Clinton Yates Biography
Clinton Yates is an American journalist who works as the senior writer for “The Undefeated” on ESPN. She has been with the network since January of 2017. Prior to joining ESPN, he worked as a commentator for WTOP News for five years and ten months. His very first job was as a radio news anchor at Pacifica Radio – WPFW-FM 89.3. He enjoys traveling, hiking, and reading in his spare time.
Clinton Yates Age
Clinton Yates was born in the United States of America. His year and place of birth remain unavailable, hence his exact age is unknown.
Clinton Yates Height
Clinton stands at a height of 5 ft 10 in/1.77 m tall.
Clinton Yates Family
Clinton was born and raised in the United States under the loving care of his loving and supportive parents, whose identity is currently under review. He is an American nationality by birth but belongs to the African-American ethnicity.
Clinton Yates Wife
Matters whether Clinton is single, dating, or married remains a mystery to many. However, rest assured to be updated as soon as we receive relevant and reliable information from trustworthy sources concerning the matter at hand.
Clinton Yates Education
Clinton attained his High School Diploma from a local high school and later decided to pursue his dream career at Miami University where he graduated in May 2011 and was awarded his degree in Mass Communication. While at the university, he was the newspaper columnist of the school magazine.
Clinton Yates Salary
Clinton earns an annual salary of $86,380.
Clinton Yates Net Worth
Clinton’s estimated net worth is $2 million.
Clinton Yates Career
He has been writing for ESPN’s “The Undefeated” since February 2016. He first joined the network as a radio host for The Morning Roast in January 2017. However, he was reassigned to his current position a year and eight months later.
He formerly served as a commentator for WTOP News for five years and ten months. He was on the air from 7:35 p.m. to 9:35 p.m. on weekdays. From April 2007 to February 2016, Clinton worked for The Washington Post. He began his career with the network as a local news editor, a position he held for six years and two months until being promoted to the magazine’s columnist.
He was chosen the Lunchline blogger a year later. For ten months before departing, he worked as a sportswriter. He began his journalism career in September 2008, when he was employed for two years and nine months as a radio news anchor at Pacifica Radio.
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