Rob King Biography
Rob King presently serves at ESPN as a Senior Vice President and Editor-At-Large, content. He worked for Philadelphia Newspapers Inc as a Deputy Managing Editor prior.
Rob King Age
King was born in Washington, D.C., in the United States. However, he has not disclosed his exact age details. He may be around 59 years old.
Rob King Height
King stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 9 in/1.75m tall.
Rob King Education
King completed his high school course in 1980 at Charles W. Woodward High School. He earned himself a bachelor of arts in English in 1984 from Wesleyan University. King furthered his studies by enrolling at Penn State University to study journalism moreover.
Rob King Family
King’s parents are Colbert Isaiah, who works for the Washington Post as a Columnist. And Gwendolyn Stewart a well-known American businesswoman, who used to work. As a commissioner under President George H.W. Bush for the U.S. Social Security Administration. He was brought up together with his younger brother and sister. His parents live in Washington, D.C.
Rob King Wife
King is a married man, and together they have three kids, two daughters and a son named Eli. Although he has not shared out his wife’s identity.
Rob King Salary
King receives an annual salary of $152,000.
Rob King Net Worth
King has an accumulated net worth of $3 million.
Rob King Career
King as of now works at ESPN as the Senior Vice President and Editor-At-Large. Content since March 2020, while serving in that role, he is responsible for ESPN’s overall global content, storytelling. Working closely with leaders across ESPN Films, digital content, multi-platform journalism, and journalistic direction.
King serves as a Senior Vice President, Editorial, Print & Digital Media before. He also served as a Senior Vice President, Editorial, Print & Digital Media, Editor-in-Chief for ESPN Digital Media. And also for ESPN.com, VP as an Editor-in-Chief during her time at ESPN.
King worked for Philadelphia Newspapers Inc as a Deputy Managing Editor prior. He served as a presentation editor, director of photography, and graphic artist. For the Louisville Courier-Journal during his career in the newspaper.
King worked for Gannett Newspapers as a Graphics editor before. He worked for The Washington Post as a Copy Aide and also as a Graphics artist for Commercial News moreover.