha Bowes MacCallum on 31 January 1964 in Wyckoff, New Jersey, United States. She is 57 years as of 2021.
Where did Martha MacCallum go to school? – Education
She earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from St. Lawrence University in New York’s North Country after graduating from Ramapo High School in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey, and went on to study at the Circle in the Square Theatre School on Broadway, where she founded the Miranda Theater Company. MacCallum later worked at Dow Jones & Company as a corporate relations associate.
Martha MacCallum – Family
MacCallum was born in Wyckoff, New Jersey, and reared there. Elizabeth B. MacCallum and Douglas C. MacCallum, Jr. are her parents.
Martha MacCallum Husband
On August 22, 1992, she married Daniel Gregory at St Elizabeth Church in Manhattan. They have three children.
What is MacCallum Salary?
Her salary is $700,000 annually.
MacCallum Net Worth
She has a net worth of $8 million.
Martha MacCallum Career
She served as a business news journalist and anchor for The Wall Street Journal Report, World Market Outlook, and Business USA at Wall Street Journal Television from 1991 until 1996. In 1996, Martha joined WBIS-TV, a short-lived sports and business station in New York, as a presenter and reporter. MacCallum then worked for NBC/CNBC as a reporter/anchor. She as well participated in The News with Brian Williams, Today, NBC affiliate news programs, and CNBC World before being named to co-anchor CNBC’s Morning Call with Martha MacCallum and Ted David. Checkpoint, a late-night show about homeland security and the War on Terror, featured her as well. For the Business Center, a former CNBC show, he produced the “Inside the Business” series.
MacCallum began working at Fox News in 2004. She anchored America’s Newsroom from 2010 to 2017, after presenting The Live Desk from 2006 to 2010. On January 9, 2017, MacCallum hosted The First 100 Days, a new Fox News Channel broadcast. It was created to fill Tucker Carlson’s shoes. Following Megyn Kelly’s departure, that show took over The Kelly File’s time slot tonight. On April 28, 2017, the show was renamed The Story with Martha MacCallum. Newsmax has eclipsed MacCallum and Fox in the ratings by the end of 2020. On January 11, her show “The Story” was demoted from its prime time position of 7 p.m. ET to 3 p.m. ET. “This is a fantastic success for these demonstrators,” she said after a swarm of Trump supporters rushed the Capitol. “They have significantly disrupted the system!” Later in her coverage of the insurgency, she called the events “unsettling” and stressed the importance of “maintaining control.”
The New York Times described her comparison of “swarms of Trump supporters bursting into the seat of democracy, an act that made worldwide headlines, to a small-scale incident at the house of a Republican leader” “bizarre.”
MacCallum has won the Gracie Award for Women in Journalism on two occasions, as well as the Soldiersocks Commitment to Serve award. Some have mocked her for calling COVID-19 the “China Infection,” despite the fact that the virus was created in China.