Jack Korte Biography
Jack Korte is an American NBC5 Sportsdesk Anchor/Reporter. He joined the team in the middle of July 2015 and hit the ground running. Prior to working for NBC5, Jack was a sports anchor and reporter for KOMU-8 News, the NBC affiliate in Columbia, Missouri.
Jack Korte Age
Apparently, information about his age has not yet been updated.
Jack Korte Personal Life
Jack was born in Michigan and lived there until he was 10. From that point, he moved to the suburbs of Chicago until the end of his high school years, before finally moving to the Show-Me State, Missouri, for his collegiate schooling.
Jack Korte Education
He graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism with a bachelors degree in broadcast journalism in 2015.
Jack Korte Career
He joined the team in the middle of July 2015 and hit the ground running. Prior to working for NBC5, Jack was a sports anchor and reporter for KOMU-8 News, the NBC affiliate in Columbia, Missouri. He also gained valuable experience working for Comcast SportsNet-Chicago alongside some of the city’s best sports reporters. Jack has covered a wide range of events: from high school baseball to track and field, from Missouri Tigers football games to the 2014 World Series in Kansas City — a highlight of his career thus far.
When Jack’s not posted up at a sporting event lugging around a 50 lb. camera, you can find him shooting hoops at a gym, catching up on Game of Thrones, or taking advantage of the numerous hiking opportunities in the area.
Jack Korte Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $million, but the amount is yet to reveal and is still under review. His major source of income is his journalism career where she is working for years. According to some sources, a Journalist earns an average salary of $61k. Whereas a best news reporter makes the salary that ranges from $75k to $80k.
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Published: Mar 27, 2019
BURLINGTON, Vt. —
The UVM men’s basketball team has grown accustomed to playing an extremely difficult, taxing non-conference schedule over the past few years. That sentiment will not change during the 2019-20 athletics season for the Catamounts. Vermont Head Coach John Becker confirmed UVM will pay a visit to perennial Atlantic Coast Conference power Virginia and the Big East’s St. John’s as part of the Hall of Fame Tip-Off Classic in November.
Becker confirmed the upcoming road games during Wednesday’s season-ending media availability following Vermont’s 76-69 loss to Florida State in the NCAA tournament’s first round last week. Becker also confirmed UVM will visit St. Bonaventure, Bucknell, Northeastern and Ivy League schools Yale, Harvard, and Dartmouth as part of the Catamounts’ non-conference road schedule. Vermont will play two games against mid-major schools at Mohegan Sun as part of the Hall of Fame Tip-Off.
Those two games will come against either Central Connecticut State, Rider or Columbia. The home portion of UVM’s non-conference schedule will feature games against Lipscomb, Boston University, Towson and George Washington, Becker confirmed. Becker also said UVM will look to add one additional game against a high-major program before the season begins. Vermont finished its 2018-19 non-conference schedule with a 10-4 record. Members of the New York State Correctional Officers and Police Benevolent Association braved the North Country’s hot summer temperatures Saturday for an annual fundraiser. The fourth annual volleyball tournament was held at the Plattsburgh City Beach. “It’s great for everybody involved,” NYSCOPBA member Travis Lanier said.
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