Mark Masters Biography
Mark Masters is a media personality serving as a TSN hockey reporter throughout the NHL season, providing multiplatform reports on SportsCentre, That’s Hockey, and TSN.ca. Mark Masters works as the network’s dedicated hockey reporter throughout the season, providing multi-platform reports on Sportscentre, TSN.ca, and across the network’s full slate of hockey programming on TSN.
Starting in the summer of 2014 he has been on the tennis beat reporting from Paris at the French Open, London at Wimbledon, and New York at the US Open. Previously, he was a sports reporter at the National Post, primarily covering the CFL.
Mark Masters Quick facts
- Birth Name: Mark Masters
- Age: Not Known
- Height: Average
- Father: Under review
- Husband: Unknown
- Education: Bachelor’s degree in Journalism.
- Nationality: American
- Salary: Under review
- Net Worth: $3 million
Mark Masters Age
There is no reliable information of where he was born and when therefore his age remains unknown
Mark Masters Height
He is tall in stature although his height is Unknown
Mark Masters Nationality
He is an American citizen by Birth
Mark Masters Education
Masters graduated from Carleton University in 2008 with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism. While at the university he did play-by-play for Ravens games on Rogers TV as well as online for the Streaming Sports Network. He also served as sports editor and editor-in-chief of the Charlatan, the university’s student newspaper.
Although he came close, Masters was never able to claim a title in any of the many recreational sports leagues he joined up with through the athletics department.
Mark Masters Father and Mother
There is no information about his parents’ identities and siblings,Will update when we will get reliable information.
Mark Masters Wife
Mark is married to Robyn Masters, and despite being a media personality he has managed to keep his personal life secret. Therefore, it is not clear whether he has kids or not
Mark Masters TSN
Having joined the TSN team in 2011, Mark works as the network’s dedicated hockey reporter throughout the season, providing multi-platform reports on Sportscentre, TSN.ca, and across the network’s full slate of hockey programming on TSNIn 2014, he covered Grand Slam tennis for TSN, reporting site from the French Open, Wimbledon, and the U.S. Open.
Mark joined the National Post as a sports reporter in March 2010, where he covered the Toronto Argonauts and the CFL. He was also a senior broadcast associate with Canada’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.
Mark Masters Salary.
Mark salary is still under review
Mark Masters Net Worth
Mark has an estimated net worth of around $3 million. He has accumulated wealth serving journalist