Kate Abdo before beginning her career as a broadcast journalist, she earned an honors degree in European Languages from the University of Salford. Born Kate Giles, she spent her childhood in Manchester, England.
Famous for her work with the United Kingdom’s Sky Sports News channel, Abdo is also notable as a sports journalist for both Germany’s DW-TV channel and the United States’ CNN network.
What is the net worth of Kate Abdo in 2021: Salary, Income & Career.
Kate Abdo Net Worth
Besides, she facilitated Sky Sports’ scope of the Premier League’s Deadline Day and European soccer coverage including La Liga, the UEFA European Qualifiers, and Coppa Italia.
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Kate Abdo Journalism Career
Kate Abdo began her career in sports journalism in 2003. She worked for six months in Munich and another six months in Paris before she began working for Deutsche Welle’s international news network. Later, she joined the network’s foreign language editorial team. From September 2005 to September 2006, she was an intern with the network’s Foreign Languages Editorial Team. Abdo’s goal was to turn stories from Spanish and German into English. Abdo worked her way up the career ladder and became a sports anchor for Deutsche Welle. She was chosen to host sports broadcasts for both her English and German services since she has extensive knowledge in all three languages.
From 2006 to 2007, Abddo worked as a production assistant for the DFL. She was in charge of producing reports in Spanish and continued with Deutsche Welle as a sports anchor until June 2009. Since leaving ‘DW,’ Abdo has worked for CNN International. She has covered several events at the network’s Spanish-language programming.
On July 3, 2011, Abdo left CNN to pursue other opportunities. As a main presenter, Abdo joined Sky Sports News HD in August 2011. She has also served as the network’s public face. Abdo was heavily involved in developing the news coverage of the network. In her role, she led a team of 14 anchors and was highly competent as a boss.
Abdo began her career as a television presenter for Sky Sports in the United Kingdom in January 2014. She hosted ‘European Football, Transfer Deadline Day, and Sky Sports News pay-per-view boxing shows for Sky Sports.
In 2015, Fox Sports employed Kate Abdo as a host of their coverage of the FIFA Women’s World Cup. She moved to the United States and accepted a long-term job offer from Fox. Abdo subsequently joined CNN International. She’s also worked as an anchor for World Sports, a daily show on CNN International. She has covered several sports events for CNN en Espanol since leaving DW. Abdo served as ‘CNN’ until July 2011.