How much the highest-paid sports broadcasters make

[post_page_title]Tony Kornheiser: $6 million[/post_page_title]
Tony Kornheiser may well go down in history as one of the most talented sportscasters there has ever been. He first started covering sports back in the 1970s when he worked as a columnist. His witty writing style made him a star, and The Washington Post has retained his services for 40 years.

Tony Kornheiser: $6 million

Kornheiser has moved into other mediums though, and he co-hosts the Emmy-winning show ‘Pardon the Interruption.’ The sportscaster also hosts his own podcast, ‘The Tony Kornheiser Show,’ which also contributes to his estimate salary of $6 million.

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