Howard Eskin Biography
Howard Eskin is an American journalist presently serving at WTXF-TV “Fox 29” as a sports anchor in Philadelphia. Howard also works for WIP-FM 94.1/WTEL AM 610 as a sports radio personality. He is the Philadelphia Fox affiliate, WTXF-TV’s sports programming director. Moreover, Howard contributes to athletics-themed programs on WIP-FM 94.1 Philadelphia. He served as a sound engineer for his home city’s WFIL-AM radio station immediately after graduating from Philadelphia’s Northeast High School.
Howard Eskin Age
Howard Eskin was born on 29th April 1951 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the United States of America. He is 71-year-old.
Howard Eskin Height
Howard is a man of tall stature who stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches (Approx 1.88m).
Howard Eskin Family
He was born and brought up in a Jewish family in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Nevertheless, Howard has not been open about his parents and siblings.
Howard Eskin Wife
Howard is married to his beloved wife called Andi Eskin. The two lovebirds are blessed with five kids. One of their children by the name Brett Eskin is 39-years-old.
Howard Eskin Education
Howard graduated from Northeast High School in Philadelphia back in 1968.
Howard Eskin Salary
He pockets a satisfactory salary ranging between $50 million to $200,000 annually.
Howard Eskin Net Worth
Howard Eskin has piled up a decent wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth of $3 million.
Howard Eskin Career
He debuted his career in local radio at WFIL-AM as George Michael’s engineer. He finally made a name for himself in sports programs by stirring public opinion and breaking stories with his analysis. Howard continued the spirit with him to the TV stations. His determination in breaking news was mostly found on the sports desk. He joined KYW-TV and made the transition to television back in 1982.
In the early and mid-1980s, Howard co-hosted alongside John DeBella on WMMR’s Morning zoo and the combination was publicized at ”Sports Rock”. On TV, he helped in starting Fox Station WTXF-TV’s Ten O’Clock News. Later, Howard joined WIP, as a sports-talk show presenter.
In 1992, he rejoined KYW-TV, prior to moving to WCAU-TV as a host and contributor to Sports Final in 1996. Howard served there until April 2005. He also worked on ESPN’s First Take as a frequent commentator. Moreover, Howard wrote a column for the Philadelphia Daily News in the early 1990s.