Paul Dottino Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, WFAN Radio
Paul Dottino Biography
Paul Dottino is a Sports Reporter presently serving for NY Giants at WFAN Radio as a Beat Reporter. He is also a reporter for ESPN3, Northeast Conference, and CBS Sports Network. Moreover, Paul has also served since August 2009 for the WFAN as a reporter, host, and analyst.
Paul Dottino Age
Paul was born in the United States. He is around 60 years old, though, details regarding his exact age and date of birth remain unknown to the public.
Paul Dottino Height
Dottino stands at an average height of 5 ft 7 inches/ Approx 1.7 m tall.
Paul Dottino Education
Paul joined the University of Fordham and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication and Media Studies.
Paul Dottino Family
Dottino is a secretive person when it comes to matters concerning his father, mother, and siblings. Though, review information regarding his father, mother, and siblings is in progress and will be updated as soon as we have clear facts.
Paul Dottino Wife
Despite being a public figure, Paul is a reserved person and likes to keep his life private concerning his love life, however, research information is ongoing and will be updated as soon as available.
Paul Dottino salary
Paul earns an annual salary of $ 76546. This is according to WFAN Radio anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Paul Dottino Net Worth
Dottino has an estimated net worth of $ 1 Million – $5 million U.S dollars.
Paul Dottino Career
He presently serves for NY Giants at MSG Network and WFAN Radio as a Beat Reporter. Paul in 1983 joined the New York Giants beat and reports for several organizations like WNEW 1130 AM, WFUV 90.7 FM, WFAN-AM 660, Connecticut Radio Network, ESPN-AM 1050, as well as WOR 710 AM. Moreover, Paul serves since August 2009 for the WFAN as a reporter, host, and analyst.
Paul also serves for Northeast Conference, CBS Sports Network, and ESPN3 as a reporter. He provides sideline reporting and covers everything from college football to basketball. Before that, Paul served for more than 33 years for the North Jersey Media Group as a sports copy editor. At the station, Dottino was the secondary beat writer between 1997 to 2002 on the New York Giants, and also for The Record was a Sports copy editor.