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|Mark Bell Age||37 years old|
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Mark Bell Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Mark Bell worth at the age of 37 years old? Mark Bell’s income source is mostly from being a successful Journalist. He is from United States. We have estimated Mark Bell's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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Bell won the Malcolm Law award in 2013 for an investigative story about inconsistencies in the way jails and work center facilities in Tennessee apply Tennessee 'Good Time,' work and other sentencing credits for inmates.
Bell won the Malcolm Law award in 2012 for a series of stories dealing with Rutherford County, Tennessee inmates working on a private horse farm without a valid contract, which was in violation of state law governing such labor on private property.
Bell uncovered that inmates from the jail were cleaning up storm debris and repairing fences at the private farm, where the Rutherford County Sheriff's Office mounted patrol division boarded and trained its horses. The lease agreement allowing the sheriff's office to use the stables and property had been expired for more than a year when Bell broke the story in May 2011.
Bell was among a number of reporters who covered the March 2011 stabbing death of Middle Tennessee State University basketball star Tina Stewart by her college roommate, Shanterrica Madden. Madden, an MTSU student, was convicted in May 2012 of second-degree murder in the off-campus killing. Several of Bell's articles on the case appeared in the Gannett-owned USA Today. The case was later featured on the Oxygen Network's true crime television series, Snapped. Bell appears in the episode discussing facts of the case.
Bell was part of a team that won a First Amendment Citation during the National Associated Press awards held in New York on Aug. 3, 2009.
Bell and The Daily News Journal were also awarded first place for investigative reporting by The Tennessee Press Association at their 2009 awards ceremony.
Bell also appeared on the 20th season of Oxygen Network's Snapped in reference to his coverage of the murder of General Jack Rains. Tina Williamson was convicted of the murder in February 2009.
Bell first won the Malcolm Law award in 2009 for a series of investigative articles stemming from a July 17, 2008 fatal crash, which involved an 11-year-old Hopkinsville, Kentucky girl and a now-former sheriff's detective. The crash occurred on Bradyville Pike in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
Mark Eric Bell (born 1985) is an American journalist who reported primarily on public safety and criminal court issues as a full-time staff reporter at The Daily News Journal in Murfreesboro between April 2008 and June 2013. His articles have also appeared in The Tennessean in Nashville and the internationally-distributed newspaper, USA Today. Bell has also appeared on national television. He is currently working as a Development Director and public relations manager for not-for-profit Journeys in Community Living, an organization that serves adults with intellectual disabilities.
Bell was born to Lester Mark and Lisa Bell on Oct. 22, 1985 at Morristown-Hamblen Hospital in Morristown, Tennessee. He grew up in Talbott, Tennessee and attended Morristown-Hamblen High School West in Morristown, where he graduated in 2004. He earned a degree in journalism at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tennessee