Emma Jones Net Worth - How Rich is the LUTV Presenter?
Grab all the details on the net worth of the Leeds United TV presenter Emma Jones.
Emma Jones is well known among the fans of the Premier League team Leeds United as the Leeds United TV presenter. She is also the breakfast show presenter for Staffordshire and South Cheshire radio station Signal 1. Additionally, she co-hosts BBC Radio 5 Live's 606 football phone-in show with Robbie Savage and works as a presenter for Squawka and William Hill.
With a master's degree in Broadcast Journalism, Emma Louise Jones began working for Leeds United TV since July 2017. Now that Leeds United are back in the English Premier League after 16 years, many of the fans are drawn to learn more about her career and even how much money she makes. Below, we take a look at her journalism career and how much money she has made from the profession so far.
What is Emma Jones' Net Worth?
According to our estimates, Emma Jones currently holds an approximate net worth of $500,000. She earned this amount of money primarily from her work as the presenter of Leeds United TV. Additionally, her job as the breakfast show presenter for Staffordshire and South Cheshire radio station Signal 1, and a co-host of BBC Radio 5 Live's 606 football phone-in show with Robbie Savage also contribute to her wealth.
Emma Jones currently holds an approximate net worth of $500,000.
Prior to her job as a Leeds United TV presenter, Emma Louise Jones was not a football fan. But in September 2017, she was appointed Leeds United TV host, and since then, she's been drawn to the sport. For a person who never watched football before, she has remarkably succeeded in her work. She is now adept in covering all the events related to the Whites, from their dominance in the Championship to their present run in the Premier League. She began her journalism career freelancing for Channel 5 and Greater Manchester station Key 103 after graduating from Staffordshire University with a Master's degree in Broadcast Journalism.
Emma Jones is engaged in other programs too. In addition to conducting post and pre-match interviews for LUTV, she also works for BBC Radio 5 Live and the Netball Nation podcast. Similarly, she is a presenter of Squawka and William Hill too.
Emma Jones' Early Life
Emma Jones is a native of Northwich in Cheshire, United Kingdom. There, she attended Leftwich High School and Sir John Deane's Sixth Form College. At the college, she studied A levels in Sociology, Psychology, Travel, and Tourism. After leaving college, she went to study at Sheffield Hallam University, where she earned a degree in journalism.
Emma Jones is a native of Northwich in Cheshire, United Kingdom.
Source: Daily Star
'After my degree in journalism from Sheffield Hallam, I left university and thought I should probably do something,' she said, according to the website of Staffordshire University. 'I knew I wanted to do something in journalism, but I didn't know what to do or how to go about it. I was recommended to do a Masters, so I took a year out, worked in a call center to save up to pay for it, had a look around, and found the Broadcast Journalism degree at Staffordshire University. It came highly recommended.' So Emma joined Staffordshire University, and for her Masters, she got work experience placements at Channel 5 in London and Key 103. After graduating from the university. She worked in several FMs and news channels before she got her dream job in September 2017 - the Leeds United TV presenter.
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