Dario Melendez Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, FOX Sports
November 30, 2022
Dario Melendez Biography
Dario Melendez is a famous American Sports Journalist who currently serves at Bally Sports Wisconsin, FOX Sports as Brewers & Bucks Host and Reporter. Dario officially joined the station in Mar 2018. Since Apr 2022, he serves at WISN 12 News, Hearst as a Sports Director.
Before that, he spent two years and seven months at New York 1 News as a Sports Anchor and Reporter. Moreover, he is the Guinness world record holder for arranging a high tower of doughnuts with his eyes closed.
Dario Melendez Age
Dario Melendez was born in Boca Raton, Florida, in the United States of America. Melendez is around 35 years old although details concerning his date and year of birth remain unknown to the public.
Dario Melendez Height
Melendez is a man of above-average stature and stands at the height of is 5 feet 7 inches tall (Approximately 1.74 meters
Dario Melendez Family
He was born and raised in Boca Raton, Florida in the United States of America to supportive and loving parents. He is secretive and has not gone public with details about his family information.
Dario Melendez Wife
Melendez is married to his lovely wife Jen Lada. Jen works at ESPN as a reporter and host. Furthermore, she appears on College GameDay Built by College Football Live and The Home Depot. Jen graduated from Marquette University College. The couple exchanged their wedding vows on Oct 2, 2017, and are blessed with three kids Chase, Keira, and Layla.
Dario Melendez Education
He joined Sacred Heart University in 2004 where he pursued a bachelor’s degree in Media studies and graduated in 2008. While at the University, he worked as president of the SPJ chapter, co-editor-in-chief of the Spectrum newspaper a member of the Sacred Heart Football team.
Dario Melendez Salary
Melendez receives an annual salary of $79,890. This is according to FOX Sports anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Dario Melendez Net Worth
Melendez Has an estimated net worth of about $1 million US dollars.
Dario Melendez Career
He joined ESPN as a SportsCenter Anchor in Feb 2013. He was accountable for anchoring, writing, and reporting for the “Worldwide Leader in Sports”. He thereupon left the station in May 2015 joining New York 1 News as Sports Reporter and Anchor.
He serves at Bally Sports Wisconsin, and FOX Sports as Brewers & Bucks Host and Reporter. He joined the station in Mar 2018. Since Apr 2022, he serves at WISN 12 News, Hearst as a Sports Director. He also works on WISN 12 News as an anchor of sports coverage at 6 p.m., at 9 p.m., at 10 p.m., and also during Big 12 Sports Saturday at 6:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. Before that, he spent 2 years and 7 months as Sports Anchor and Reporter at New York 1 News. Earlier, he served as Worldwide Leader in Sports for over two years as ESPN’s SportsCenter Anchor, writer, and reporter.
Prior to ESPN, Dario served as a Sports Anchor and Reporter at WISN-TV for two years and four months. Dario was accountable for producing, writing, reporting, and anchoring on college, high school, professional athletics, and local in and around Milwaukee. Dario also spent more than a year on Fox Sports Radio 1200 and 1460 as a Radio Personality. He co-hosted the Red Zone show every weekday from 3.00 pm -7. oo pm, as well as the College Tailgate show on Saturdays from 9, am-noon.
His career began at ABC Sports Miami as a Sports intern for three months. He also interned at NBC Sports and NBCSports.com for 5 months, he was responsible for working with the Avid digital editing program and also serving with multimedia shows at NBCSports.com. His first official work was in Oct 2008 when he served at WINK-TV Sports and CBS Sports as Weekend Sports Anchor and Reporter.