Keith Olbermann Biography | Wiki
Keith Olbermann is an award-winning American Sports Caster, Political Commentator and Writer currently serving as the main host of a political commentary program known as Countdown. Previously, he worked as a producer for FOX News Network and was the main host of the Major League Baseball program. Keith also served as a sports correspondent for CNN and other local TV and radio stations from early 1980 to 1997.
Keith Olbermann Education
Keith attended the Farragut Middle School and Hackley School. From there, he earned a BS degree in Communication from Cornell University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences back in 1979. While in college, Olbermann served as a sports director for a commercial radio station that was only managed by students called WVBR.
Keith Olbermann Age
How old is Keith? Olbermann is 65 years old as of 2024. He was born Keith Theodore Olbermann on January 27, 1959, in New York City, New York United States. His birthday is celebrated on 27th January every year. His zodiac birth sign is Aquarius. READ: David Yeomans
Keith Olbermann Height
How tall is Olbermann? He stands at an average height of 6 feet 4 inches (1.92 m). He also maintains an average body weight of around 89 kilograms (195 lbs). His hair color is Grey while his eye color is Brown. However, the exact details about his other body measurements are still under review.
Keith Olbermann Wife
Is Keith Married? Olbermann dated MSNBC correspondent reporter, Katy Tur from 2006 to 2009. After they parted ways, Keith remained silent about his private dating life. Thus, it is not known whether he is in a relationship or still single. Nevertheless, more details about his wife will be updated once it is confirmed available.
Keith Olbermann Net Worth
Olbermann is an American Journalist, Sports Caster, Political Commentator and Writer who has an approximate net worth of around $25 million.
Keith Olbermann Katy Tur
Katy Tur is an Accomplished American journalist and author currently recognized for working as a correspondent anchor for NBC News and MSNBC Live. She also worked for the Weather Channel, Early Today News, NBC Nightly News, Meet the Press, and WNBC-TV among other Media stations. She also worked as a Donald Trump campaign correspondent from 2013 to 2016. Keith and Katy dated from the year 2006 to 2009.
The two met while they were both working for MSNBC live before Keith left the station to join ESPN News. As of 2017, Katy is married to her husband Tony Dokoupil and together the couple welcomed their second baby in May 2021.
Countdown With Keith Olbermann On YouTube
Countdown with Keith is a popular 2003 American political commentary series that has aired for ten seasons as of 2012. The first pilot episodes of Countdown aired on MSNBC from 2003 to 2011. Later it aired on Current TV from 2011 to 2012. The show mainly features Keith interviewing guests who share various opinions about the political system of America. Countdown is also available on YouTube. READ: Robert Irvine
Keith Olbermann Salary
Keith working as a Sports and political commentator for ESPN news earns an estimated annual salary ranging from $56,500 – $120,000.
Keith Olbermann FOX News and ESPN Sports
Keith began his career at ESPN back in 1992. He joined the station after working for CNN, MSNBC and FOX News. Olbermann began his first task at ESPN as a SportsCenter correspondent until 1997. He went on to join ESPN 2 as a personality sent to help launch the network’s first newscast. Olbermann was later seen co-hosting the SportsCenter from 11 pm alongside Dan Patrick. The duo became an instant fan favorite anchoring team.
This made Keith receive his first Cable ACE award back in 1995. He then co-authored and published his first book with his co-anchor Dan Patrick titled The Big Show in 1997. The book was written to outline the experiences they went through working for ESPN’s SportsCenter. Before the end of 1997, Olbermann was temporarily suspended from ESPN for close to two and half weeks.
He was suspended because of making an appearance on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show without any authorization. Olbermann then announced his sudden departure from ESPN immediately after completing his suspension. He even cut all ties with the network’s management.
Thus, brewing a feud between him and the ESPN board of management. However, ESPN agreed to allow Keith to return as a political commentator ten years after his departure. He first appeared on the station’s radio segments before landing his own political show called Countdown.