Sports TV/Radio Personalities 19 people
Mark Schlereth / $16,750 - $25,250
3-time Super Bowl Champion; All-Pro Offensive Guard Redskins; Entrepreneurial Foodie, TV Personality
Trey Wingo / $20,001 - $30,500
Co-Host of ESPN's "SportsCenter" and Host of "NFL Live"
Erin Andrews / $40,000 - $62,750
Fox Sports Correspondent, Co-Host of "Dancing with the Stars"
Lou Holtz / $47,250 - $60,000
Retired American Football Coach, Active Sportscaster, Author and Motivational Speaker
Howie Long / $64,000
NFL Hall of Famer and Superbowl Champion; Fox NFL Sunday Studio Analyst
NFL analyst for ESPN and a Former Linebacker for the Denver Broncos
Kenny Mayne / $10,000 - $20,500
Sports Journalist, Broadcaster and Comedian; known for "The Mayne Event," "SportsCenter"
Scott Van Pelt
American Sportscaster and Talk Show Host; Known for Co-Anchor on "SportsCenter"
Billy Packer / $9,250 - $23,150
Former Sportscaster and Published Author; "Hoops" and "Why We Win"
Brent Musburger / $19,750 - $33,850
Dick Vitale / $50,000 - $75,250
College Basketball Analyst, ABC Sports and ESPN
J.A. Adande is a sports columnist for the Los Angeles Times and a guest on the show "Around the Horn."
Barry Melrose / $15,000
Barry Melrose is considered by some as the face of the NHL.
Al Michaels / $50,000 - $125,250
Respected Television Sportscaster Currently at NBC After Three Decades with ABC
Kolber who is a football sideline reporter, co-producer, and anchor for ESPN and ABC Sports.
Rich Eisen / $22,151 - $33,850
Lead Anchor on the NFL Network, Former Host of ESPN's SportsCenter
Michael Wilbon / $29,250 - $32,750
Co-host of ESPN's "Pardon The Interuption"; Washington Post Columnist