Timeline of Mary Beth McDade
After completed her education, Mary Beth McDade began her career as Newscaster in the media company, KTLA. IN KLTA, Mary covered a story about fans mourning, the death of David Bowie at the Walk of Fame, which is one of the biggest achievement of her career.
Similarly, Mary covered everything about the passing of Anna Nicole Smith in Miami to the major earthquake in the Hawaii. Plus, Beth interviewed a murderer of Newport Beach couple, Skylar Deleon. Additionally, Mary became the first L.A. reporter to conduct a jailhouse interview.
Besides, Mary Beth Mc Dade also served for KCBS-TV/ KCAL TV as a fill-in anchor and reporter. Moreover, she also served for News 12 LongIsland as weekend anchor.
Moving towards her personal life, Mary Beth Mc has not given any hint of her wedding plans. It seems Beth isn't interested to have an affair or making boyfriend and husband.
Beth active on her Twitter as she often posts photos which are related to her profession. Mary belongs to the white ethnicity and her nationality is an American.
The television personality is undoubtedly an attractive personality and example of glamour through which Beth has successfully earned tons of fan followers on her twitter. Besides, she worked with several networks thus, she earns a decent amount of salary.
The main source of her income is journalism career. As a successful journalist, she must have earned more than $60 thousands as an annual salary. As of 2017, her exact figure of net worth is yet to disclose and is under review.
Mary Beth McDade facts on timeline
Joined the KLTA2009
Mary Beth McDade is currently working for the Ktla 5 News, as a News caster journalist. She joined the media in April 2009 and since then she is working with the company.
Covered a story about fans mourning the death of David Bowie2016
At the beginning of 2016, Mary Beth McDade covered a story about mourning after the death of fan, David Bowie at the Walk of Fame. Similarly, she covered everything from the passing of Anna Nicole Smith in Miami to the major earthquake at Hawaii.