Mike Yam is a famous American sportscaster who presently serves at NFL Network since 2020 as a news anchor. Additionally, he also serves at SiriusXM based in San Francisco since March 2018 as a studio host. Before joining NFL Network, he worked for eight years and one month for Pac-12 Network as a studio host.
Mike Yam Age
Mike Yam was born in Dumont, New Jersey, United States. He is around 44 years of age from his looks, although, his exact age and date of birth are not known.
Mike Yam Height
Yam stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 7 inches ( Approx 1.70 m).
Mike Yam Family
Mike was born in Dumont, New Jersey, in the United States to his hardworking and loving parents. Hence, he has not revealed any details regarding his parents and siblings.
Mike Yam Wife
Mike prefers private life where he has not shared any information regarding his wife, hence it’s not known if he is single, dating, or married.
Mike Yam Children
Yam has not shared any information regarding his children hence it’s not known if he has any children or not.
Mike Yam Education
Mike studied at Bergen Catholic High School and afterward he joined Fordham University and graduated in 2003 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications.
Mike Yam Salary
Mike receives an annual salary of $84,404 and this is according to NFL Network anchors’ salaries.
Mike Yam’s Net Worth
Mike has an estimated net worth of $1 million and her career as a news anchor is the source of his wealth.
Mike Yam Career
In 2020, Mike went to NFL Network, where he serves as a news anchor. Additionally, he as well serves at SiriusXM based in San Francisco since he joined in March 2018 as a studio host.
Before he came to NFL Network, he served at Pac-12 Network for eight years and one month in San Francisco. While at the Pac-12 Network, Mike anchored several postgames and pre-games for Pac-12’s basketball and football programming. He as well anchored weekly news programs and sport-specific podcasts.
Before that, he as well worked for six years and ten months at ESPN Radio as a studio host, he worked from January 2006 to October 2012. Mike served for ESPN as an anchor from October 2008 to August 2012. At ESPN, he hosted College Football Live, College Basketball, and NBA Fastbreak as well as anchored Sportscenter.
Mike began his journalism career at Sirius XM Radio Inc for five years as a studio host. He hosted various radio shows such as The Mike and Murray Show, Full Court Press (NBA), and The Phil Jackson Show from October 2003 to September.