Robyne Robinson Biography, Age, Married, Illness, Career, Net Worth

Robyne Robinson Biography

Robyne Robinson is an American television journalist and entrepreneur. She ran as a candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota in 2010. Robyne L. Robinson was born in Chicago as the younger of two daughters born to schoolteachers. She attended local area schools, graduating from Morgan Park Academy in 1979.

 

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Robyne Robinson Age

Robyne Robinson is an American television journalist and entrepreneur. She ran as a candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota in 2010. She was born in 1961 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Robinson is 58 years old as of 2019.

Robyne Robinson Height & Weight

How tall is Robyne Robinson – 1,81m.
How much weight is Robyne Robinson – 54kg

Robyne Robinson Illness

Robyne Robinson, a senior news anchor for KMSP-TV, faced that situation when she started with the station 10 years ago. Diagnosed with lupus, a disease of the autoimmune system that affects the skin and/or internal organs, she knew she would need flexibility in her new job.

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Robyne Robinson Husband|Married

He marriage status is not known.

Robyne Robinson Career

Robyne began her professional career tracking news for WNDU-TV in South Bend, Indiana. Later, she served as Military Affairs reporter for WVEC-TV in the Hampton-Norfolk area of Virginia. The Texas Association of Broadcasters honored her while working at WFAA-TV in Dallas. At WFAA-TV she covered local politics, education and public affairs. While serving as the weekend anchor at WMAR-TV in Baltimore, she was awarded the Gannett-Paul Miller Fellowship for reporting Washington politics.

For 20 years she was a reporter and then news anchor/co-anchor for Fox affiliate KMSP in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn. and worked at KMSP-TV since 1990, when KMSP was independent Minnesota 9.

On May 11, 2010, Robinson announced that she would leave KMSP and broadcasting. Her last day was May 26, 2010. On May 27, 2010, it was announced that Robinson would serve as the running mate of Matt Entenza, a DFL candidate in the August 2010 Minnesota gubernatorial primary. She had not previously been a candidate for elective office.

Robyne Robinson Net Worth

Robyne Robinson’s estimated Net Worth, Salary, Income, Cars, Lifestyles & much more details have been updated below. Let’s check, How Rich is she in 2018?

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Estimated Net Worth in 2019 $100K-1M (Approx.)
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Income Source Primary Income source News Anchor.

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Robyne Robinson Awards and recognition

  • Hubert H. Humphrey Public Policy Fellow at the University of Minnesota
  • 2005 Upper Midwest Emmy for Best Anchor
  • Edward R. Murrow Award
  • St. Paul Companies’ Pan-African Council Legacy Award
  • Media Allies Award, Minnesota Council of Non-Profits
  • Minneapolis NAACP Television Industry Award

Robyne Robinson Lieutenant Governor Run

On May 24, 2010, Robinson said in an interview that she had been asked to serve as the running mate of Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party gubernatorial candidate Matt Entenza. Robinson said she had not made up her mind yet, but that she was seriously considering it, as “any time you are potentially called to public service you need to think heavily about it.” On May 27, 2010, the Entenza campaign announced that Robinson had accepted the offer. Robyne and Fox 9 were criticized for allowing Robinson to remain on the air despite the offer, and also for not mentioning the offer during their newscast.

Robinson is the second Fox 9 News anchor to seek statewide office. Former U.S. Senator Rod Grams worked as an anchor for the station before entering politics. The campaign ended on August 10, with Matt Entenza conceding as results started to come in.