Who is Paul Burmeister?
Paul Burmeister is an American Sports Journalist working for NBC Sports and NBC Olympics. He is the studio host, play-by-play announcer, and reporter at NBC Sports.
Before joining NBC Sports, Burmeister worked as the national radio voice of Notre Dame football and NFL Network. He hosted NBC’s studio coverage of Tour de France for the 3rd year.
He worked at KCRG-TV in Cedar Rapids, IA, as a reporter, sports anchor, and color commentator, and at NBC affiliate KWWL in Waterloo, Iowa as a Weekend Sports Director.
Paul Burmeister Age
Burmeister is 51 years old as of 2022, he was born on 10 March 1971, in Iowa City, Iowa, United States.
Paul stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches (1.88 m) and weighs approximately 215 lb (98 kg).
Paul Burmeister Education
Paul attended Iowa City West High School, where he was named Mississippi Valley Conference Player of the Year. He then joined the University of Iowa and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in 1994, and a Master of Arts degree in 1997.
Paul Burmeister Parents
Paul is the son of John and Dorothy Burmeister in Iowa City. He was confirmed at age 14 and at about that time, the Black Plague took a frightful toll throughout Germany (about 1863).
Paul Burmeister Wife
Burmeister is married to his wife Anne Burmeister. His wife is an attorney who runs an independent law practice. They celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary in June 2021. Burmeister and his wife have two sons together.
Paul Burmeister Salary NBC
Burmeister earns an estimated annual salary of $89, 493 as a sportscaster at NBC.
Paul Burmeister Net Worth 2022
Burmeister is estimated to be worth $2 million as a sportscaster.
Paul Burmeister NBC Sports News
Since 2011, Burmeister has worked for NBC Sports as an NFL studio presenter and play-by-play commentator. Burmeister was the principal play-by-play voice for NBC Sports Network’s Mountain West Conference Football coverage in 2011 and 2012, working with NFL Hall of Famer Rod Woodson for the 2012 season.
He’s also worked on Football Night in America as a reporter. The English Premier League’s exclusive broadcast contract with NBC was renewed in November 2021. Burmeister has joined their studio staff, hosting “Premier League Live” throughout the week and “Premier League Mornings” on weekends.
He works with the NFL on a weekly basis throughout the year, co-hosting two podcasts: “The Chris Simms Unbuttoned podcast” and “The Peter King podcast.” He has also hosted and worked play-by-play for NBC’s coverage of The All American Bowl, the nation’s finest High School Football All-Star Game, for the past decade in early January.
During the winter, he is the play-by-play announcer for the Atlantic 10 regular season and conference tournament in March.
Burmeister was the face of NBC’s Premier Lacrosse League coverage from 2019 through 2021, hosting the league’s draft each spring, reporting from the sidelines during the season, and calling games from the booth.
Paul has also worked as a host for NHL Live, Pro Football Talk, The Dan Patrick Show, and America’s Cup. He’s done play-by-play for Notre Dame Football, Mountain West Conference football and basketball, Ivy League football, the Olympic Trials, and National Championships for Luge and Diving, as well as reporting from the Stanley Cup Finals.
Burmeister hosted the studio show Playbook, College Football Live, NFL Total Access, NFL Gameday Scoreboard, Around the League Live, and Path to the Draft at NFL Network from 2004 to 2014.
In January, he hosted and called the Senior Bowl for the networks, and in February, he was a frequent presenter and reporter for NFL Network’s Scouting Combine coverage.
NBC Sports Anchors and Reporters
-Jim Gordon (sportscaster)
Paul Burmeister Tour de France
Burmeister has been hosting Tour de France for NBC since 2016. hosting the coverage has become a staple for him at NBC.