• Alexa Datt is a reporter, sports broadcaster, and the wife of radio disc jockey Peter Rosenberg.
• Her net worth is estimated to be over $600,000.
• She initially started her career as a production assistant for America's Most Wanted.
• She works for MLB Network as a host and has her own show entitled “12:25 Live with Alexa”.
• She married Peter Rosenberg in September 2012 after 7 years of dating.
Who is Alexa Rosenberg?
Alexa Datt was born on 22 November 1985, in Derwood, Maryland USA, and is a reporter as well as a sports broadcaster, but perhaps best known for being the wife of radio disc jockey Peter Rosenberg, who also works for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). She has worked for various sports programs throughout her career, with a focus on Major League Baseball (MLB).
— Alexa Datt (@AlexaDatt) November 14, 2018
The Riches of Alexa Rosenberg
How rich is Alexa Rosenberg? As of late-2018, sources inform us of a net worth that is over $600,000, earned largely through a successful career as a sports broadcaster. Her wealth has also been elevated potentially thanks to the success of her husband who has a similar net worth. As she continues her career, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Early Life, Education, and Career Beginnings
Very little information is available about Alexa’s childhood, as there hasn’t been much focus on her by the media during this time. It is known that at a young age, she developed a strong interest in baseball, growing up watching various baseball games with her family. After matriculating from high school, she enrolled in the University of Maryland to study for a degree in broadcast journalism, then after graduating she worked on a second degree in Spanish language and literature.
She initially started her career working as a production assistant for the show entitled “America’s Most Wanted”, which was a half-hour television program on the Fox network, featuring reenactments of dangerous fugitives interspersed with on-camera interviews and a voiceover narration. Each episode featured photographs of dangerous fugitives, and the show has now been responsible for the arrest of over 1,200 people. Her work with the show consisted of help with reenactments and the like, however, she felt that she didn’t really want to have a career in production, preferring work related to sports. She subsequently left the show, and became a part of the SportsNet New York team in 2009, in a segment called “Mets Insider”.
“Mets Insider” is a bi-weekly program focused on the New York Mets baseball team, and is presented in a magazine-style format covering a diverse range of topics about the Mets. Each episode usually has a different theme, focusing on aspects such as player profiles, draft prospects, All-Star games, and “Where Are They Now” episodes. During Rosenberg’s time with the show, she developed the pun “Datt’s what she said” as a reference to her maiden name, which would become a segment headline for the program “Covino & Rich” on which she was a reporter.
Aside from her work with “Mets Insider”, she also started hosting “Bleacher Report”. reporting from inside the stadia in each professional baseball season. Her popularity and skill developed over the years, and in 2018, she was hired by the MLB Network as a host, and now has her own show with the network entitled “12:25 Live with Alexa”, streamed on the network daily. She mentioned that she enjoys reporting from inside the stadium, as she usually gets a lot of good stories. She also enjoys meeting passionate Mets fans like herself, with one of her favorite being a 90 year-old woman who has never missed a game since she started watching.
Husband – Peter RosenbergPeter Rosenberg is a radio disc jockey and also a television host, known for his current work with WWE as the host of the show “Bring it to the Table”, which airs on the WWE Network. He is also the co-host of New York City radio programs including the weekday morning show “Ebro in the Morning” which airs on Hot 97 WQHT. His other show is “The Michael Kay Show”, which airs on ESPN Radio affiliate WEPN-FM, simulcast on the Yes Network.
Other programs have included “Real Late with Rosenberg” on Hot 97, and he also works on several podcasts, such as the hip hop podcast entitled “Juan Epstein”. He is very passionate about professional wrestling too, and manages the podcast “Cheap Heat” which is released through ESPN. Another project he has is with MTV2 as the host of the game show “Hip Hop Squares” – a part of the “Hollywood Squares” franchise – but this time featuring hip hop personalities.
For her personal life, it is known that Alexa married Peter Rosenberg in September 2012, after seven years of dating. According to reports, the couple first met and started their relationship while at the University of Maryland. He proposed to her on the Brooklyn Bridge as they were on their way to a party, which turned out to be a surprise celebration for their engagement. Their wedding ceremony was held at a beach in Bayville, and the couple now reside on the Upper West Side of Manhattan in New York City.
Alexa is obviously a sports enthusiast, and is very outgoing. She was asked if being a woman in sports broadcasting was difficult as it is a male dominated industry, but she said that in her experience, she never really felt any difficulty. She has had a lot of support in pursuing her career, and has almost never experienced any biased treatment. She owns a pet dog that weighs almost 30 pounds named Bear.