Know about Roland Martin's net worth, salary, and career as a journalist

News by Clarence Published on 20 Jan,2017 Updated on 20 Jan,2017

Roland Martin is an American journalist, columnist, and political analyst. He works as a commentator and news presenter for the TV-One. Previously, he was a commentator for CNN, a leading news network of the country.

This talented journalist is one of the richest journalists of the American media industry. He has served in the media industry for around two decades, that made him famous and experienced. 

Roland’s net worth and earning sources

The news presenter of One-TV is one of the highest paid journalists of the agency. He has been serving in the journalism sector for a quite a long time, now.

Journalist Roland Martin

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Roland is also a former employee of globally known CN news source and from there he used to receive a huge amount. Thus, his net worth has been rising these days. In 2017, his net worth is estimated to be around $3 million.

Roland Martin’s houses

Roland owns a house in the Beacon Hill Community of Leesburg, Virginia where he resides with his family. He bought his house in 2013 and occupies 8400–square foot dwelling on 41/2 acres area. 

Roland with his family

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Previously, he owned a house in Fox hall Road in the Columbia and he loved his house but Washington was far too cramped for the former CNN analyst, too confining. 

Let’s be clear: I live here, but I’m from Houston. This is the closest I feel to being back home in Texas.

The above lines are extracted from an interview after he sold his previous house. 

Ronald martin’s career

Roland started his career as a contributor for the BET Sunday morning news show Lead Story. Then, he became an editor-in-chief of Chicago defender. After some years, he began hosting the morning radio talk show in the WVON, Chicago.

In 2007, he joined CNN and became a political analyst for the network. While working there, he also appeared as a guest host on several shows on the CNN. In March 2013, he announced his resignation from CNN by his twitter account.

In the June of the same year, One-TV announced he would be joining the network and host a news show from now. Since then, he has been hosting the first live one-hour morning news show on the One-TV.