Ron Burke Biography
Ron Burke is an American anchor/reporter and television personality for NBA TV and formerly NBC Sports Philadelphia.
He was born and raised in Richmond, Virginia as Ronald A. “Ron” Burke. Ron Burke joined WPBF 25 News in July 2018 as a weekend morning anchor and weekday reporter. Previously, he was working at Comcast SportsNet in Philadelphia and has reported some of the major events, including the 1999 Major League Baseball All-Star game in Denver, and Super Bowl XXXIII in Miami.
Ron Burke Age
Ronald A. “Ron” Burke was born on September 27, 1963, in Richmond, Virginia.
Ron Burke Family
The resident of suburban Philadelphia, Ron Burke. He holds an American nationality and belongs to an African ethnic group. In addition, there are not any details regarding his parents, siblings, and early life in the media yet.
Ron Burke Wife
There is not much information regarding his personal life, more so the media is unknown about his married life, hence there is no information about his wife and children too.
Ron Burke Height
The resident of suburban Philadelphia, Ron Burke, stands at 1,76m tall.
Ron Burke Career
Ronald A. “Ron” Burke is currently an American anchor/reporter and television personality for NBA TV and formerly NBC Sports Philadelphia. While at NBC Sports Philadelphia (at the time Comcast SportsNet), Burke covered major events, including the 1999 Major League Baseball All-Star game in Denver, and Super Bowl XXXIII in Miami.
During his first three years at CSN, Burke also anchored SportsRise, a weekday morning highlight-driven sportscast. In 1998, he co-hosted the Parade All-America High School Basketball Show which aired on Fox SportsNet (FSN). He currently hosts “Any Given SportsDay” A podcast on WildfireRadio.com
Burke first began at NBA TV in October 1999 as a weekend host. His duty since then has been to host the NBA TV studio show. He also has hosted The NBA Beat, an interactive call-in show that was based at the NBA Store in New York City.
Burke also anchored and reported during NBA TV’s around-the-clock coverage of the NBA All-Star Game in 2000, 2001 and 2002. During the 2000-2001 NBA season, he served as courtside host for the first-ever live webcast of a major professional sporting event in the United States, when he guided viewers through an NBA regular season game between the Sacramento Kings and Dallas Mavericks in Dallas. He also is one of the studio hosts for MLS on NBC.
Ron Burke Net Worth
Reports have it that he earns around $79,050, he reportedly has an estimated net worth of over six digit figure.