Adam Aizer Biography
Adam Aizer is a prominent American sports journalist currently serving as an on-camera host at CBS Sports.com since 2012. As a host, Adam appears on Fantasy Football Today and Fantasy Baseball Today live shows. He started his journalism career in 2007 when he was hired as an on-camera host as well as radio and podcast coordinator at CBS College Sports Network for two years.
Adam Aizer Age
Adam Aizer was born in the United States of America. Nevertheless, information with reference to his exact date and year of birth remains an enigma to many.
Adam Aizer Height
Adam has a height of 5 feet 8 inches (approx. 1.72 m).
Adam Aizer Family
Adam was born and also brought up under the love and care of his supportive and devoted parents in the United States of America. Nonetheless, Adam has managed to conceal salient intel about his dedicated parents or if he has any siblings. Hence, his parents’ and siblings’ whereabouts are now not accessible.
Adam Aizer Wife
Adam has managed to keep sensitive details including his marital status off the grid despite working in the journalism industry. As a result, it is not available whether Adam is single dating, married, or divorced.
Adam Aizer Education
Adam earned his high school diploma from a local high school and later decided to further his studies at the University of Miami. He attended the institution in 2002 and graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism in 2006.
Adam Aizer Salary
He receives an ample salary of $98, 370 annually. This is according to CBS Sports.com on-camera hosts’ salaries.
Adam Aizer Net Worth
Adam Aizer has been able to gather a decent amount of fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Adam Aizer Career
He is currently working as an on-camera host for CBS Sports.com since 2012. As a host, Adam appears on Fantasy Football Today and Fantasy Baseball Today live shows. Besides his hosting the shows, he hosts the network’s podcast since July 2009. Before his current duties, Adam worked as an on-camera update host for the CBS Sports Network for two years.
He served as a podcasting manager at CBS Interactive for fourteen years. Adam started his journalism career in 2007 when he was hired as an on-camera host as well as radio and podcast coordinator at CBS College Sports Network for two years.