Is SportsCenter's Chris Bermank happy with his net worth, annual salary, and his journalism career?
Chris Berman (born on May 10 ,1955) is an American commentator,journalist,newscaster,announcer to Peggy Shevell and James Kellner Berman in Greenwich,Connecticut. He is a graduate of Hackley School, Berman who started broadcasting career while attending Brown University School with Bachelor of Arts degree in 1977.
Sportscenter's Commentator Chris Berman
Right after his graduation,Chris had the chance to host a news talk show and bred football and basketball games for WERI radio in Westerly, Rhode Island. Next, he served an early evening sports talk show, Calling All Sports for WNVR radio in Naugatuck, Connecticut. Both terms of offices came as a preparation for his next job at ESPN. Berman linked the network back in October 1979.
ESPN's Sportscaster Chris Berman commentating at The 2015 NFL countdown show.
He has been earning the remunerative amount of salary and his net worth was $18 million. His was first employed with the station had him working late hours, serving as an anchor of the 3 a.m. edition of SportsCenter. He is considered as a popular media figure and has appeared himself on numerous television shows, including Arli$$, Spin City and Coach.
Chris Berman's Net worth, Annual Salary, and Journalism Career
ESPN's Chris Berman interviewing San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick during media day for this year's Super Bowl.
A month after the sports cable channel launched, he first had served as a regular anchor on SportsCenter for the first 11 years, while since 1980, Berman has presented the network's coverage of the NFL Draft. In 1987, he also hosted program and postgame highlight shows during the NFL season.
It was in 1996 that he joined ABC Sports as the halftime host on Monday Night Football. What else,Chris Berman handles as the chief announcer for ESPN's Wednesday baseball telecasts. He has announced hockey and golf too.
Presently his net worth of $20 million. Chris Berman has been a sportscaster for 30 years and is treated as the face of ESPN. He has won the National Sportscaster of the Year Award from the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association six times and the Sportscaster of the Year Award from the American Sportscasters Association three times, among other honors.
In his three years long career as a sportscaster, Berman has anchored SportsCenter, Monday Night Countdown, Sunday NFL Countdown, US Open golf, the Stanley Cup Finals, as well as another programming on ESPN and ABC Sports. .He also serviced as the sports director for the campus radio station, WBRU Radio and commentator for the school's basketball, football, ice hockey and baseball games. His net worth is now $20 million and annual salary is about $5 million.