Josh Marshall Biography
Josh Marshall is a well-known American blogger and journalist who founded the left-leaning web-based political journalism website “Talking Points Memo” in November 2000. He currently oversees a network of progressive-oriented websites that operate under the TPM Media banner and receive an average of 400,000 page views per weekday and 750,000 unique visitors per month.
How old is Josh Marshall?- Age
Marshall is 53 years old as of 2022. She was born Joshua Micah Jesajan-Dorja Marshall on February 15, 1969, in St. Louis, Missouri, United States of America.
Josh Marshall Education
Marshall holds a Ph.D. in American history from Brown University and graduated from the Webb Schools of California and Princeton University.
Josh Marshall Height
The founder of Talking Points Memo stands at a height of 5’6” (1.7 m).
Josh Marshall Wife- Sons
Marshall is happily married to Millet Israeli since March 2005, and the couple live in New York City with their sons Sam and Daniel.
Josh Marshall Talking Points Memo – Podcast- Career
Marshall founded Talking Points Memo during the 2000 Florida political election season, inspired by political bloggers such as Mickey Kaus and Andrew Sullivan. Marshall told the Columbia Journalism Review, “I truly loved what appeared to me to be the opportunity of articulation of this type of composing.” “What’s more, given the issues I had with the Prospect, that clearly spoke to me a lot.” Marshall began writing independent articles about Internet free speech for The American Prospect in 1997 and was soon hired as a partner editorial manager. He worked for the Prospect for a long time before moving to D.C. in 1999 to become their Washington editorial manager. He frequently clashed with the Prospect’s top editors over both philosophy and politics.
He relinquished his position at the Prospect right off the bat in 2001 and kept on blogging while at the same time composing for The Washington Monthly, The Atlantic, The New Yorker, Salon.com, and the New York Post. In 2002, Marshall utilized the Talking Points Memo to give an account of Trent Lott’s disputable remarks adulating Strom Thurmond’s 1948 presidential run as a segregationist. As per the Kennedy School of Government, Marshall was instrumental in filling the resulting embarrassment that in the end prompted Trent Lott’s abdication as Senate Minority Leader.
Because of the Lott story, traffic to the Talking Points Memo spiked from 8,000 to 20,000 online visits a day. In the fall of 2003, as individuals concentrated on the inability to discover WMDs in Iraq, there was another flood of traffic to the website; “I recall there being top long stretches of 60,000-site visits, which was extremely staggering.” Marshall began selling advertisements on his webpage and before the finish of 2004 was gaining $10,000 every month, making him one of a bunch of what The New York Times Magazine named “first-class bloggers” who earned enough cash to make blogging a full-time occupation.
During the 2008 US political race, numerous free news locales and political online journals saw a flood of “dangerous development”. Arguments Memo encountered the biggest flood in rush hour gridlock, developing from 32,000 one-of-a-kind guests in September 2007 to 458,000 one-of-a-kind guests in September 2008, a 1,321% year-to-year increment in the size of its crowd. In 2005, Marshall propelled TPMCafe. This website includes an assortment of online journals about a wide scope of household and international strategy issues composed by scholastics, columnists and previous open authorities among others.
Marshall extended his activity again in 2006, propelling TPMmuckraker. The site centers around political defilement and was initially staffed by Paul Kiel and Justin Rood. Rood has since proceeded onward to ABC and its blog The Blotter. Kiel has as of late been joined by two new staff correspondent bloggers, Laura McGann and Spencer Ackerman. TPMmuckraker has endeavored to arrange its perusers to drive through and read record dumps by administrative elements participating in concealments. TPM Media works out of an office in Manhattan and at present utilizes seven journalists, remembering two for Washington.
Josh Marshall Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth ranging from 3 to 5 million dollars.