Liam Martin joined WBZ-TV in June of 2015 as an evening anchor and reporter.
He grew up on the South Shore and now lives west of Boston with his wife and baby daughter.
Prior to joining WBZ, Liam worked as a general assignment reporter at WCVB-TV in Boston and as an evening anchor and reporter for WILX-TV in Lansing, Mich. In 2011, he was named “Best Reporter” by the Michigan Association of Broadcasters.
Liam began his journalism career as a Celtics columnist for the New England Sports Network.
He earned an undergraduate degree in Government from Harvard University and a master’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from Northwestern University.
Liam is an avid Boston sports fan and is proficient in Spanish and French.
You can connect with him on Twitter at @LiamWBZ.
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