John Seibel Biography
John Seibel is an American broadcaster. He was born in 1970. He is the former host of KDTKA’s afternoon drive show, Seibel, Starkey, and Miller in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on 93.7.
He graduated from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Telecommunication at Arizona State University in 1997. He was the schools Outstanding Graduate. He was also in the U.S Airforce as from January 1989 to September 1991.
He was a part of the Early Warning Missile Defense systems for NORAD at Falcon Air Force Station. He then served in the Hawaii Air National Guard from September 1991-May 1994 in a communications mobility unit. While in Hawaii, Seibel was also a television more uplink for Vision Accomplished.
John Seibel Age
He was born in 1970
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John Seibel Wife
He is married to, Heather, They met at ESPN and their love story was featured in TLC’s, A Wedding Story.
John Seibel kids
john seibel has 3 children together born in 2007, 2009 and 2011.
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John Seibel Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $ 250,000.
John Seibel Career
John Seibel worked at ESPN for 9 years before he moved to Pittsburgh in January 2010. He was one of the more versatile commentators at the Worldwide Leader.
He anchored ESPNews as from October 2000 until he left in 2009. This role was accompanied by assuming many roles at ESPN Radio. In the summer of 2000, he was the weekend host for GameNight before he joined ESPN Radio full-time.
He hosted NFL on ESPN Radio, The Baseball Show, GameNight, The SportsBash, The Huddle with Mike Ditka, SportsNation, Football Tonight and Baseball Tonight for 7 years that he was in the Radio. He had joined ESPN from KIMO-TV located in Anchorage, Alaska.
Here, he was a sports director of the ABC affiliate for 3 years. He won the Alaska Broadcasters Association Goldie Award for Best Play-by-Play and Best Live Event all the 3 years. He also won the Best Entertainment Program back in 2000. He was named the NSSA’s Sportscaster of the year back in 1997.