Holly Rowe a sport reporter career and her personal life secret
Born June 16, 1996, Holly Rowe is an American journalist working with ESPN since August 1998 after her graduation in broadcast journalism from University of Utah. Before working full-time as a college football sideline reporter she served as part time sideline reporter in certain ESPN broadcasts during the course of 1997. With ESPN, Rowe has been a part of broadcasting women's college basketball games, and women's college volleyball. Other broadcasts that Rowe has been a part of during her time at ESPN include play-by-play for women's world cup matches, coverage of swimming and broadcasts of track and field events. Before and during her time with ESPN, Rowe has worked with several other broadcast organizations. Women's college basketball games broadcast by Fox sports have seen a Rowe as a broadcaster since 1993. She has also served in the role of analyst for the WNBA's Utah starzz. In addition to that, she has held a position on the team at CBS which produces the men's Final Four.
Before gaining a wider audience as a sportscaster, she was employed as a sportswriter for the daily Utah chronicle and the Davis County clipper. When still in college she was the news anchor for her campus TV station. Right after attaining her broadcast journalism degree she interned at CBS Sports. Her current net worth is estimated to be around $8 million roughly. She earns a pretty good salary from her career in collaboration with ESPN.
Despite working on television, Holly is a plus size. Her height is said to be 5 ft 4 inches. She defines the plus size TV journalists and flaunts her curves very gracefully on television. She is said to be redefining the old ideas of a basic TV journalist. She says how many times she lost her job because of someone better looking and hotter than her. But she definitely knows her work and says she is passionate and good at doing it.
Holly although on reaching the age of 49, is not married and she also had her cancerous tumor removed last May. And once again she has been diagnosed with another illness that is garnering a lot of support and love for her well being. She publicly announced on 2nd of February that she suffers from a rare form of melanoma cancer that has spread through her body. She is said to be in her second bout with cancer. The next step for her is said to be meeting with doctors, followed by the likelihood of radiation and a clinical trial of immunotherapy which is the process of killing the cancer cells in her body. After her announcement of cancer, she has grabbed a lot of media attention and has been gaining a lot of supportive comments from well wishers that are also her co-workers and the players she worked with. She says she feels loved for all the positivity she has received and is overwhelmed. She admits that she still have hopes that she will be fine by the end of the treatment despite the doctors think she is being ridiculous, she stays strong and positive. However the latest update on her health is positive.