Mark Packer ESPN Net Worth, Salary, Bio, Age, Parents, Wife, Career

Mark Packer Biography

Mark Packer is a well known American journalist. He serves as a sports host for the ACC Network, a section of ESPN devoted to sports from the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Packer, who co-hosts the ACC PM show on weekday afternoons, has a storied three decade radio and television career and has covered college sports extensively.

Mark Packer Net Worth

Packer has an estimated net worth of $500 thousand His job career is his main source of income. Having worked in the industry for quite some time now, Kirby has been able to secure a decent fortune for himself.

Mark Packer Salary

Packer receives a respectable wage from his job as a journalist. He receives an average annual salary of $60 thousand  which  translates to a monthly average wage of $5,000.

Year 2023 2024
Mark Packer Salary $60 thousand $70 thousand
Mark Packer Net Worth  $500 thousand  $550 thousand

Mark Packer Age

Details about his exact age are not publicly known. Hence, making it difficult to know when he was born and when he celebrates his birthday. We will update Packer’s age as soon as we have them from a credible source.

Mark Packer Height, Weight & Body Measurement

Packer stands proudly at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.65 meters or 165 centimeters), he exhibits an exquisite balance in his physique. Weighing approximately 55 kg (121 lbs), his body measurements are an enviable 34-28-38 centimeters.

Mark Packer Parents

Packer was born to Billy Packer and Barbara. Billy, a basketball analyst, recently passed away at the age of 82. About his mother, not much is known. Brandt Packer, his brother works as a producer for the American Golf Channel.

Mark Packer Wife & Kids

Packer is a happily married man to his lovely wife Dee Dee. After Mark was hired as a weekend sports anchor at WBIR (NBC), the couple got married and relocated to Knoxville in 1996.

They have three lovely daughters. Hillary, Blakelee and Presley are Packer’s three stunning daughters.

Mark Packer Education

Packer’s academic journey culminated in the attainment of a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics, which he earned from the esteemed Clemson University. This accomplishment reflects not only his dedication to higher education but also his multifaceted talents as an individual.

During his time at Clemson, Packer’s involvement extended beyond the classroom. He showcased his passion and prowess in the world of sports as a devoted member of the university’s golf team. This experience allowed him to develop valuable skills and foster lifelong friendships while representing Clemson with pride and integrity on the golf course.

Mark Packer Career

Early in his career, Packer was in charge of the radio and television networks at the Universities of Maryland and Clemson. Before relocating to Charlotte, he served as a broadcast consultant for LSU. There, he founded the sports marketing firm Time-Out Sports.

Packer serves as a host for the ACC Network, a section of ESPN devoted to sports from the Atlantic Coast Conference. He also co-hosts the ACC PM show on weekday afternoons, has a storied three decade radio and television career and has covered college sports extensively.

He co-hosted Packer and Durham, ACCN’s weekday morning show from 7 to 10 a.m., with Wes Durham for almost three years. Packer was one of the original hires for ACC Network in 2019.

For the August 2022 debut of the ACC PM weekday show, which he co-hosts with Taylor Tannebaum and originates from his basement studio in Charlotte, North Carolina, Packer switched to afternoons on the ACC Network. ACC PM started visiting campus locations on Football Fridays in August 2023. Packer is frequently joined by analysts EJ Manuel, Eric Mac Lain, and Mark Richt to preview ACC Football weekends in the ACC Huddle.

Before joining ESPN, “The Packman,” as he was affectionately known, was best known as the radio host of the syndicated “PrimeTime with the Packman” show on WFNZ-AM Charlotte. The radio show, which aired from 1997 to 2010, was the most popular sports program in the Carolinas and won numerous “Best Of” awards.

He ultimately made the decision to leave the show in order to focus on and manage his own sports and broadcasting ventures, which included Southern Fried FootballTM, new radio and television programs, and other marketing opportunities.

Initially hosting “College Basketball Today” on SiriusXM in January 2011, Packer later hosted “College Sports Today” every day during the week and “Off Campus with Mark Packer” on weekday afternoons on ESPNU Radio.

He hosted the SiriusXM Tailgate Show during the college football season in addition to the daily show. In addition to radio, Packer has also hosted his own television programs, such as the daily sports commentary on WVLT-TV’s 10 o’clock news.



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