Marc Moser Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth NHL

Marc Moser

Marc Moser

Marc Moser Biography

Marc Moser works at Altitude Sports and Entertainment. As a Play-by-Play, Colorado Avalanche NHL since August 2007. He worked at Lincoln Financial Media, 104.3 The Fan as a Sports Talk Show Host prior. Moser served at NewsTalk 1530, KFBK as a Sports Director before.

Marc Moser Age

Moser was born in Sacramento, California, in the United States. However,  he has not disclosed exact details on his age, month, day, and year of birth.

Marc Moser Height

Moser stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 9 in/1.75 m tall.

Marc Moser Education

Moser studied and graduated with a bachelor’s degree. In broadcast journalism from California States University in Sacramento.

Marc Moser Family

Moser has managed to hide details about her parents and siblings away from the media.

Marc Moser Wife

Moser is a married man but he has not shared out her identity. The couple is blessed to have a kid named Brooke.

Marc Moser Salary

Moser annually receives a salary of $ 77,251.

Marc Moser Net Worth

Moser has an accumulated net worth of $1 million.

Marc Moser Career

Moser presently serves at Altitude Sports and Entertainment.  Since August 2007 as a Play-by-Play, Colorado Avalanche NHL. He worked at Lincoln Financial Media, 104.3 The Fan as a Sports Talk Show Host.

Before Moser served at NewsTalk 1530, KFBK as a Sports Director. And he worked on the highly popular “Avalanche Talk” on the network flagship sports station as a daily sports-talk show host prior.

 He also serves on “Golf At Altitude” as a regular contributor/host. And the designated maker of birdies and at Altitude Sports Radio 92.5.  As a sports talk show host besides him working at Avalanche.
Moser also worked at KFBK Radio in Sacramento, Calif as the Sports Director. Where he worked as a host of a nightly sports talk show and in the Big Sky Conference. On the California State University Sacramento football and basketball teams in the bargain.
Moser also served at the Sacramento Gold Miners of the Canadian Football League. And provided extensive coverage and reporting on the Sacramento Kings. Of the NBA as a sideline reporter and host.
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