Sean Baligian Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, WDFN

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Sean Baligian Biography

Sean Baligian is a well-known American sports radio broadcaster currently working as the podcast host of X’s and Bro’s podcast together with Matt Shepard.

Sean Baligian Age

Sean Baligian was born in Livonia, Michigan, United States. Nevertheless, Sean has remained secretive with his personal details including his age or his dates of birth despite being a popular media personality.

Sean Baligian Height

Sean stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.75m).

Sean Baligian Family

Sean was born to his loving and caring mother and father in Livonia, Michigan, in the United States of America. Nonetheless, Sean has not babbled salient data concerning his devoted parents or if he has any siblings.

Sean Baligian Wife

Sean is blissfully hitched to his beautiful and supportive wife. Nevertheless, he has not disclosed paramount information concerning his loving and caring wife.

Sean Baligian Children

Sean is a proud father of two lovely children. However, more details with reference to Sean’s children will be updated soon.

Sean Baligian Education

He attained his high school diploma from Livonia Stevenson High School.

Sean Baligian Salary

She bags a desirable salary of $86,616 annually. This is according to WDFN hosts’ salaries.

Sean Baligian Net Worth

Sean Baligian has managed to amass quite a good affluence in his career and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million – $5 million.

Sean Baligian Career

In 1995, Sean commenced his radio career as a producer and reporter at WSPD based in Toledo, Ohio. In 1997, he was named host and sports director of The Evening Sports Show. Sean broadcasted several sports for the station such as OHL hockey and CCHA hockey.

Sean worked as the analyst for both the University of Toledo football and basketball. In 1998, he began working part-time in Detroit for WJR. He worked on the Detroit Lions post-game show along with former Lion Greg Landry. In May 1999, Sean began to work for WDFN. However, in August 1999, he left WSPD to work full-time for WDFN.

Sean co-hosted a WDFN seasonal weekly hockey program known as Ice Time together with Greg Brady, a fellow WDFN personality. He would briefly work for both WDFN and WSPD in 2004. In May of that year, Sean relocated his Toledo afternoon sports talk show to WCWA when the station went all-sports.

On October 17, 2007, Sean was named Best Radio Sports Talk Host by the Detroit Metro Times for the things, places, and people that make metro Detroit great. Sean hosted the first edition of the renamed Detroit Lions postgame show called Cornbread Corner on October 21, 2007.

Also, he wrote for In Play! Magazine. On January 20, 2009,  it was reported by WDFN that Sean among other WDFN hosts was being let go as the station would begin to air syndicated national sports content.

On Monday, August 17, 2009, Sean started an afternoon drive show in Grand Rapids, MI, on the new ESPN 96.1, alongside Ryan Terpstra. On Tuesday, September 8, 2009, he resumed hosting the morning show on WDFN from 7:00 am to 10:00 am on Monday through Friday.

On Monday, October 24, 2011, Sean announced that he was parting ways with WDFN. On November 28, 2011, he returned to Grand Rapids to ESPN 96.1. There, Sean hosted It Is What It Is, a new show with a familiar name on Monday through Friday from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM.

Sean has been the play-by-play radio voice of Wayne State University’s Warrior football for over a decade. Additionally, he joined Woodward Sports Network back in 2020.

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