David Asman Biography
David Asman is a well-known American journalist. Since 1997, David has worked as a news anchor for the Fox Business Network and the Fox News Channel. David is the host of Fox Business Network’s Bulls and Bears as well as numerous other Fox News Specials. Prior to joining the Fox News Channel’s documentary section, David presented Forbes on Fox and Fox News Live weekdays.
How old is David Asman? – Age
He was born in 1954 in Hollis, New York, United States. He is 67 years as of 2021.
Where did David Asman go to school? – Education
David attended and graduated from Marlboro College after finishing his elementary and secondary school studies. David afterwards went to Northwestern University to study.
David Asman – Family
He was born and raised in Hollis, New York, to a loving father and mother. Robert W. Asman and Nancy Johnston are happy parents of David. He is currently proud to have a sister called Melinda Asman Krasting.
He joyously married his gorgeous Nicaraguan bride, Marta Cecilia Asman. They met in 1984 and were married in 1989. Kristiana, the couple’s daughter, was born in July 1992. In addition, he has a stepson called Felipe David Asman. He reveals a profound bong between himself and his stepson Felipe. On July 4th, 2016, he told a personal tale about his stepson on Fox News. Felipe’s hardship as an immigrant from Nicaragua to America was revealed by David when he was seven years old.
What is Asman’s Salary?
He has an estimated salary of $91,561 per year.
Asman Net Worth
His net worth is estimated to be $917,171.
David Asman Career
David joined FOX News Channel (FNC) in 1997 and helped develop FOX Business Network in 2007. (FBN). David is the host of FBN’s post-market show Bulls & Bears, which airs daily from 5 to 6 p.m. ET.
David has recently served as a co-anchor on FBN’s After the Bell (weekdays 4-5 PM/ET), which was ranked first in its timeslot. During his stint at FNC, David hosted Fox News Live on weekdays. He was chosen head of FNC’s documentary section in 2005, where he anchored a series of investigative specials such as Global Warming: The Debate Continues and U.N. Blood Money, a three-part series that investigated the oil-for-food issue. Before joining FNC, David served as the Wall Street Journal’s editorial features editor beginning in 1995, after entering the paper in 1983 as an editorial writer, where he edited the “Manager’s Journal” and the “Americas” column.
In 1978, he began his career as an assistant editor at Prospect Magazine, rising to executive editor within a year. In 1980, George Gilder engaged David to launch an economic magazine for the Manhattan Institute. He has also been a radio analyst for Perspective on the Economy and a Ford Foundation consultant on African groups in the United States. David also served as the anchor of Issues USA, a nightly television current affairs program.