Mike Giardi is no new name in American sports journalism. He has spent nearly three decades, contributing to several mainstream sports in the nation.
Currently, he is serving the renowned NFL Network as a Boston-based reporter.
Mike is known for his skills that he presents both professionally and personally. He is praised for his storytelling ability to make compelling TV and his natural skill for delivering out in the field.
Additionally, his knowledge of games accumulated from his longtime career is enough to make his news loved by almost everyone.
Mike Giardi’s Bio, College
Mike Giardi celebrates his birthday on 1st May of every year.
Born in Norwood, Massachusetts, Mike was interested in football from a very young age. Growing up, he spent most of his childhood years in the football field while going to his father’s practices on a daily basis. Gradually, he fell in love with the games and the preparation for the games.
As a teenager, he attended Trinity College, located in Hartford, Connecticut in 1989. There, he continued his passion for games.
He started covering high school sports, running his own sports department, and was fully active in the entire sports section. He even wrote for a student-run newspaper and also interned in the Sports Information office.
Mike graduated from college in 1993 with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in English Literature / Classical Tradition. For his higher studies, he went to Boston University in 1997 and graduated with a master’s degree in Broadcast Journalism in 1999.
As soon as Mike Giardi graduated from Trinity College, he began his professional career by joining the Enterprise Publishing Company in Cape Cod in December 1993. There, he covered local sports for Falmouth, Mashpee, and Sandwich until August 1997.
Then, for the next two years, he finished his master’s study and joined New England Cable News (NECN) in June 1999 and worked as a weekend sports anchor and weekend host for Sports LateNight until October 2009.
After NECN, Mike went to serve the then-named Comcast SportsNet: New England (CSNNE), now called NBC Sports Boston, in October 2009.
After working there for almost nine years as a sports anchor and reporter, he covered Patriots, contributed to both Patriots Wednesday Live and pre and post-game shows of each game.
There, he also co-hosted The Great American Hockey Show, anchored Chevrolet Sports Net Central, and hosted Monday Night Patriots from 2014.
Mike Giardi hosting Early Edition on CSNNE on 3 March 2016 (Photo: Mike Giardi's Facebook)
He left the CSNNE channel in July 2018 and began serving NFL Network from next month as a Boston-based reporter covering the New England Patriots.
Additionally, he also contributes to a number of NFL Network’s programs like NFL Now, NFL GameDay Morning, and NFL Total Access.