Barry Jackson Biography
Barry Jackson is an American sportscaster. Currently, he serves as a sports reporter for The Miami Herald. Jackson has been working for the paper since he was a senior at Miami Beach High in 1986.
He graduated from the University of Miami and went ahead to cover the Miami Heat. Jackson worked for the paper even during Pat Riley’s first seven years with the franchise.
Since 1991, he has also written for the same as a sports media column. Jackson worked for the Florida Sports Buzz column since 2002 apart from that.
Barry Jackson Age
Barry Jackson was born in the United States of America. However, he has not disclosed any information about his exact age, date, day, and year of birth to the limelight.
Barry Jackson Height
Jackson stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in ( Approx 1.7m) tall.
Barry Jackson Family
Jackson was born to his amaizing father and mother in the United States of America. But he has not disclosed any detail regarding his parents and siblings to the media.
Barry Jackson Wife
Jackson’s marital status is not publically known.
Barry Jackson Children
Jackson’s children are not publically known.
Barry Jackson Education
Jackson earned his high school diploma from Miami Beach High. He later went to further his studies at the University of Miami.
Barry Jackson Salary
Jackson receives an annual salary of $54,439 according to The Miami Herald sports reporters salary.
Barry Jackson Net Worth
Jackson earns an approximate net worth that ranges from $100-$1 million US dollars.
Barry Jackson Miami Herald
The American daily newspaper called The Miami Herald is owned by the McClatchy Company. The company has its headquarters based in a city in western Miami-Dade County.
And the Miami metropolitan area called Doral, Florida. In 1903, The paper was launched and is the fifth-largest newspaper in Florida. Jackson has written for the Miami Herald since 1986. For the last 27-year.
The journalist has been a Miami Herald veteran covering South Florida’s major sports teams.
Barry Jackson Sports Buzz |Florida Sports Buzz
Jackson covers the latest news and nuggets from the South Florida sports world also, since 2002. He has been writing for the Florida Sports Buzz column. Jackson has also worked for other networks including South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
Kansas City Star, El Nuevo Herald, Tampa Bay Times, The Denver Post. Yahoo Sports, The (Toronto) Star, Chicago Tribune, Yahoo News, MSN, St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Lexington Herald-Leader, The Sacramento Bee, Boston Herald.The Charlotte Observer, among many others.