What does Doris Burke from espn make yearly?
While there's no specific published information about Doris' salary as a sideline reporter and color analyst for ESPN, we do know that a typical sport's analyst salary is around $40,768 per GlassDoor.com and ESPN employee reports, lower than what many viewers would expect. It is not until an analyst is featured prominently on the network, that the salary rises. We suspect that Doris' salary is higher than average based on her tenure and experience.
Doris Burke is a versatile basketball commentator who has covered basketball for ESPN since March 1991, she works a variety of ESPN assignments, including the NBA, men’s basketball regular-season and Championship Week, women’s basketball regular-season and NCAA Championship, WNBA games, ESPN Regional Television Big East men’s basketball contests, in addition to other ESPN properties.
She was the first woman to cover Knicks radio/television broadcast (2000) and a Big East men’s basketball game on television. Doris is from Manasquan, New Jersey and graduated from Providence College with a degree in health service administration/social work and also earned her master’s in education at Providence.
In ESPN news, former WNBA president Val Ackerman has shared concerns that the NCAA women's game had leveled off in terms of attendance, interest, popularity and marketability. She feels that "women's basketball has to definitively separate itself from men's. The women's game needs to carve out its own distinct place in the sports landscape and to more aggressively champion what makes it special."