Brendan Burke is a sportscaster presently working for MSG Networks. The New York Islanders, NBC Sports, and Turner Sports. In the ECHL became the youngest broadcaster after Burke was hired by the Wheeling Nailers at the age of 22.
Burke was honored of the Year as the 2008 ECHL Broadcaster while serving with Nailers. He was selected to broadcast ECHL All-Star Game 2008 also. Burke for the Big Ten Network called college hockey additionally.
In 2014, Paul was named by the Sportscasters Talent Agency of America to the list released. Of “Top 30 Sportscasters Under 30”. On July 30, 2015, Burke. For the 2014- 2015 season won the James H. Ellery Memorial Award.
The award is in recognition of the American Hockey League of outstanding media coverage and is presented annually.
Burke was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States of America, on July 8, 1984. He is 37 years old.
He stands at a height of 5 ft 7 inches /Approx 1.7 m tall.
Burke joined New Jersey’s Paramus Catholic High School for his high school diploma. He attended Ithaca College in Ithaca, New York for his further studies in 2006.
Burke is a secretive person when it comes to details regarding his family members and siblings.
He is married to her better-half wife called Mary Burke. The duo shares two amazing and good-looking children.
Burke receives an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000, according to Turner Sports anchors/reporters’ salaries.
He has an approximated net worth of $1 million – $5 million U.S dollars.
Burke filled on KMOX radio for select games for the NHL’s St. Louis Blues as the play-by-play broadcaster during the 2011-12 NHL season. He was head of public relations by the Utica Comets and employed as the play-by-play broadcaster in July 2013.
Burke along with analyst Ben Leber for college football broadcasts on Fox Sports Net handles as a play-by-play reporter. In 2015, he was part of the team for the AHL All-Star Classic. Burke following the season for “outstanding media coverage was honored with the league’s James H. Ellery Award.
He has appeared on Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports Net which he calls college basketball and football since 2012. Burke previously served for the St. Louis Blues on KMOX as a fill-in radio play-by-play announcer.
He served there from 2009 to 2012. He handled from 2008 to 2013 the play-by-play. For The St. Louis Blues affiliated team in the AHL and Peoria (IL) Rivermen. Burke served the team as the Director of Communications also.
He launched with the ECHL’s Wheeling Nailers (WV) by working his professional hockey. Burke was named of the Year for the 2007- 2008 season ECHL Broadcaster while there.