What is the net worth and salary of former ESPN broadcast journalist Cari Champion? Find out!

News by Clarence Published on 23 Sep,2016 Updated on 23 Sep,2016

Dreams only work once you work to achieve them. Only some of us get to live the life we have dreamt about You need to work to make dreams come true rather than running behind 'luck'. Cari Champion is one of the names who worked hard to live the life she is living now. 

The earnings she makes from ESPN speaks well about her successful life. Yes, all of her net worth may not be the contribution of her journalism career but she is very good at what she does. Let's find out more about her career along with the earnings she makes.

ESPN Journalist Cari Champion's Net worth

Champion  was a big supporter of basketball and a big fan of Los Angeles Lakers and UCLA Bruins since her early childhood. It is her love towards basketball and sports who drew towards being a sports broadcaster. Champion's net worth is estimated to be around $2 million but her yearly salary is not revealed yet.

Broadcast Journalist Champion's Career

Cari is well known for her anchoring performance at the 'Tennis Channel'. She began her broadcasting career working for several televisions as a reporter and anchor. Currently, Cari champion is anchoring a show "BE Honest for ESPN" and takes an honest look at the sports with the help of outspoken guest. In 2015, she was an anchor for ESPN Sports program “Sportscenter”.

Champion began her ESPN career from 2012 as a host of ESPN2’s show “First Lake”. As a show host, she debates with sports pundits. Her journalism career for ESPN began in 2014. During the time on her show, she has become a target of racist and sexist tweets from the comedian Artie Lange. Later, Lange posted a tweet as an apology.

In 2002, she worked as a reporter at WGLC-TV in Florida prior to working as a reporter at Orange Country News channel, in California. In 2007, she started working as an anchor for WGCL-TV in Atlanta but was fired for expressing a profanity over the air, later. However, she was rehired in 2008. 


Straight line? "Whatever you say officer"!

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With her passion for being a renowned reporter, she moved to Florida and started covering News such as human interest stories and destructive hurricane.  While working there as a reporter, she established a good relation after covering players like Serena Williams and Venus and started focusing on the sports. She was selected for the Tennis channel during audition among fifty candidates.

This is how her hard work, dedication, and determination has made Cari Champion is a real life 'champion'.