Steve Mears Biography
Steve Mears presently works on AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh. As the television play-by-play voice of the Pittsburgh Penguins. He worked as a director of media relations and broadcasting from 2002–to 2006 for the Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs of the Central Hockey League before.
Steve Mears Age
Mears was born in Murrysville, Pennsylvania, the United States of America on January 22, 1980. He is 42 years old.
Steve Mears Height
Mears stands at an approximate height of 5 ft 10 in/1.78m tall.
Steve Mears Education
Mears completed his high school course at Franklin Regional High School. In 2002, he studied at Bowling Green State University and graduated. During his tenure there he worked for the BGSU Falcons as the play-by-play voice.
Steve Mears Family
Steve Mears Wife
Mears has not shared out the identity of his soulmate despite being a public figure. Hence, isn’t known whether he is single, dating, married, or divorced.
Steve Mears Salary
Mears annually earn a salary of $69,574.
Steve Mears Net Worth
Mears has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Steve Mears Career
He began his NHL broadcasting debut on October 5, 2006. During a New York Islanders vs Phoenix Coyotes game. Mears served for three seasons with the Islanders before working with the Pittsburgh Penguins Radio Network.
He worked with the Penguins for four seasons, while working there he covered their TV and radio game broadcasts Additionally. Mears also hosted “Penguins Live” on Pittsburgh Penguins 24/7 Radio. And also worked on PensTV on the official team website as a contributor.
He also worked at Pittsburgh Penguins games on AT&T SportsNet as the play-by-play tv announcer. On May 16, 2017, he took over from Paul Steigerwald. After Mears provided coverage of the 2012 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs.
As well as the Stanley Cup Final, he made his NHL Network debut in 2012. He officially became part of the NHL Network team as their co-host of NHL Now in February 2013. Mears was titled the Central Hockey League Broadcaster of the Year while working for the Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs in 2005.
He agreed to work as a radio play-by-play broadcaster for the New York Islanders of the National Hockey League in the summer of 2006.