John Barr ESPN Net Worth, Salary, Bio, Age, Parents, Wife, Career

John Barr  Biography

John Barr is a well known American Journalist born in the United States. He is currently working for ESPN’s Enterprise Unit and is headquartered in Philadelphia. Outside the Lines and E:60, he primarily covers investigative and human-interest stories.  He  started working for ESPN in June 2003 as an Atlanta-based reporter for the news gathering department. .

John Barr  Net Worth

Barr has an estimated net worth of $800 thousand. His job career as a sports media personality has earned him a decent fortune. Having worked in the industry for quite some time.

John Barr  Salary

Barr receives a respectable wage from working as a sports media personality. He receives an average annual salary of $70 thousand which translates to a monthly salary of $5,333.33.

Year 2023 2024
John Barr Salary $70 thousand $80 thousand
John Barr Net Worth  $800 thousand   $850 thousand

John Barr  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 Barr’s age as soon as we have them from a credible source.

John Barr Height, Weight & Body Measurement

Barr stands proudly at a height of 5 feet 6 inches , he exhibits an exquisite balance in his physique. Weighing approximately 76kg (167lbs), his body measurements are an enviable 34-28-38 centimeters.

John Barr Parents

Barr was born and raised in London, Ontario, Canada by his parents. We tried to learn more about his family, but were unsuccessful because no such information is available in the public.

Therefore, it is still unknown who his parents are. Furthermore, it is unknown if he has any siblings. Once the information is available, we will update this section.

John Barr Wife

Barr is a married man, but he is very secretive when it comes to his personal life. There is no information about the identity of his wife as he prefers to keep off the public eye. It is also not known whether they have children or not. However, the information will be updated as soon as it is available.

John Barr Education

In 1992,  Barr proudly obtained his master’s degree in journalism from Indiana University, marking a significant milestone in his academic journey. This achievement was a testament to his dedication and commitment to the field of journalism.

Prior to his master’s degree, Barr had laid the groundwork for his academic success by earning a Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science from the prestigious University of Toronto in 1989. During his undergraduate years, he immersed himself in the rich tapestry of historical and political knowledge, further fueling his passion for these fields.

Barr’s dual degrees, one in journalism and the other in history and political science, not only showcased his versatility but also laid the foundation for a career that would later see him excel in the legal and political arenas, demonstrating his well-rounded and multifaceted approach to intellectual pursuits.

John Barr Career

In June 2003, John Barr started working for ESPN as a reporter for their news department. He presently works for ESPN’s Enterprise Unit and is headquartered in Philadelphia. He covers investigative and human-interest stories mostly for Outside the Lines and E:60. Along with contributing to, his duties also include reporting breaking news and important events for SportsCenter.

Prior to working for ESPN, Barr had his own production company from 2002 to 2003, creating and reporting on programs and segments for Court TV and The National Geographic Channel. KSTP-TV in Minneapolis/St. Paul (1999–2002); WBFF–TV in Baltimore (1997–1999); WHTM–TV in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania (1995–1997); WTHI–TV in Terre Haute, Indiana (1993–1959); TV–43 in Hopkinsville, Kentucky (1992–1999); and WFIU–FM in Bloomington, Indiana (1990–1992) were the stations where he worked as a reporter before that.

A two-time Peabody Award winner for reporting, Barr was honored for his coverage of the NFL’s concussion crisis in 2013 and the Larry Nassar sexual assault scandal in 2019, which led to significant reforms at Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics. The Nassar narrative is chronicled in his book, Start by Believing, which he co-wrote with colleague ESPN reporter Dan Murphy and will be published in 2020.

For the first time ever, a sports network received the National Edward R. Murrow Award for video investigative reporting in 2011 for Barr’s Outside the Lines broadcast on human trafficking and the 2010 World Cup. For his work at ESPN and in regional television, Barr has received a plethora of honors, including eight Regional Emmy Awards.

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