How much the highest-paid sports broadcasters make

[post_page_title]Skip Bayless: $6 million[/post_page_title]
Skip isn’t his birth name, but since John Edward Bayless II was a child, his parents called him ‘Skip.’ That name stuck and he has legally changed his name to Skip, just to make sure everyone calls him it.

Skip Bayless: $6 million

Bayless’ career began as a journalist in printed media, before moving to broadcasting later in life. Bayless was recruited by Fox Sports when he became the co-host of ‘Skip and Shannon: Undisputed.’ He’s now a big name in the world of sportscasting and earns a reported $6 million per year.

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