Mina Kimes, journalist, writer and ESPN reporter, reportedly earns around $150,000 a year.
His work as a broadcast journalist and sports analyst, among the best in the country, is his main source of income. Apart from earning an amount, she has won many prestigious awards throughout her career. To co-host The Ringer’s “Big Little Live” show on the HBO television series “Big Little Lies,” Mina teamed up with Amanda Dobbins. As David’s “phone a friend” lifeline on the ABC TV show’s “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” million dollar question in November 2020, she helped celebrity chef David Chang become the first celebrity to win the $1 Million Prize Pool.
She performed such tasks, which could briefly define her. She proved herself as a knowledgeable woman after winning the jackpot for David. It is impossible for many to answer the questions posed by millions. ESPN struck gold with Mina. She quickly rose through the corporate ranks, going from writer to on-air host to NFL analyst on the new NFL Live.
Kimes joined NFL Live, ESPN’s daily football program, in June 2020. In addition to being a frequent contributor to Around the Horn and the host of her podcast, The Mina Kimes Show featuring Lenny, she provides frequently football analysis on Get Up, SportsCenter, First Take, and other shows.