Mike Yam Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth NFL Network
Mike Yam Biography
Mike Yam is an illustrious American sportscaster presently grinding at NFL Network as a news anchor since joining back in 2020. Before he worked as a studio host for eight years and one month in San Fransisco for Pac-12 Network.
Mike Yam Age
Mike Yam was born in Dumont, New Jersey, United States. However, he hasn’t revealed details on his exact age, a review on this is going on and this segment will be updated soon.
Mike Yam Height
Yam stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in/1.70m tall.
Mike Yam Family
Mike has two sisters, but he hasn’t mentioned any details regarding his parents, deep research on this is going on, will soon update this section soon.
Mike Yam Wife
Mike is quite a reserved guy, he has managed to hide details of his love life from the limelight, it isn’t known whether he is in a relationship or not, will soon update this part.
Mike Yam Children
Mike is a secretive person and due to this details on whether he has any kids or not, aren’t known to the media, but soon as information is available will update you on it.
Mike Yam Education
Mike finished his high school course at Bergen Catholic High School. Later, he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications in 2003 from Fordham University in 2009.
Mike Yam Salary
Yam annually receives a salary of $84,404.
Mike Yam Net Worth
Yam’s approximated net worth is $1 million..
Mike Yam Carer
Mike began working at NFL Network in 2020. Currently, he works as a news anchor for the program. Further, he frequently appears on SiriusXM radio and also works as the play-by-play voice on intel Sports’ coverage of the NFL, golf, and college basketball.
Before, he worked for eight years and one month as a studio host for Pac-12 Network in San Fransisco. While there, he anchored various pre-game and postgame shows for Pac-12’s basketball and football programming. He also anchored sport-specific podcasts and weekly news programs.
Before, he worked for six years and ten months as a studio host at ESPN Radio. There, he served from January 2006 to October 2012. Moreover, he worked as an anchor for ESPN in betwixt October 2008 and August 2012, he worked.
He commenced his journalism career in New York City. Whilst there, he worked as a studio host for half a decade for Sirius XM Radio Inc. He was liable for hosting several radio shows including The Phil Jackson Show, Full Court Press (NBA), and The Mike and Murray Show From October 2003 to September 2008.