Martine Dennis Bio, Age, Family, Husband, School, Salary, Net Worth, ALJAZEERA

Martine Dennis the former Aljazeera journalist

Martine Dennis  Biography

Martine Dennis is a news anchor from the United Kingdom. She most recently worked as a presenter for Al Jazeera English, and before that, for BBC World News.


How old is Martine Dennis? – Age

Martine Dennis was born in London on January 29, 1961, to Caribbean/Mauritian parents. She is 60 years as of 2021.

Where did Martine Dennis go to school? – Education

From 1979 to 1982, Martine studied English and American Studies at Keele University in England and Dar es Salaam.

Dennis husband – Family

Martine’s husband has not been mentioned yet. She has two children and lives in London, England.

Martine Dennis the former Aljazeera journalist
Martine Dennis the former Aljazeera journalist

What is Martine Dennis Salary?

Her salary is under review.

Dennis  Net Worth

Martines net worth is under review.

Martine Dennis  Career

Martine started her broadcasting career in 1983 as a graduate trainee at LBC/IRN in London. She specialized in legislative reporting, but she also produced radio documentaries, including Zimbabwe: Five Years After Independence. She also covered the 1985 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Nassau, Bahamas, interviewing Rajiv Gandhi, Margaret Thatcher, and Edward Seaga, among others. Later that year, in 1985, she joined the BBC Global Service radio team at the United Nations in New York, where she covered the Iran–Iraq conflict and interviewed a number of world leaders. Martine began her career as a presenter-producer for Focus on Africa, the BBC African Service located at Bush House in London, in 1987, and in 1989 she became a presenter, reporter, and producer for Sky News in London. She worked as a nightly news anchor until 1991 when she moved to South Africa. She freelanced for the BBC World Service in South Africa, covering the country’s first democratic election. Carte Blanche, South Africa’s leading weekly current affairs feature series, hired her in 1994. Martine returned to London in 1995 to work on current affairs shows such as Correspondent.
Martine departed the BBC World News in 2014 to join Al Jazeera after 20 years with the organization. Martine returned from South Africa in 1995 and temporarily worked as a correspondent for BBC1’s Here and Now weekly show. She then rose to prominence as the primary presenter of BBC World News. In September 2001, she co-presented the first edition of The World Today with Tanya Beckett. She remained the primary presenter of The World Today (BBC News at 0500 GMT) until her departure from the corporation in 2014. She also hosted BBC World News in a variety of time slots.                                                                                                              Martine started her new job at Al Jazeera English on February 19, 2014. In addition to hosting normal newscasts, she hosted Inside Story. She has also worked on special projects, such as interviewing Masoud Barzani on Kurdish independence. Martine departed Al Jazeera English in 2020 after six years at the channel.