Keith Olbermann Podcast, Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, Girlfriend, ESPN, MSNBC, Salary, and Net Worth

Keith Olbermann Bio | Wiki

Keith Olbermann (Keith Theodore Olbermann) is an American journalist, who is also a sports and political commentator, as well as a writer. In the first two decades of his career, he was in sports journalism.

In addition, Keith also worked for CNN and local TV stations in the 1980s as a sports correspondent where he was honored by the California Associated Press with the Best Sportscaster award three times. Besides that, he served as a co-host from 1992 to 1997 for ESPN’s SportsCenter. Keith returned to ESPN’s SportsCenter program in January 2018 and later began some baseball play-by-play work in May 2018. He left ESPN on October 6, 2020, to begin a political commentary program on his YouTube channel.

Keith Olbermann Age

He was born on January 27, 1959, in New York City, in the United States. Keith is 64 years old.

Keith Olbermann Height

He is a man of tall stature. Keith stands at a height of 6 ft 4 in (Approx 1.93 m).

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Keith Olbermann Family

He was born to his parents Marie Katherine and Theodore Olberman in New York City. His mother was a preschool teacher while his father was a commercial architect. He belongs to German Descent although, on February 22, 2021, he claimed to have a stain of Russian heritage in his family. Keith has a younger sister named Jenna who was born in 1968 and is currently 55 years old in 2020.

He was raised in Westchester County in a Unitarian household in the town of Hastings-on-Hudson. His father passed on on March 13, 2010, due to complications from colon surgery while his mother had died several months before his father.

Keith Olbermann Wife

He has never been married. However, he was in a romantic relationship with Katy Tur who works for WNBC. Keith and Katy lived together for a period of three years while dating. In addition, Keith also dated Rebecca Lobo and  Laura Ingraham. Laura is an American conservative tv host currently hosting The Ingraham Angle on Fox News Channel.

Keith Olbermann Girlfriend | Partner

From his dating history, Keith had been in an open relationship with Katy Tur who is a broadcast journalist working for WNBC. The two began dating in 2006 and after living three years together they broke up in the year 2009 due to unknown reasons. Keith has also been in a romantic relationship with Rebecca Lobo, an American basketball analyst in 1995, and Laura Ingraham in the year 1997. However, he is believed to be currently single as there is no available information in regard to his love life.

Keith Olbermann Education

He attended Hackley Schley School in nearby Tarrytown, in Westchester County where he graduated in 1975. During his time at Hackley, Keith worked for WHTR where he served as a play-by-play announcer. He later joined Cornell University at the age of 16 where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication in 1979. While at Cornell, Keith served as a sports director for a student-run commercial radio station in Ithaca called WVBR.

Keith Olbermann Podcast | Countdown | Politics

He has a podcast called Countdown with Keith Olbermann. In this podcast, he provides news every night that is planned for the modern audience. Keith takes a fast-paced look at the top five news stories of the day ranging from politics to pop culture and also from the mainstream to the oddball. In addition, he offers uncompromising editorial commentary that most news organizations have become scared to practice. The audio podcast is updated daily by iHeartRadio.

Keith Olbermann And Katy Tur

He had been dating Katy Tur from 2006 to 2009. Katy is an American journalist and author currently working for NBC News as a correspondent. Keith and Katy lived together for the three years they had been dating before they broke up in 2009 and went their separate ways. However, after their breakup, Katy claimed that Keith will always be his friend.

She was born on October 26, 1983, in Los Angeles, California, and is currently 39 years old in 2023. Katy got married to her husband Tony Dokoupil in the year 2017 and is blessed with two children. In addition, she has two stepchildren from her husband’s previous marriage.

Keith Olbermann And Dan Patrick

He regularly co-hosted SportsCenter’s 11:00 p.m. show on ESPN2 along with Dan Patrick, where the two became a famous anchor team. In addition, Keith and Dan co-authored a book titled The Big Show. In that book, they talk about their experience, working at SportsCenter.

Keith Olbermann Laura Ingraham

He has dated quite famous news personalities including Katy Tur from 2006-2009, Rebecca Lobo in 1995, and Laura Ingraham in 1997. Laura is an American conservative tv host working for Fox News Channel as the host of The Ingraham Angle. In addition, she also works for LifeZette as the editor-in-chief. Laura was born in 1963 in Glastonbury, Connecticut.

In addition, she was also in a relationship with George Conway and Dinesh D’Souza, who are also conservatives. Laura is a single mother t three children, a girl named Maria who was adopted in 2008 from Guatemala, a boy named Michael Dmitri who was adopted in 2009 from Russia, and another boy named Nikolai Peter who was adopted in 2011 from Russia. Her marital status is believed to be currently single.

Keith Olbermann On ESPN

He first joined ESPN’s SportsCenter in the year 1992, a position he held until 1997. Keith joined ESPN 2 serving as its “marquee” personality to help launch the network. He regularly co-hosted SportsCenter’s 11 p.m. show along with Dan Patrick. Keith then co-authored a book titled The Big Show together with Patrick regarding their experiences working at SportsCaster. In the year 1997, he was suspended from ESPN for a period of two weeks after he made an unauthorized appearance on The Daily Show on Central Comedy with Craig Kilborn, who was the host and former ESPN colleague.

Keith abruptly left ESPN later in 1997 under a cloud of controversy seemingly burning his bridges with the network’s management. In November 2002, he published an essay on Salon called Mea Culpa. Keith was not included in ESPN’s guest lineup in the year 2004, for its 25th anniversary SportsCenter called “Reunion Week” which saw both Craig Kilborn and Cahcarley Steiner return to the SportsCenter set.

On July 17, 2013, it was announced that Keith would be hosting his own one-hour nightly show on ESPN2. The two-year contract permitted him to diverge from the topic of sports into domains such as pop culture and current events and also politics. In the year 2015, he was suspended by ESPN for a week after Penn State University’s annual philanthropy THON due to the Twitter exchange he had with Penn State Supporters. Later in July 2015, ESPN announced that it would be Keith’s last month working with the network.

He made his third return in January 2018, where he presented occasional commentaries on SportsCenter around the first half of 2018. His role at ESPN expanded in May 2018, which included a return to the role of SportsCenter host as well as the addition of occasional ESPN Major League Baseball play-by-play.

Some of Keith’s colleagues at ESPN included:

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

Jason Benetti – Play-by-Play Commentator

Ben Baby – NFL Nation Reporter

Keith Olbermann On MSNBC

In the year 1997, Keith left ESPN to serve as a host of a prime-time show on MSNBC called The Big Show. The news-driven program considerable discussion, counted on Keith to convey the 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. hour. In most cases, the show covered three or four topics during the one-hour broadcast. In addition, he also hosted two Sunday editions of NBC Nightly News as well as co-anchored a Saturday edition of the Today Show. Throughout that period, Keith together with Hannah Storm served as co-hosts of the NBC Sports, pre-game coverage of the MLB 1997 World Series.

He was frustrated that his show had been consumed by the Monica Lewinsky scandal and left the station in 1998 as he stated that his work at the station would make him cry, ashamed, and depressed. Keith joined Fox Sports Net and later left in 2001 where he returned to news journalism.  Besides that, he also wrote a weekly column for from July 2002 to early 2003. Keith served as a freelance reporter for CNN and was also a fill-in for newscaster Paul Harvey. In the year 2003, Keith shortly resuscitated his association with MSNBC where he served as a substitute host on Nachman as well as an anchor for the network’s coverage of the war in Iraq.

Keith Olbermann Awards

He obtained a Cable ACE award in 1995 for Best Sportscaster. In addition, Keith obtained an Edward R. Murrow Award in 2003, for his writing on a show called “Keith Olbermann Speaking of Everything”.

Keith Olbermann Salary

He makes quite an impressive amount from all his duties as a sportscaster, podcaster, writer, and political commentator. Keith receives an average salary of $2 million annually.

Keith Olbermann Net Worth

He is a well-known journalist and has years and years of experience in the sports field. Keith has been working with various media industries for quite some time and has managed to accumulate a hefty fortune. His net worth is $25 million.

Is Keith Olbermann Married

Keith has never been married, perhaps he is waiting for the right woman. However, he has been dating various well-known media personalities including Katy Tur, Laura Ingraham, and Rebecca Lobo.

Who Is Keith Olbermann

He is an American journalist who is a sports and political commentator as well as a writer. He has worked for ESPN, ESPN2, Fox Sports Network, and MSNBC among many other stations as a sports anchor. Currently, he hosts the Countdown podcast on iHeart Media every weekday.

How Much Is Keith Olbermann Worth

He has worked in the media industry for more than three decades and has been able to get an enormous net worth of $25 million.

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