Josina Anderson is an award-winning sports reporter who has already worked for Fox Sports, ESPN and much more. Also, she has made her appearances in the shows like NFL, NFL Insiders, NFL Live, NFL Countdown, and SportsCenter.
Since Josina has been actively working as a sports reporter, she has successfully won the millions of hearts out right there. Today here we will be discussing her net worth. Know more about her career too.
Josina Anderson first started her career in the year 2000. She was then called as an anchor and also a reporter for the Coos Bay. Later she has also worked for Roundball Report, Sideline Report, Redskins Magazine and more. She then moved to host her own segment called ScoopCenter in WKYS 93.9.
Even though Josina Anderson is very popular, she has always been successful in hiding her personal information. Till the date, she has not revealed her exact net worth. As per some sites, it is believed that she has around $2.2 million. Isn't it wonderful? Yes, it is actually.
When the word "net worth" is talked about, people keep on imaging about salary. Now, we will be talking about her salary. Since Josina has already worked for ESPN, she might be paid around $41 per hour. It is said that she is paid higher than that as she more than just a reporter in ESPN.
As we have already indicated that Josina Anderson has never ever revealed anything regarding her personal information, we are still not being able to find out her exact figure of salary.
However, while going through work.chron.com, we found out that the average salary of professional sports announcers was around $79, 050. Since Josina is a determined and hard working in nature, she might be paid higher than that.
Before entering into the media sector, Josina started from a field and track star to American Youth Ballet. It was 2000 when she started her TV career as a sports reporter at CBS.
Later, after a year, she served for "Redskins Magazine". She was also awarded as the "Heartland Emmy Award" for "A Premonition to Addis Ababa".
It was in the year 2011, she finally joined ESPN. In around August 2015, she was only the lady or say the first lady to serve as NFL Insider. Since then she worked for many other channels too.
My puppy had a Valentine. I have to find out about this Sterling though...lol. pic.twitter.com/vCJIf7dZML
— Josina Anderson (@JosinaAnderson) February 15, 2017