Richest CelebritiesAuthors
Net Worth:
$750 Thousand
1956 (68 years old)
Talk show host, Radio personality
United States of America
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What is Mark Belling's Net Worth?

Mark Belling is a radio talk show jockey, newspaper columnist and former television host who has a net worth of $750 thousand. Born on July 4, 1956 in Kaukauna, Wisconsin, he graduated from the famous University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Before joining the famous radio company WISN, he worked as a program and news director of WTDY in Madison. Actually, it was here he began his career as a talk radio show host. Eventually, Belling moved to WISN in March 1989. He also worked for many other companies such as Oshkosh, Benton Harbor Michigan, St. Joseph, Michigan and Springfield, Illinois as a news director. During his three hour talk show on radio, he discusses a variety of topics such as national issues, Wisconsin politics, Milwaukee area politics, music and even sports.

Belling always kept right politics and criticize the National Republicans for keeping conservative principles. In 2004, he was dismissed from the radio talk show following his on-air use of the ethnic slur "wetback". Later, he published a written apology and declared that he would never discuss this topic again. Belling, as a journalist worked for several guest-host programs. Besides his three hour famous radio talk show, he also appeared as a guest host of the radio program conducted by Rush Limbaugh. This program made a big success and the company broadcasts this talk twice a week rather than filling the gap with other programs. He also worked as a columnist for a local newspaper. He mostly discussed about scandals and local politics.

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