Maureen Bunyan Net Worth 2022

January 1, 2020

Maureen Bunyan Net Worth

How much is Maureen Bunyan worth? For this question we spent 7 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Actors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2022 year – is about $23,2 Million.



Maureen Bunyan information Birth date: Aruba, Kingdom of the Netherlands Profession:Actress Education:University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee Parents:Wilhelmina Bunyan Movies:Murder at 1600

Height, Weight

:How tall is Maureen Bunyan – 1,71m.
How much weight is Maureen Bunyan – 64kg


Maureen Bunyan Net Worth
Maureen Bunyan Net Worth
Maureen Bunyan Net Worth
Maureen Bunyan Net Worth


Maureen Bunyan is an Aruban-American Washington, D.C.-based television journalist. Currently she is the lead co-anchor at WJLA-TV.Bunyan is a founder and board member of IWMF (International Womens Media Foundation), a founder of the National Association of Black Journalists. and President of Maureen Bunyan Communications, Inc.She was named a Washingtonian of the Year in 1992 and has been inducted into the Hall of Fame of the Washington Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, The Silver Circle of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS), and the Broadcast Pioneers Club of Washington.
Biography,Early lifeBunyan was born in Aruba, the eldest of three daughters, and settled in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with her family when she was 11. After the death of her mother Wilhelmina, a nurse, Bunyan and her family continued to pursue educational opportunities, at one point, all of the members of the immediate family were enrolled at local colleges and universities, each studying for an undergraduate degree.Early careerBunyan started her journalism career freelancing at the Milwaukee Journal while attending the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee nearby, then went on to television jobs at WGBH-TV in Boston and WCBS-TV in New York City before arriving in Washington in 1973 and joining WTOP-TV (now WUSA-TV), a station that was known for its Eyewitness News team which included Max Robinson and Gordon Peterson.Promotion to anchorOriginally a reporter and weekend co-anchor with Patrick McGrath (now at WTTG-TV,and who has since retired), Bunyan was promoted to co-anchor alongside Peterson at 6 p.m. after Robinson joined ABC News in 1978 (she would add the 11 p.m. newscast a decade later) and settled in as a member of a local news team that also included sportscaster Glenn Brenner and meteorologist Gordon Barnes. In addition to reporting on major local, national and international stories, she also hosted the award-winning magazine programs 22:26 and Studio Nine.Leaving WUSAOn December 11, 1995, after the management at WUSA offered her an anchor demotion and salary cut to stay at the station, Bunyan surprised viewers when she announced her resignation on the air during the 6 p.m. news. Channel 9 soon afterwards lost their first-place spot in the ratings to rival WRC-TV.Return to the DC airwavesAs for Bunyan herself, she briefly worked for MSNBC and ran a public relations firm for a few years before returning to the Washington airwaves in February 1999 replacing Paul Berry as the lead anchor at WJLA-TV. Five years later, she was reunited with longtime friend and former WUSA co-anchor Gordon Peterson when they were teamed up on the 6 p.m. news. This has helped WJLA move from third to second place in that timeslot behind current leader WRC.On January 9. 2022, Sinclair Broadcasting, the owners of WJLA, announced her contract was not being renewed.


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