American sports journalist, Bomani Babatunde Jones is known for his hit talk show Highly Questionable in ESPN. As US-based sports network is known for its high paygrade among other American sports cable networks, he might be earning a hefty amount of money.
As of 2017, his fan base is craving to find out his net worth. So how much does he earn now, and when did he start his career? We welcome you on board to find out all about this ESPN Journalist and to know the answer keep scrolling down.
Bomani Jones's Net Worth
The Sports show host Bomani Jones' net worth is estimated at $5 million as per the reports from tabloids in 2016, while Bomani Jones earns a whopping amount of salary which is reported to be over $500 thousand USD yearly from his work as television and radio host.
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Jones's additional earning comes from match commentary. He has also made money from sports wiki and many other web journalism portals added writing articles in the ESPN.com.
Bomani Jones's Career
Bomani Jones registered at Clark Atlanta University with a major in economics, after his high school graduations. He permanently gained his bachelor's degree from Clark Atlanta University in 2001. He also visited Claremont Graduate University and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
As Jones started his career as a music and pop culture critic and later on he started working as a sports reporter for AOL and ESPN.com since 2004.
In early 2008, he was nominated the host of Raleigh: The Three Hour Lunch Break and Sports Saturday with Bomani Jones. He conducted these shows until the end of 2009. He hosted the Raleigh: The Three Hour Lunch Break on 620 the Bull.
Jones started his own show The Morning Jones and this show aired from early 2010 until the end of August 2011. Later on, he started hosting the show The Evening Jones. He also hosted the show Bomani & Jones on SB Nation's youtube channel.
He has been working in ESPN since 2010. At the end of 2014, it was declared that he appeared in about 104 episodes on ESPN's Around the Horn. His own show The Right Time With Bomani Jones was in early 2015.
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On March 30, 2015, The Right Time Bomani Jones debuted on ESPN Radio. On September 21, 2015, The Right Time was moved to the 4 to 7 pm time slot. Jones has worked as an adjunct professor at Duke University an Elon University.
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