Lynn Martinez Channel 7, Bio, Age, Husband, Children, Salary, Net Worth, Awards

Lynn Martinez
Lynn Martinez

Lynn Martinez Biography and Wiki

Lynn Martinez is a renowned  American Emmy award-winning journalist who works for WSVN as a news anchor. Lynn is the co-host of the gossip and entertainment program, Deco Drive. She previously served as an anchor and producer for one of the Michigan CBS affiliates.

Lynn Martinez’s Age and Birthday

Lynn was born on September 7, 1974, in New York, United States of America. She is 49 years old. Her birth sign is Virgo.

Lynn Martinez Height

Martinez stands at an estimated height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.65m).

Lynn Martinez Education

After graduating from high school, Lynn attended Webster University in Missouri where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree as well as a master’s degree in journalism.

Lynn Martinez’s Family, Parents, Siblings

Martinez was born and raised in New York, United States of America by her loving parents. However, the identities of her parents maintain a discreet image since Lynn has not yet disclosed any information regarding her parents.

Moreover, she was raised alongside her two sisters whose names are not out in the public for now.

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Lynn Martinez Husband, Is She Married?

The beautiful journalist is happily married to her loving husband, Mike Cochran, a former American football player, and coach. The couple got married in 2002.

Lynn Martinez Children

Lynn is blessed with two children namely, Elle and Nick Martinez. Nick Martinez was born in 1999 while her sister Elle was born in 2000.

Lynn and her family live in Florida, in the United States.

Lynn Martinez’s Salary

According to 7 News anchor’s salaries, Lynn receives an annual average salary ranging from $60,000 – $100,000.

Lynn Martinez’s Net Worth

Lynn Martinez has an estimated net worth ranging from $1 Million – $5 Million which she has earned from her successful career as a journalist.

Lynn Martinez WSVN, 7 News

Martinez started her career in 1989 with CBS Affiliate as an anchor and producer. She then landed a job at WSVN, she joined the team as a co-anchor of Today In Florida. Due to her hard work, she was promoted to weekend anchor.

Later in 1993, she got promoted to work as an anchor on the Weeknight News. Lynn reported the inauguration of President Bill Clinton and was one of the first U.S. reporters to cover the atrocities in Bosnia as well traveled to Holland after the murder of a German tourist in Miami and went to Rome to cover the Pope.

Furthermore, She is involved in the Fox program “America’s Most Wanted” a story about how to survive a carjacking. Lynn has covered numerous hurricanes including Andrew in 1992 and Wilma in 2005. Besides all that, she had the privilege of interviewing President Barack Obama in 2011.

Lynn Martinez Awards

She earned an Award for an organ donation series, “Dying for an Organ” and an Emmy nomination for her coverage of Hurricane Andrew.

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