John Giannone Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth MSG Network

John Giannone

John Giannone

John Giannone Biography

John Giannone presently works at Maddison Square Garden (MSG) Networks.  As a New York Rangers Reporter, he started working here in February 2002. Giannone is responsible for the NY Rangers telecasts, pre, and post-game, and on Ice-level and in-game.  He worked at CNN as a Sports Field Reporter for four years and six months before.

John Giannone Age

Giannone was born in the United States. But he has not released his exact age details. Giannone seems to be around 58 years old.

John Giannone Height

Giannone stands at an average height of 5 ft 10 in/1.78 m tall.

John Giannone Education

Giannone earned a bachelor’s degree in Communication. And Media studies graduating in 1985 from Fordham University.  He served at WFUV-FM radio as Sportscaster and Sports Director while at the university.

John Giannone Family

Giannone has a brother called Bill who is married to Maureen. Their son dies during their HS swim meet. However, details regarding his parent’s whereabouts remain away from the public.

John Giannone Wife

Giannone is a married man, however, he has not shared out details of his better half.

John Giannone Salary

Giannone annually receives a salary of $65,637.

John Giannone Net Worth

Giannone approximated a net worth of $1 million.

John Giannone Career

Giannone works at Madison Square Garden (MSG) Networks as New York Rangers Reporter.  He began working here in February 2002. Giannone is responsible for the NY Rangers telecasts on pre and post-game, Ice-level.

in-game, prior, his role was working at the MSG SportsDesk as an anchor.  Co-host of issue-oriented program Angles, backup play-by-play for Knicks. And Liberty basketball, and Red Bulls soccer as well as play-by-play. For Brooklyn Cyclones and Little League World Series baseball.

Giannone worked at CNN as a Sports Field Reporter for four years and six months before. He took part in covering major sports events like Women’s World Cup soccer. NBA Finals, Stanley Cup Final, US Open/PGA Golf majors, Olympics, World Series, and Super Bowl.

Giannone worked at New York Post for over five years as a Sports Writer and Editor before.He also served at NY Islanders between 1989 and 1990.  As a beat reporter and from 1992 to 1993 at NY Giants.

Giannone covered general assignment stories and wrote columns and features. His career began while he worked as a Researcher for  NFL Today. A Statistician, and PA at CBS Sports in June 2005.