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Mark William Bullock

Mark William Bullock, American Newscaster. Recipient of the Southeast Regional Emmy Award, Regional Edward R. Murrow Award, and other honors from the Society of Professional Journalists and the Associated Press.

Background

  • Bullock, Mark William was born in 1972 in Fort Worth, Texas. Son of Bill and Janie Lee Bullock.

  • Education

    • Graduate, Hardaway High School, Columbus, GA, USA. 1991.

    Career

    • News Director, WRFC-Radio, Athens, Georgia, 1994-1995

      News Reporter/Producer, WRBL-TV, Columbus, Georgia, 1995-1998

      Freelance Reporter, Crain Communications, New York, New York, 1997

      Weekend News Anchor, WSFA-TV, Montgomery, Alabama, 1998-2007

      Primary Weekday News Anchor, WSFA-TV, Montgomery, Alabama, from 2007

    Major achievements

    • In addition to covering news in the southeastern US, Mark also filed reports from Bosnia-Herzegovina, 1997 (embedded with US troops), Syndey, Australia, 2000 (Summer Olympic Games), and Seoul, South Korea, 2002 (marking Hyundai Motor Company's decision to expand production to North America).

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Board of Directors, Boy Scouts of America, Columbus, GA

    Trustee, Miss Georgia Scholarship Pageant, Columbus, GA

    Board of Directors, Family Sunshine Center, Montgomery, AL

    Board of Directors, Landmarks Foundation, Montgomery, AL

    Board of Directors, Montgomery Arts Council, Montgomery, AL

    Board of Directors, The Montgomery Chorale, Montgomery, AL

    Volunteer, BTW Arts Magnet High School, Montgomery, AL

    Professional Memberships: Di Gamma Kappa Broadcasting Society, Radio-Television-Digital News Association, Society of Professional Journalists

    Other Memberships: Phi Kappa Theta Fraternity, University of Georgia Redcoat Marching Band, University of Georgia Alumni Association, Episcopal Church of the Ascension (Montgomery, AL), Capital City Club (Montgomery, AL)

    References

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    • 1995
      University Georgia
      Athens, Georgia, United States

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