Sean McDonough is an American sportscaster and is working in ESPN. He is the son of Boston Globe sportswriter Will McDonough. McDonough started working for CBS Sports in the year 1990 where he broadcasted college basketball, college football and more.
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54 years old Sean McDonough started his broadcasting career in the year 1982. He presented himself as the play-by-play announcer for the Syracuse Chiefs of the International League. Later, he started broadcasting Boston Red Sox games on WSBK-TV.
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Talking about Sean McDonough's net worth, his net worth is estimated to be around $2 million in total. He collected a huge amount through working as a new MNF announcer that increases over the years.
McDonough is also the president of the "Sean McDonough Charitable Foundation" that provides around $3 million to 129 children’s charities. He signed a new contract in May 2016 for the role of Monday Night Football lead announcer. There is no doubt that his salary will increase with the deal.
The bravest man in the broadcasting for Ripping NFL Ratings and officiating, Sean McDonough, started his broadcasting career as the play-by-play announcer for the Syracuse Chiefs of the International League in 1982.
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McDonough then extended his broadcasting career in Boston Red Sox games on WSBK-TV. He was an Ivy League football announcer for PBS. In addition to it, he worked as a sideline reporter for a year (1984- 1985) and play-by-play announcer for a year (1986-1987).
McDonough's CBS Sports career started in the year 1990 where he broadcasted college basketball, college football, College World Series, NFL, US Open tennis, golf and three Winter Olympics. He worked for around 10 NCAA men's basketball tournaments and hugely contributed to CBS's over of the Olympic Winter Games.
Sean McDonough spent his wonderful 10 years at CBS Sports. He even leads college football play-by-play announcer for three years (1997 - 1999). McDonough even worked for ESPN radio from 2013 to 2017. He replaced Mike Tirico on ESPN as lead announcer for Monday Night Football.
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No doubt, Sean McDonough professional life is successful. He will add some extra amount to build up stronger net worth.