Sal Paolantonio (Salvatore Anthony Nicholas Paolantonio) is a popular American professor and Sports Reporter currently serving for ESPN as a Philadelphia-based bureau reporter since 1995. He as well serves as a regular contributor to NFL Live, Monday Night Countdown, SportsCenter, and Sunday NFL Countdown. Before that, he served for The Philadelphia Inquirer for two years as a political reporter and beat reporter.
Sal Paolantonio Age
Sal Paolantonio was born in Long Island, New York in the United States on June 13, 1956, he is 66 years of age.
Sal Paolantonio Height
Paolantonio stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 in (Approx 1.74 m).
Sal Paolantonio Family
Sal was born and brought up in Long Island, New York in the United States by his protective parents. He prefers a private life when it comes to his family where he has not disclosed any information concerning his siblings and parents hence their professions and existence are not known.
Sal Paolantonio Wife
He is happily and contentedly married to his supportive and beautiful wife named Lynn McGraw. The lovely duo exchanged their vows in 1979. Sal first met his attractive wife in 1976 at the State University of New York at Oneonta.
Sal and his wife Lynn are blessed with three lovely and beautiful daughters named Kyle who serves in Steamboat Springs Colorado as a school teacher, Sarah who serves in Washington DC at Sirius/XM radio as a coordinating producer, and Zoe who works as an attorney and also married.
Sal Paolantonio Education
Sal studied at Sewanhaka High School and later joined the State University of New York located at Oneonta where in 1977 he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in history. Sal went to New York University where in 1978 he graduated with a master’s degree in Journalism from.
Sal Paolantonio Salary
Sal receives an annual average salary of $79,546 and this is according to ESPN Philadelphia-based bureau reporters’ salary.
Sal Paolantonio Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $2 million US dollars and his career as a Philadelphia-based bureau reporter at ESPN is the primary source of his income.
Sal Paolantonio Career
Sal Paolantonio is currently serving for ESPN as a Philadelphia-based bureau reporter since 1995. He as well serves as a regular contributor to NFL Live, Monday Night Countdown, SportsCenter, and Sunday NFL Countdown. He served together with Louis Riddick where he filled in Suzy Kolber’s position and Greg Cosell for the NFL Matchup as a host where he expanded his studio duties.
Sal as well serves in Philadelphia at Saint Joseph’s University as an adjunct professor since 2001. Before that, he served for The Philadelphia Inquirer for two years as a political reporter and beat reporter.
He also served as a radio host on WIP sports of Saturday Morning Sports Page and for a nightly news show as a WPHL-TV reporter, Inquirer News Tonight.
Sal worked as a Surface Warfare officer from 1979 to 1983 in the United States Navy and in 1983 earned the United Nations Medal. He also worked at the USS Ouellet and USS Haleakala.