It has been announced that veteran sports broadcaster and television host Rachel Nichols’ ESPN daily NBA show The Jump has been cancelled. Following the news, some are curious to know Rachel Nichols’ salary as part of the network.
What was Rachel Nichols’ salary from ESPN?
Rachel Nichols is known to many for her daily NBA show The Jump on ESPN. Although the show which first aired in 2016 is reported to have been cancelled after just five years on-screen.
Following the news, some are curious to know Rachel Nichols’ salary and how much she made as part of the network.
According to TMZ, ESPN is said to still be honouring the sports host’s contract with the network despite The Jump being cancelled.
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What is the sports host’s net worth?
With an estimated salary of $1.5 million, it is no surprise that Rachel Nichols’ net worth is said to be in the millions.
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Rachel Nichols’ career explored
Rachel Nichols’ reporting career started in 1995 as she graduated from Northwestern University with a bachelors in journalism.
In 2004 she moved into broadcasting as part of ESPN. Nichols worked for the network for almost a decade, covering major sporting events and conducting interviews with a range of sports stars, including LeBron James.