Roberto Abramowitz Biography
Roberto Abramowitz is an American sportscaster currently working for ESPN. Known for his appearance in Sunday Night Football that is telecast across Latin America. Additionally, He also provides play- by- play and analysis in both English and Spanish for soccer, NBA, College Basketball, College Football, and WNBA.
Abramowitz has also served as the founding Editor-In-Chief of ESPNDeportes.com, guiding the site’s editorial content and philosophy.
In addition to his role with ESPN, he is also the sole voice in Spanish on the NFL Network’s Thursday Night Football package.
Roberto Abramowitz Age
Abramowitz was born on February 17, 1957, in New York City, but raised in Mexico City. He is 62 years old as of 2019. He is an American by nationality and of white ethnicity. He currently lives in New York, along with his family, and has a beautiful home there.
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Roberto Abramowitz Family
We have no details regarding his parents and siblings.
Roberto Abramowitz Wife
Roberto is a married man and currently in a marital relationship with his wife Brenda. Furthermore, the duo is blessed with their only child Eddie born in 2006.
Currently, he resides in Washington Heights along with his wife and child.
Roberto Abramowitz Education
In 1980, Abramowitz graduated from Brooklyn College with a degree in radio and television and a minor in journalism.
He has been working in the professional sports industry since 1978 and was a color analyst while attending Brooklyn College for the radio broadcasts of the New York Arrows indoor soccer team.
Roberto Abramowitz Career
Abramowitz is a journalist with more than 30 years of experience in sports and news, he is an analyst for ESPN International’s Sunday Night Football, which is broadcast throughout Latin America. He also provides play- by- play and analysis in both English and Spanish for soccer, NBA, College Basketball, College Football, and WNBA.
Other broadcasting duties include NHL Hockey, Arena Football, Euroleague Basketball, Bowling, Billiards( pro and college) and Lacrosse( pro and college), as well as a substitute host at Cronómetro and a guest host at Fútbol Picante and SportsCenter.
Abramowitz also served as ESPNDeportes.com’s founding editor-in-chief, guiding the editorial content and philosophy of the site. In addition, he is one of the Spanish speaking reporters of the network similar to Sergio Dipp.
Before joining ESPN in 1994, he co-hosted the W-Tops music show at WFM from 1986- 87. At the time, WFM was the number one radio station in Mexico City.
Roberto Abramowitz Net Worth
Abramowitz, reportedly earns around $500,000, as his yearly salary from the network, and as of 2019, he reportedly has an estimated net worth of over $5 million from his successful reporting career with ESPN.
Further, Jemele Hill is one of the highest-paid sports personality of ESPN, earning $1 million as an annual salary from the network.
In particular, the typical salary of the ESPN Analyst is $60,000. ESPN salaries for analysts may vary from $33,515 to $75,426. This estimate is based on 6 ESPN Analyst salary reports submitted or estimated by employees using statistical methods.