Before pursuing a career as a broadcast journalist, Kate Abdo obtained a BA Hons in European Languages from the University of Salford. Born Kate Giles, she spent her childhood in Manchester, England.
Known for his work with the UK broadcaster Sky Sports News, Abdo is also known as a sports journalist for the German broadcaster DWTV and the American CNN.
What is Kate Abdo’s Net Worth in 2021: Salary, Earnings and Career?
|Kate Abdo||Net Worth|
|Net Worth in 2021||$3 Million|
|Previous Year’s Net Worth (2020)||$2.5 million|
|Wealth Source||Journalism Career|
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It also allowed Sky Sports to cover the Premier League deadline day and to cover European football, including La Liga, the UEFA European Qualifiers and the Coppa Italia.
Kate Abdo’s career as a journalist
He began his career in sports journalism in 2003. He worked for six months in Munich and six months in Paris before joining the international news network Deutsche Welle. He later joined the editorial team of the Foreign Language Network. From September 2005 to September 2006 he did an internship in the network’s foreign language department. Abdo’s goal was to translate the stories from Spanish and German into English. Abdo rose through the ranks and became the sportscaster for Deutsche Welle. She was chosen to host sports shows for her services in both English and German due to her extensive knowledge of all three languages.
From 2006 to 2007 Abddo worked as a production assistant for the DFL. She was in charge of producing articles in Spanish and until June 2009 she worked as a sports presenter for Deutsche Welle. After leaving DW, Abdo works for CNN International. She has covered various events during the network’s Hispanic programming.
On July 3, 2011, Abdo left CNN to pursue other opportunities. Abdo joined Sky Sports News HD in August 2011 as a presenter. He was also the public face of the station. Abdo was actively involved in developing the network’s media coverage. In her role, she managed a team of 14 hosts and was a very capable leader.
Abdo began her career as a TV presenter for Sky Sports in the UK in January 2014. She has presented paid boxing programs for European Football, Transfer Deadline Day and Sky Sports News for Sky Sports.
In 2015, Fox Sports hired Kate Abdo to cover the Women’s World Cup. She moved to the United States and accepted a long-term job offer from Fox. Abdo then moved to CNN International. She also anchored World Sports, a daily show on CNN International. Since she left DW, she has followed various sporting events for CNN en Español. Abdo worked for CNN until July 2011.