Tom Goldman Biography
Tom Goldman is an American journalist who serves as NPR’s sports correspondent. His reports can be heard on NPR news programs such as Morning Edition and All Things Considered, as well as on NPR.org.
Tom Goldman Age
Goldman likes to keep his personal life private hence he has not yet disclosed the date, month, or year he was born. However, he might be in his 50’s.
Tom Goldman Height
Goldman stands at a height of 1.6 meters.
Tom Goldman Family
Goldman has managed to keep his personal life away from the limelight hence he has not disclosed any information about his parents. It is also not known if Tom has any siblings.
Tom Goldman Wife
Goldman is very private about his personal life therefore it is not known if he is in any relationship. There are also no rumors of Tom being in any past relationship with anyone.
Tom Goldman Net Worth
Goldman has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million-$5 Million which he has earned through his successful career as a journalist.
Tom Goldman Salary
Goldman earns an annual salary ranging from $ 45,000 – $ 110,500.
Tom Goldman NPR
NPR’s sports correspondent is Goldman. His reports can be heard on NPR news programs such as Morning Edition and All Things Considered, as well as on NPR.org. Goldman reporting covers the broad gamut of athletics from the people to the business of athletics, with a beat encompassing the whole world of professional sports, both in and outside of the United States.
Goldman has covered every major sporting event, including the Super Bowl, the World Series, the NBA Finals, golf and tennis championships, and the Olympic Games, throughout his nearly 30-year tenure with NPR.
His work is broad, incorporating both perspective and context. Goldman frequently investigates why people do what they do, whether it’s solo sailing across the world or competing for a gold medal. Goldman looks for stories about inspirational and approachable amateur and professional athletes in his reporting.
Goldman was nominated for a 2009 Edward R. Murrow Award for his coverage of the 2008 Beijing Olympics, as well as a 2010 Murrow Award for his participation in the “Friday Night Lives” high school football series. Goldman’s feature about Native American basketball players won the Dick Schaap Excellence in Sports Journalism Award from Northeastern University’s Center for the Study of Sport in Society in 2004 and the Radio-Television News Directors Association’s Unity Award in 2004.
Goldman joined NPR’s Morning Edition as an associate producer for sports in January 1990. He reported, edited, and produced stories and programs for the next seven years. He became NPR’s first full-time sports correspondent in June 1997.
Goldman served as a news reporter and then news director for local public radio for five years prior to joining NPR. He lived on an Israeli kibbutz for a year in 1984. He had taken his first professional radio position with the Alaska Public Radio Network in Anchorage, Alaska, two years previously.
Goldman is currently working at NPR where he works alongside other famous NPR anchors and reporters including;
- Richard Gonzales
- Eleanor Beardsley
- Ramtin Arablouei
- Amanda Aronczyk
- Deborah Amos
- Daniel Alarcon
- Bobby Allyn
- Greg Allen
- Rund Abdelfatah