Dario Melendez Biography
Dario Melendez works he works at Bally Sports Wisconsin, and FOX Sports. As Brewers & Bucks Host and Reporter, he commenced his work here in March 2018. Melendez served at New York 1 News as a Sports Anchor and Reporter for two years and seven months previously.
He is the Guinness world records holder for arranging a high tower of doughnuts with his eyes closed additionally.
Dario Melendez Age
Melendez was born in Boca Raton, Florida, in the United States. But he has not disclosed his exact date and day of birth. He is around 35 years old
Dario Melendez Height
Melendez stands at an average height of 5 ft 7 in/1.74 m tall.
Dario Melendez Education
Melendez attended and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Media studies from Sacred Heart University in 2008. He worked at the SPJ chapter as the president, at the Spectrum newspaper as a co-editor-in-chief, and as a member of the Sacred Heart Football team during his tenure here.
Dario Melendez Family
Melendez is quite secretive he has managed to hide details about his parents and siblings from the public.
Dario Melendez Wife
Melendez is happily married to Jen Lada, who works at ESPN as a reporter and host. And also appears on College GameDay Built by The Home Depot and College Football Live. She is a graduate of Marquette University College. And have three kids together Chase, Keira, and Layla they tied the knot on October 2, 2017.
Dario Melendez Salary
Melendez annually receives a salary of $75,000.
Dario Melendez Net Worth
Melendez has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Dario Melendez Career
Dario as of now works at Bally Sports Wisconsin, FOX Sports as Brewers & Bucks Host. And Reporter, he began working here in March 2018. He served at New York 1 News as a Sports Anchor and Reporter for two years and seven months previously.
Melendez also served as Worldwide Leader in Sports for over two years as ESPN’s SportsCenter Anchor, writer, and reporter. He is the Guinness world records holder for arranging a high tower of doughnuts with his eyes closed additionally.
Melendez also worked for two years and four months as a Sports Anchor and Reporter at WISN-TV. He was responsible for reporting on college, high school, local, and professional athletics. And producing, writing, anchoring, around Milwaukee previously.
Melendez served at Fox Sports Radio 1200 and 1460 as a Radio Personality for more than a year. Also on the College Tailgate show on Saturdays from 9 am to 12 pm. And the Red Zone shows every weekday from 3.00 pm to 7. oo pm, he worked as a co-host on both.
His career began with him working for three months at ABC Sports Miami as a sports intern. Melendez worked for five months at NBC Sports and NBCSports.com as an intern. His role was working with multimedia shows at NBCSports.com.
And serving with the Avid digital editing program also. Melendez’s first official job was at WINK-TV Sports and CBS Sports. In October 2008 where he worked as Weekend Sports Anchor and Reporter.