Rosana Franco is a Mexican media personality who works as a sportscaster for ESPN Deportes (Sports), a Spanish-language television channel. She previously worked as a radio host for Unanimo Sports in Miami, Florida.
Rosana Franco Age
Rosana Franco was born in Monterrey, Nuevo León, in Mexico on March 1, 1970. She is 52 years old.
Rosana Franco Height
Rosana’s height is 5 ft 6 in/1.68m tall.
Rosana Franco Family
Rosana is from Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico. Rosana is the daughter of her father, Roberto Vazquez. Furthermore, her father was a soccer player for the UNAM Pumas. Rosana was also a fan of gymnastics and track and field when she was younger. As a result, she was interested in basketball. Furthermore, she claimed to be a street baseball player. She has not, however, revealed the identity of her mother or whether she has any siblings.
Rosana Franco Husband
Rosana is the proud mother of a 1990 son. Rosana, on the other hand, has been so private about her love life that she has not revealed the man who fathered her son or her current marital status. As a result, determining whether Rosana has an Esposo has proven difficult (husband).
Rosana Franco Kids
In 1990, Rosana was blessed with a son (hijos).
Rosana Franco Education
Rosana majored in communications at Universidad Regiomontana, a university in Monterrey.
Rosana Franco Salary
Rosana annually earns a salary of $89,000.
Rosana Franco Net Worth
Rosana’s approximate net worth is $2 million.
Rosana Franco Career
Rosana has been a sportscaster for ESPN Deportes, a Spanish Sports Network, since October 2013. She appears on Raza Deportiva, a morning sports show hosted by Oscar Restrepo, David Faitelson, Leo Vega, and Omar Orlando Salaza while working for ESPN.
The show is also broadcast on ESPN Deportes Radio. She is also a guest on the sports talk show #Redes, alongside Poncho Vera, Carolina Guillé, and Alfredo Lomeli. She was a commentator for Univision before joining ESPN.
Prior to joining ESPN, she worked as a commentator for Univision. She also got the job after auditioning out of 500 people to host a show with Jorge Gomez and Fernando Fiore. This was in 1998 when Univision was looking for a weekly commentator for Republica Deportiva and held auditions in three cities, including Guadalajara.
She revealed that she wanted to use her position as a commentator for Republica Deportiva to advocate for women’s rights. She worked as a reporter for Primer Impacto while at Univision. She was inducted into the Latin American International Sports Hall of Fame in 2004, along with renowned San Francisco Giants player Juan Marichal, while working for Univision.
However, she was fired from Univision in April 2012, along with several other employees. She worked as an actress in several Mexican commercials and films prior to joining Univision. She missed her involvement in sports so much that she auditioned for Univision.