How is the personal life of ESPN's sportscaster Linda Cohn with her husband and children going?
A Pioneer for women sportscasters, Linda Cohn who has graced our television sets for over 23 years married Stew Kaufman in 2008. However, after giving birth to two children, daughter Sammy and Son Dan, the couple ended their relation with a divorce in 2014. Currently, she has no husband and there is no news of her dating anyone. She has a net worth of $8 million with an annual salary of $750000.
Linda Has Hosted Most of the Editions of SportsCenter
Linda Cohn, who is a fixture on for nearly a quarter of a century, reached a milestone with ESPN’s signature news. Her show on Feb 2016 was her 5000th one.
Cohn, who has hosted more editions of SportsCenter than anyone else in the 36-year history of the program, is very humbled to be recognized.
Cohn has Made a Sportscasting History in ABC
Cohn debuted as a sports anchor for the WALK-AM Patchogue, New York, after which she worked for four other New York area radio station as a sports anchor until 1987.
When she was hired by ABC, she made a sportscasting history by becoming the first full-time female sports anchor in U.S.
Cohn Improved a Lot in Six Months After she was Warned
After she was hired by ESPN to work on SportsCenter in 1992, she has become a very familiar face among the SportsCenter viewers.
Cohn was almost fired from ESPN when it told that she was not showing her love for sports on a show but she was given a chance to improve for six months and a video coach was hired too.
Linda is Brilliant at Every Work
Linda is an expert at her craft as she can relate to the true sports fan because she is a true sports fan. She is a brilliant storyteller as well, who uses her imagination, wit and passion for sports to make the stories she delivers come alive. She connects the stories with her viewers because she is the real deal.
Now, Cohn regularly continues to anchor 1-3 pm in SportsCenter and she is also the host of podcast “Listen Closely to Linda Cohn”. She is also an author of a book named Cohn-Head: A No-Holds-Barred Account of Breaking Into the Boys' Club where she recounts her passion for sports and experience in ESPN. Overall the book is based on the story of Linda Cohn’s rise to the top in sportscasting world.