Alan Hahn Biography
Alan Hahn is an American journalist who is currently working as a sports talk radio host on ESPN Radio and has been a studio analyst on the MSG Network since 2011. He has worked as a sports talk radio host on ESPN Radio since 2012. Prior to this position, he worked as a Newsday New York Knicks beat writer in Melville, NY.
Hahn learned how to read as a child by sounding out headlines in his hometown newspaper, Newsday. He later attended St Anthony’s High School where he played varsity basketball in the Catholic High School Athletic Association. Later on, he earned a basketball scholarship at LIU Post under NCAA Division II. The coach at the time was Tom Galeazzi. While there, he wrote for the school newspaper. He graduated earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism.
Alan Hahn Career
Most notably, his journalism career kicked off at Newday in 1995 as a part-time sports department clerk. In this position, he answered phones and covered high school games but was promoted in 1999. In addition, he earned a “Publisher’s Award” for Sports Writing in 2000. He also developed a large following for his coverage of the Knicks. In 15 years at Newsday, he covered every professional team in the Metropolitan New York Area.
Additionally, he appeared as a regular guest on Knicks Night Live on the MSG Network. He appeared in the summer of 2010 and was used as an occasional analyst on Knicks game broadcasts. This was on MSG Network during the 2010 and 2011 seasons. He left Newsday and was hired by MSG Network. This followed the 2011 NBA lockout. His new role at MSG Network was to serve as a studio analyst.
In 2012, he was named host of The Mike Woodson Show. He also hosts a pregame segment, The Knicks Fix which appears before every game broadcast. In the same year, he started appearing as a regular fill-in host on ESPN Radio in New York. In 2014, he teamed up with former New York Islanders goalie Rick DiPietro. They formed the “Hahn & Humpty Show”. The show began on weeknights and was quickly moved up into a mid-day time slot. Chris Canty also joined the show.
Furthermore, the show was simulcast on MSG Network in the Summer of 2016 and 2017. However, Hahn left the show in August 2017. He left to host his own daily show, “Hahn Solo”. The show aired on the station.
In January 2020, this eloquent journalist moved back to the mid-day schedule. This was to team up with Bart Scott. Scott is a former NFL linebacker. They hosted the “Bart & Hahn Show”. The show airs on weekdays from 12 to 2 pm on ESPAN Radio. Additionally, Alan frequently fills in as the host of “Keyshawn, JWill, and Zubin”.
Apart from his broadcasting career, he has written five books over his career. Some of his books are: the popular 100 Things Knicks Fans Must Know and Do Before They Die (Triumph, 2012), The New York Knicks: An Illustrated History (MVP Books, 2012), Bruin Redemption: The Stanley Cup Returns to Boston (F&W Media, 2011), Birth of a Dynasty: The 1980 New York Islanders (Sports Publishing LLC, 2004) and Fish Sticks: The Fall and Rise of the New York Islanders (Sports Publishing LLC, 2003), which he co-wrote with Peter Botte of the New York Daily News. He also appeared in the acclaimed documentary, Big Shot.
Alan Hahn Age
How old is Alan? Alan is 52 years old as of 2023. He was born on June 19, 1971, in Smithtown, New York, United States. Additionally, he celebrates his birthday on June 19 every year.
Alan Hahn’s Height
Hahn stands at an average height of 6 feet 2 inches. Additionally, he is of moderate weight. However, his exact weight is not known and will be updated.
Alan Hahn Family
Hahn has not shared information about his parents and siblings. However, we are keeping close tabs and will update this section.
Alan Hahn Wife
Hahn has kept his personal life away from the public. This section will be updated.
Alan Hahn Net Worth
Hahn has an estimated net worth of between $1 million and $5 million. Hahn’s main source of income is his career as a journalist.
Alan Hahn Salary
Hahn receives an estimated annual salary of between $20, 000 to $100, 000.
Alan Hahn Awards
In 2000, this eloquent journalist received Newsday’s prestigious Publisher’s Award for Sports Writing. This was after his first year as a full-time staff writer. In 2013, he received his first Emmy Award. This was for his role in “Friday Night Knicks” on MSG Networks. In 2017, the Hahn & Humpty show won the “Outstanding On-Air Broadcasting Team” award.
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