Joe Schad is an American broadcaster, journalist, and analyst who works as a Miami Dolphins reporter for The Palm Beach Post. He was a National College Football Reporter for ESPN before joining The Palm Beach.
Joe Schad Age
Joe Schad was born in Queens, New York, in the United States on December 10, 1974. He is 47 years old.
Joe Schad Height
Joe’s height is 5 ft 9 in/1.75m tall.
Joe Schad Family
Joe is a native of Queens, New York, in the United States. Joe, on the other hand, grew up in Glendale, New York.
Joe Schad Wife
Joe has been blissfully married to his wonderful wife since June 19, 2010. He has not, however, revealed the identify of his wife or whether they have any children from their marriage.
Joe Schad Education
Joe received his high school certificate in 1992 from St. Francis Preparatory School in Fresh Meadows, Queens. Joe went on to attend St. John’s University in New York, where he got a Bachelor of Science in Journalism in 1996. He was the sports editor and Editor-in-Chief of The Torch newspaper while in college.
Joe Schad Salary
Joe pockets an annual salary of $100,000.
Joe Schad Net Worth
Joe’s estimated net worth is $2 million.
Joe Schad Career
He has been the Palm Beach Post’s Miami Dolphins correspondent since August 2016. He was an ESPN National College Football Reporter before joining The Palm Beach. Joe was the Miami Dolphins Reporter from September 2003 to June 2005 before joining ESPN.
During his first job with the Miami Dolphins, he covered an FBI investigation into hate mail addressed to renowned athletes such as Jason Taylor, as well as Ricky Williams. Joe served as a reporter for the Orlando Sentinel as the University of Florida Reporter from August 1999 until September 2003.
He broke many football and men’s basketball stories including drugs, gambling, alleged rape, transfers, coaching hires, and athletes turning pro while reporting for the Orlando Sentinel. Joe also helped cover golf, the NFL, MLB, the NBA, and NASCAR. Between September 1998 to July 1999, he worked as a Researcher for ESPN The Magazine before joining the Orlando Sentinel. Furthermore, he began his professional career in September 1996 as a Sports Reporter for Newsday Media Group.
He began his career as a sports reporter for ESPN in 2005. Joe was the National College Football Reporter for ESPN and appeared frequently on ESPNEWS, College Football Live, College GameDay, SportsCenter, and ESPN First Take. He was not just an ESPN.com blogger, but he also contributed college football news and notes for SportsCenter.
He also hosted a college football show for ESPN Radio, where he broadcasted over 145 games, including the College Football Playoff Semifinals, the Orange Bowl, the BCS National Championship Game, the Rose Bowl, the National Championship Game, and the Fiesta Bowl. He worked as a college football and NFL sideline reporter for ESPN Radio, ESPN, and ABC while at ESPN. Joe was a Miami Dolphins reporter for the Palm Beach Post before joining ESPN.