Joe Pags Biography

In the United States, Joe Pags is a nationally syndicated conservative talk show host. He left his job as a TV news anchor in 2005 to join WOAI/San Antonio as the morning host.

How old is Joe Pags? – Age

He was born in the United States in the year 1966 in the town of Long Island, New York. He is 56 years as of 2022.

Where did Joe Pags go to school? – Education

He graduated from Santaluces Community High School. Pagliarulo joined Domino’s Pizza as a store president in 1988.

Joe Pags – Family

Pagliarulo was born in Amityville, New York, and grew up in adjacent Copiague before moving to Lake Worth, Florida, at the age of seven.

Pags Wife and Daughter

Pagliarulo and his wife Jenny, who lives in Texas, have five kids, one of them, Jia, was adopted from China. On 2 September 2016, Pagliarulo reported his daughter Gabriella (nicknamed Gabby) missing after she had been missing since August 31.

Joe Pags Cancer

Pagliarulo had testicular cancer surgery in May 2011 and has since announced that he has made a complete recovery.

What is Pags’s Salary?

His salary is annual estimated salary is $50,000.

Pags Net Worth

His net worth is predicted to range from $1 million to $5 million.

Joe Pags Live stream Career

Pagliarulo went on to live in nearby Copiague before moving to Lake Worth, Florida, at the age of seven and graduating from Santaluces Community High School. In 1988, Pagliarulo became the president of a Domino’s Pizza store. Pagliarulo began his radio career in Palm Beach County, Florida, and later moved into television news, serving as the main anchor at WEYI-TV in Saginaw/Flint, Michigan, the morning and noon anchor at WWMT in Kalamazoo/Grand Rapids, Michigan, the main anchor, eventually news director at WLAJ in Lansing/Jackson and managing editor, Michigan, and the main anchor at WRGB in Schenectady, New York.

During and after his time at WRGB, he also presented talk shows at WHAM in Rochester, New York, and WXDX in Detroit, Michigan. Pagliarulo began his daily show on iHeartMedia’s flagship talk radio station, WOAI 1200 in San Antonio, Texas, as well as KPRC-Houston, KHOW-Denver, KEX-Portland, and KTLK-Minneapolis. Following Andy Dean’s resignation in 2014, Pagliarulo’s daily show, The Joe Pags Show, was broadcast to the 130 America Now affiliates for nearly a year until a full-time replacement host was recruited.

When America Now fill-in time ended, Pagliarulo’s show started its own syndication through Compass Media Networks, and it could be heard on over 90 stations as of May 2017. In some of his syndicated markets, his daily show airs live from 6 to 9 p.m. EST, but in others, it’s tape-delayed.

He also hosted The Weekend with Joe Pags for Premiere Networks, a nationally syndicated radio discussion show that he left in 2022. Pagliarulo has previously stepped in for Glenn Beck on his television and radio broadcasts, appearing on Fox News, CNN, and MSNBC.

He has won many Associated Press broadcasting honors, and his show has been called one of the most prominent talk shows in the country by Newsmax, as well as being listed in the top 25 of Talkers Magazine’s “Heavy Hundred.”

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