John Giannone Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, MSG Networks
John Giannone Biography
John Giannone is a popular American Sportscaster. As of this present moment, he works as New York Rangers Reporter at Madison Square Garden (MSG) Networks. John officially joined the station in Feb 2002. He is accountable for the NY Rangers telecasts on Ice-level, in-game, and pre and post-game. Before MSG, he spent four years and six months as a Sports Field Reporter at CNN.
John Giannone Age
John Giannone was born in the United States of America. He is around 59 years old although details concerning his date and year of birth remain unknown.
John Giannone Height
He is a man of tall height. John stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches(Approximately 1.78 meters).
John Giannone Family
He was born to hardworking and supportive parents and grew up in the United States. He has a brother named Bill who is married to his wife Maureen. Their son passed away during their HS swim meet. Nevertheless, details concerning his parent’s whereabouts remain away from the public.
John Giannone Wife
He is married to his gorgeous wife. Nevertheless, there are no details about his wife’s name and whereabouts and if they have any kids. Therefore, this information will be updated as soon as its available.
John Giannone Education
He matriculated at Fordham University in 1981 and pursued a bachelor’s degree in Communication and Media studies graduating in 1985. During his time at the university, he served as Sportscaster and Sports Director, at WFUV-FM radio.
John Giannone Salary
He receives an annual salary of $79,637. This is according to MSG anchor’s/reporters salaries.
John Giannone’s Net Worth
John has an estimated net worth of $1.3 Million US dollars.
John Giannone Career
He has been working as New York Rangers Reporter at Madison Square Garden (MSG) Networks. He joined the station in Feb 2002. He is liable for the NY Rangers telecasts on Ice-level, in-game, and pre and post-game. His prior roles were working as an anchor at the MSG SportsDesk, play-by-play for Brooklyn Cyclones and Little League World Series baseball, backup play-by-play for Knicks and Liberty basketball, and Red Bulls soccer as well as co-host of issue-oriented program Angles.
Before MSG, he spent four years and six months as a Sports Field Reporter at CNN. He partook in covering major sports events like Super Bowl, NBA Finals, Stanley Cup Final, US Open/PGA Golf majors, Olympics, World Series, and Women’s World Cup soccer. Theretofore, he served as Sports Writer and Editor at New York Post for over five years.
Between 1989 and 1990 he served as a beat reporter for NY Islanders as well as NY Giants from 1992 to 1993. Furthermore, he wrote columns and features and covered general assignment stories. His career lifebegan in Jun 2005 at CBS Sports as Researcher for NFL Today, Statistician, and PA. He served at the station for three years and six months.
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