Sal Paolantonio Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, ESPN
Sal Paolantonio Biography
Sal Paolantonio is a Sports Reporter and Proffesor. As of now, He serves for ESPN as a Philadelphia-based bureau reporter. Paolantonio in the year 1995 joined the station. He is also a regular contributor to NFL Live, Monday Night Countdown, SportsCenter, and Sunday NFL Countdown. Before that, Sal spent two years serving for The Philadelphia Inquirer as a beat reporter and political reporter.
Sal Paolantonio Age
Sal was born in Long Island, New York in the United States, on June 13, 1956. He is 66 years old.
Sal Paolantonio Height
Paolantonio stands at a height of 5 ft 7 inches/ (Approx 1.74 m) tall.
Sal Paolantonio Education
He attended Sewanhaka High School where he gained his high school education. Sal later joined the University of State New York at Oneonta and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in history in 1977. He also attained a master’s degree in Journalism from the University of New York in 1978.
Sal Paolantonio Family
Despite being a well-known Sports Reporter, Sal is a reserved person and likes to keep his life private concerning his family members. However, research information regarding his father, mother, and siblings is in progress and will be updated as soon as available.
Sal Paolantonio Wife
He married in 1979 to his pretty wife Lynn McGraw. The two first met in 1976 at the State University of New York at Oneonta. His wife graduated in 1978 and they have three good-looking daughters namely Sarah, Zoe, and Kyle.
Sal Paolantonio Salary
Sal earns an annual salary of $79,546. This is according to ESPN News Channel anchor’s/reporter’s salaries.
Sal Paolantonio Net Worth
Paolantonio has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Sal Paolantonio Career
He has been working for ESPN as a Philadelphia-based bureau reporter and joined the station in 1995. Sal is also a regular contributor to NFL Live, Monday Night Countdown, SportsCenter, and Sunday NFL Countdown. Additionally, Paolantonio increased his studio duties by working for the NFL Matchup as a host along with Louis Riddick and Greg Cosell replacing Suzy Kolber.
Before that, he spent two years for The Philadelphia Inquirer as a political reporter and beat reporter. During his stay at the station, Paolantinio also worked as a WIP sports radio host for Saturday Morning Sports Page and also as a WPHL-TV reporter for a nightly news show, Inquirer News Tonight.
Apart from his journalism career, Sal also served as a Surface Warfare Officer in the United States Navy from 1979 to 1983 and in 1983, attained the United Nations Medal. Additionally, He served on the USS Ouellet and USS Haleakala.
Some of the awards that he has received through his successful career are, the New York Daily News Jack Newfield Courage in Journalism Award, Associated Press Managing Editor’s Award for Enterprise Reporting in 1985 & 1994, in 2017, and Philadelphia Magazine Philadelphia’s Best Sportswriter in 1995.