Mike Missanelli Bio, Age, Salary, Net Worth, The Fanatic WPEN

Mike Missanelli Biography

Mike is a sports radio personality for ESPN affiliate, 97.5 The Fanatic WPEN (FM), in Philadelphia.

Mike Missanell Age

Missanelli was born in Bristol, PA but the year, month or date he wasborn remains a mistery.

Mike Missanell Salary and Net Worth

Although his annual salary is not known, Missanelli  has an estimated net worth of$ 1 million U.S. dollars which he has accumulated as a radio presenter.

Mike Missanell Education

Missanelli went to Pennsylvania State University (Penn State), where he played college baseball as a second baseman for the Penn State Nittany Lions. He graduated from Penn State in 1977. He is also a 1986 graduate of the Delaware Law School of Widener University at the same time he was working for the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Mike Missanell The Fanatic WPEN

Born and raised in Bristol, Pennsylvania, Missanelli started his career there as a newspaper writer, working at the Philadelphia Inquirer and eventually moved over to radio working on-air at 610 WIP and 93.3 WMMR. He joined WPHL-TV in 2000 where he worked as sports director and anchor.

Mike Missanell Photo

In 2003, Missanelli left the station when his contract expired. In January 2010, he signed a new multi-year deal at ESPN affiliate, 97.5 The Fanatic. In January 2003, he was fired from 610 WIP and started a show with Joe Conklin on WMMR. Missanelli is also a professor at Saint Joseph’s University.

Durring an interview with Philadelphia Eagles kicker David Akers, Missanelli called the Eagles kicker a “girl” and criticized him for not being “a real athlete” and referred to him as “just a kicker”. Missanelli was fired from WIP in 2006 after an altercation with an on-site producer in which it was alleged that he hit the producer.

Mike Missanelli has repeatedly battled the perceptions of Philadelphia fans, as he himself has written, “Let me assure that when I tear into a guest, like Michael Wilbon or a Skip Bayless or a Keith Law, it’s for a good reason that has absolutely nothing to do with me personally and everything to do with having the backs of the people, who have had to tread the filthy water of Philly fan perception, fostered by lazy national media nitwits, way too long.” Philadelphia Magazine profiled Missanelli in July 2010, in an article describing the Philadelphia sports talk radio ratings war.

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