Rob King Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, ESPN
November 28, 2022
Rob King Biography
Rob King is an American veteran journalist serving as a Senior Vice President and Editor-At-Large, content at ESPN. Prior to joining ESPN, he was serving as a Deputy Managing Editor for Philadelphia Newspapers Inc.
Rob King Age
Rob King was born in 1962 in Washington, D.C., in the United States of America. Nevertheless, he has not disclosed when he celebrates his birthday. He is 60 years of age.
Rob King Height
King is a man of above-average height. Rob’s height is 5 feet 9 inches ( approximately 1.75 meters).
Rob King Family
He is a citizen of Washington, D.C., in the United States. King was raised in a Black descent home. He is the son of Gwendolyn Stewart, his mother, and Colbert Isaiah, his father. Again, his father is a Columnist for the Washington Post while his mother is a famous American businesswoman who served for the U.S. Social Security Administration under President George H.W. Bush as a commissioner. King was brought up along with his younger brother and sister. Rob’s parents live in Washington, D.C.
Rob King Wife
King has been wedded to his wife for at least a decade. The couple is proud parents of three kids, two daughters, and a son called Eli. Nevertheless, he has not revealed when he met his wife, how he popped the big question, or even when they exchanged their nuptial vows due to his confidential nature. Similarly, the identity of Rob’s wife has been withheld from the public eye.
Rob King Education
He attended Charles W. Woodward High School. He thereupon matriculated at Wesleyan University where he earned a bachelor of arts in English in 1984. Similarly, he also furthered his studies by registering at Penn State University to study journalism.
Rob King Salary
King receives an annual salary of $152,000. This is according to ESPN anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Rob King’s Net Worth
Rob has an estimated net worth of $3 million US dollars.
Rob King Career
He is nowadays serving as the Senior Vice President and Editor-At-Large, content at ESPN since Mar 2020. While working in that role, he is responsible for ESPN’s overall journalistic direction, digital content, multi-platform journalism, global content, and storytelling, and serving closely with leaders across ESPN Films.
He was formerly serving as a Senior Vice President, Editorial, Print & Digital Media. During his term at ESPN, he has also served as an Editor-in-Chief for ESPN.com, VP and Editor-in-Chief for ESPN Digital Media, and also as Senior Vice President, Editorial, Print & Digital Media.
Prior to joining ESPN in 200, he was serving as a Deputy Managing Editor for Philadelphia Newspapers Inc. During his career in the newspaper, he also served for Louisville Courier-Journal as a presentation editor and graphic artist director of photography.
Before joining Louisville Courier-Journal, he was serving as a Graphics editor for Gannett Newspapers. Similarly, he has also served for Commercial-News as a Graphics Artists and also as a Copy Aide for The Washington Post.