Jason Benetti ESPN, Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, Disability, Eye, Salary, and Net Worth

Jason Benetti Bio | Wiki

Jason Benetti is an American journalist and sportscaster currently working for ESPN as a play-by-play commentator. he joined ESPN in 2011 and covers college basketball.

Prior to joining ESPN, Jason has worked as a broadcaster for Westwood One, Fox Sports 1, Time Warner Cable Sports, The Syracuse Chiefs, BIG EAST Conference, DePaul University, High Point University, and many more.

Jason Benetti Age

He was born on September 9, 1983, in Illinois, in the United States. Jason is 38 years old.

Jason Benetti Height

He is a man of average stature. Jason’s height is 5 ft 7 in (Approx 1.7 m).

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Jason Benetti Family

He was born to his parents Sue Benetti and Rob Benetti in Illinois, in the USA. However, Jason has not disclosed any information to the public in regards to his siblings.

Jason Benetti Wife | Married

Despite being a public figure, Jason has managed to keep information regarding his wife and married life away from the public eye. Therefore we can’t really tell whether he is dating, single, or married. However, we will update this as soon as we have clear details concerning his love life.

Jason Benetti Education

He attended Syracuse University where he graduated in 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism, Economics, and Psychology. Jason later enrolled at Wake Forest School of Law in 2011 to earn his J.D.

Jason Benetti Eye

After conducting our research, we did not seem to find any information in regards to Jason’s eyes. However, he was discovered with the cerebral palsy condition as a toddler. This condition affects his eyes resulting in strabismus which is a condition where eyes are severely turned making it impossible for both eyes to work together. We shall keep you posted once we have clear and reliable information in regards to his eyes.

Jason Benetti Disability

He was born 10 weeks earlier and had to be hospitalized for three months. During those three months, Jason developed respiratory illness while in the intensive care unit that divested his blood of oxygen. When he was a toddler he was diagnosed with cerebral palsy and had to go through years of physical therapy as well as surgeries in order to improve his ability to walk. It is believed that his cerebral palsy condition was caused by the respiratory illness he had as a newborn baby in the intensive care unit.

Jason Benetti Contract

In the year 2017, Jason agreed to a multi-year contract to carry on as the primary television play-by-play voice for the Sox. During his first three seasons with the club, Jason split broadcasting duties with Ken “Hawk” Harrelson, the 2020 Ford C. Frick winner. However, there is no much available information in regards to the contract.

Jason Benetti ESPN

He joined ESPN in 2011 serving as a play-by-play commentator covering college basketball. In addition, work for Chicago White Sox games as a television play-by-play announcer. He is a proud alumnus of Syracuse University where he called lacrosse and also Women’s basketball. Following his graduation from Syracuse University, Jason joined Wake Forest University where he obtained a law degree. During his time at Wake Forest University, he served as the voice of Syracuse Chiefs baseball games, High Point Panthers basketball games, as well as high school football for Time Warner Cable Sports Channel.

In addition, he also interned with Chicago’s sports radio station called WSCR. During his time at ESPN, he would call select college basketball games for ESPN2, ESPN3, and ESPNU. Jason called his first football game for AAC Network in the year 2013. He replaced Ken Harrelson beginning with the 2016 baseball season serving as the television of play-by-play announcer select for Chicago White Sox home as well as road games. It was then announced in May 2017 that Jason would take over full-time play-by-play duties in the year 2019 after Harrelson’s retirement.

In addition, he also works at Syracuse University with Communication Hope through Assistive Technology commonly referred to as CHAT Camp. Besides that, Jason has also served as an adjunct professor at S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication where he taught sports broadcasting.

Some of Jason’s colleagues at ESPN include:

John Buccigross – Sportscaster

Ashley Brewer – Sports Anchor & Host

Katie George – Sports Anchor

Molly Qerim – Host

Samantha Ponder – Sunday NFL Countdown Host

Kevin Negandhi – Anchor & Host

Ben Baby – NFL Nation Reporter

Jason Benetti Salary

He receives quite an impressive amount from working as a play-by-play commentator for ESPN. Jason’s average salary is $103,000 annually.

Jason Benetti Net Worth

Having worked in the media industry for quite some time now, Jason has managed to secure quite a decent fortune. His net worth is $1,5 million.

Is Jason Benetti Married

He has not disclosed any information to the public concerning his married life and/or wife. Therefore we can’t clarify whether he is single, married, or dating.

Where Did Jason Benetti Go To High School

During his junior high, Jason ran his school’s NCAA tournament pool and later joined the radio broadcasters in high school. However, Jason has not revealed any information concerning what high school he attended.

How Much Money Does Jason Benetti Make

He has been working in the media and sports industry for quite some time now. Jason receives quite a fulfillment salary of $103,000 annually for working at ESPN as a play-by-play commentator.

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