Ron Burke (sportscaster) Biography
Ron Burke (Ronald A.) is an American anchor/reporter and television personality for NBA TV and formerly NBC Sports Philadelphia. He joined the all-sports regional cable network in September 1997 and after a one-year hiatus in 2000, he returned to the station in January 2002. He was born and raised in Richmond, Virginia has B.A. in communication arts in 1985 from James Madison University.
Ron Burke (sportscaster) Age
He was born on 27 September 1963 in Richmond, Virginia, the United States, He is currently 55 years old. He was born and raised in Richmond, Virginia, he now lives in suburban Philadelphia, along with his family.
Ron Burke (sportscaster) Net Worth
Ron Burke is one of the most popular NBA TV anchors who has made a successful career as a sports anchorman. As NBA TV is a popular Sports Network, it is well known for paying a heavy amount of salary to its sportscasters. As Ron Burke is a regular NBA TV anchor, he earns a decent amount of salary from the network.
The American sportscaster/anchor Ron Burke has an estimated net worth of six digit figure. As of 2018, the reporter receives an estimated annual salary of $79,050 from his successful reporting career with NBA TV. In addition, Mike Fratello, David Aldridge, Grant Hill are among the highest earner of the network. Other than that, he is also a regular field and studio anchor for the WPBF25 news network. He father receives an added sum of money from his radio and TV guest appearances as a sports pundit too.
Ron Burke (sportscaster) Career
He joined the all-sport regional cable network in September 1997 and he returned to the station later in January 2002. He reported on major events at Comcast SportsNet, including the 1999 Major League Baseball All-Star game in Denver and the Super Bowl XXXIII game in Miami. During the first three years of his career at CSN, Burke anchored SportsRise, a highlight-driven sports show which was aired in the morning.
He co-hosted the Parade All- America High School Basketball Show which was aired on Fox SportsNet in 1998. He started as a weekend host at NBA TV in October 1999. Since then, his primary duty has been to host the NBA TV show. He also hosted The NBA Beat, an interactive call-in show based in New York City’s NBA Store. He also anchored and reported on the NBA All-Star Game in 2000, 2001 and 2002 on NBA TV. Currently, he hosts “Any Given SportsDay” podcast on WildfireRadio.com.
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He began his first NBA TV as a weekend host. He has been hosting the NBA TV studio show, ever since he was young. He has also hosted The NBA Beat, an interactive call-in show that was based at the NBA Store in New York City. He besides anchored and reported during NBA TV’s around-the-clock coverage of the NBA All-Star Game in 2000, 2001 and 2002. He serves as courtside host for the first-ever live webcast of a major professional sporting event in the United States, when he guided viewers through an NBA regular season game between the Sacramento Kings and Dallas Mavericks in Dallas.
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