Mark Greenblatt Bio, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Kids, Scripps News

Mark Greenblatt Biography

Mark Greenblatt is a media personality serving as the Senior National Investigative Correspondent at Scripps Washington Bureau. He is also a three-time Peabody Award winner and home brewer. He joined Scripps News in April 2013. Previously, he was a National Correspondent for ABC News.

Mark Greenblatt Age

Greenblatt is around 45 years old as of 2023. However, his birthday is unknown.

Mark Greenblatt Height

He is tall in stature. He stands at 5 feet 8 inches tall.

Mark Greenblatt Nationality

He is American by nationality.

Mark Greenblatt Education

Greenblatt graduated from the University of Missouri School of Journalism in 2000 with a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism. While there, he was the student president.

Growing up, Greenblatt wanted to be a sports broadcaster. He even came to Missouri thinking that’s what he was going to be. However, that was never the case. He switched gears one Sunday afternoon when he was filling in on a news reporting shift at KOMU-TV for a friend who couldn’t work his shift that day.

Greenblatt did a story about a 7-year-old girl with cystic fibrosis. After it was broadcast, the station started getting calls from viewer after viewer who wanted to help the young lady and the Children’s Miracle Network who assisted in her medical care. It was a life-changing moment. He immediately saw the power and the potential of television news. When it is done right, it can prompt positive action that improves lives and can sometimes reshape an entire community.

Mark Greenblatt Family

There is no information about his parents and siblings.

Mark Greenblatt Wife

Mark is a married man. He is married to his wife, Regina and together they are blessed with a daughter named Alyson.

Mark Greenblatt Scripps News

Greenblatt is the senior national investigative correspondent for the Scripps Washington Bureau, where he is a multi-platform reporter appearing on television, podcasts, and writing for all digital platforms. He is also the lead reporter for the investigative podcast Verified: The Next Threat ( ) which is a six-episode deep dive on the rise of globally connected white supremacists. The podcast series, which Amazon Music included among its “Best podcasts” in a weekly highlight reel, unpacks a network that seeks to unite the world’s Christian white nationalists for a modern-day crusade.

Greenblatt collaborates regularly with partner organizations and was the co-lead reporter on the series Case Cleared, a joint investigation with Reveal and ProPublica that revealed for the first time how dozens of police agencies are falsely inflating the numbers of how many rapes they actually solve. Many of the agencies were found to “clear” sexual assault cases even though the cases were closed without arrest, leaving suspects on the streets to sometimes strike again. The series led to sweeping reforms at the federal and local levels and earned multiple national journalism awards.

Greenblatt’s work at Scripps also led to the criminal indictment of the chief of staff at a V.A. hospital and he additionally brought the Scripps Washington Bureau its first-ever Peabody award, which was Greenblatt’s third. He also earned the bureau’s first national Emmy award nomination. He is a recipient of the IRE Medal, the IRE Award, multiple national Edward R. Murrow awards, the Livingston Award, the duPont-Columbia Award, a national Emmy for investigative reporting and he is a two-time finalist for Harvard’s Goldsmith Prize for investigative reporting.

His reports exposed dangerous failures in the Pentagon’s sex offender reporting practices that put civilians at risk and led directly to Congress and President Obama closing the loophole.

Greenblatt serves on the Advisory Board for the Washington D.C.-based Fund For Investigative Journalism (where he was a past President of the Board) and is a current member of the Board of Directors of Investigative Reporters & Editors (the largest organization in the world for investigative reporters). He previously worked at ABC News and KHOU-TV (CBS Houston).

With ABC News, Greenblatt contributed to Good Morning America, World News, and Nightline. He also wrote stories for, filed live and taped radio reports for radio stations across the country, and reported live for ABC affiliates nationwide and the BBC.

Before moving to network news, Greenblatt spent seven years as an investigative reporter at KHOU-TV in Houston, Texas. He received numerous national awards for his investigations including the Livingston Award, duPont-Columbia, two national Edward R. Murrow Awards, the George Foster Peabody Award, National Headliner, National Emmy, and an IRE Medal. He also gained experience working at WBBH-TV in Fort Myers, Fla.; KOAA-TV in Colorado Springs, Colo.; and KOMU-TV in Columbia, Mo.

Mark Greenblatt Salary

He receives an average annual salary ranging between $20,000 – $100,000.

Mark Greenblatt Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million – $5 million.

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