Marc Stein is a popular American Sports reporter presently serving for The New York Times as the national NBA writer. Before that, he served for over fifteen years at ESPN as a reporter and sports writer. He likes writing, watching sports, reading, and traveling when he is not at the station working.
Marc Stein Age
Marc Stein was born in the United States of America. He has not disclosed his year and date of birth hence his age is not known publicly.
Marc Stein Height
Stein stands at an average height of 5 ft 8 in (approx. 1.72 m).
Marc Stein Family
Marc was born and brought up by his protective parents in the United States of America. He keeps a low profile when it comes to his family where he has not revealed any details concerning his parents and siblings hence their existence and professions are not known.
Marc Stein Wife
He is cheerfully married to his attractive wife though he has not revealed his name to the public. He has not disclosed any details regarding his kids hence it is not known if they have any.
Marc Stein Salary
Marc receives an annual average salary of $97,380 and this is according to The New York Times national NBA writers’ salary.
Marc Stein’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of between $1 million to $5 million US dollars and his career as the national NBA writer at The New York Times is the primary source f his income.
Marc Stein Career
Marc Stein is a popular American Sports reporter presently serving for The New York Times as the national NBA writer. Before that, he served for over fifteen years at ESPN as a reporter and sports writer. He is served at The Dallas Morning News located in Texas as an NBA writer for more than five years.
First, he was employed to serve as a Dallas Mavericks beat writer where he worked for three seasons and afterward was elevated to serve as an NBA columnist where he served for two seasons.
In addition, he served as an NBA writer for various networks such as San Bernardino Sun, The Washington Post, and The Orange County Register. During the beginning of his career, he provided coverage for Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers.
He served as a co-host of a radio show called Soccer Today since 2011 which aired on KESN, an ESPN affiliate radio station. He also serve at ESPN FC where he contributed.