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Carol Marin (pronounced "marine") (born October 10, 1948) is a television and print journalist based in Chicago, Illinois.
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What is Carol Marin doing now?
In 2004, Marin returned to WMAQ, where she is the station's political editor. In addition, Marin has been the political columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times since 2004.
Who is Carol Marin?
She is the political editor at NBC5 News in Chicago and a regular interviewer for public broadcasting on WTTW's Chicago Tonight. In addition, in 2016, Carol was named a director of the DePaul University Center for Journalism Integrity & Excellence.
How old is Carol Marin?
73 years (October 10, 1948)
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Co-Director, DePaul Center for Journalism Integrity & Excellence. Former political editor, NBC5. Former contributor, WTTW Chicago Tonight.
Carol is a reporter. That may be the best, shortest way to sum up her career. She is the political editor at NBC5 News in Chicago and a regular interviewer ...
Co-Director, DePaul Center for Journalism Integrity & Excellence. Former NBC5 Political Editor and Sun-Times columnist. See ...
Sep 7, 2021 · CHICAGO (CBS) -- Carol Marin didn't hesitate when the jets hit the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City on Sept. 11, 2001.
Sep 9, 2021 · It took nothing less than a miracle — and a courageous New York firefighter who has never been identified — to save Carol Marin from the ...
Sep 14, 2020 · Carol Marin, one of Chicago's most honored and respected journalists of all time, is bringing down the curtain on her legendary TV news ...
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Nov 7, 2020 · After more than 40 years in news, journalism legend Carol Marin signed off with one final ...
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Nov 5, 2020 · Carol Marin has long been a pillar of Chicago journalism. Marin, 72, has told the stories of the most vulnerable among us.