Dave Briggs - Quick Facts
|Best Known For||Fox News Channel|
|University||University of Colorado|
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Dave Briggs is an American television news personality. He was born on October 11, 1976 and is best known as the former co-host of the Fox News Channel weekend morning show Fox & Friends Weekend. During the December 22, 2012 broadcast of the show, Briggs announced that he was leaving Fox and Friends Weekend at the end of 2012. In 2002, he joined KOKI-TV Fox 23 in Tulsa, Oklahoma as the weekend sports anchor. Two years later, he became a reporter and sports anchor at an NBC affiliate in Boston, Massachusetts called WHDH (TV), Channel 7 until 2008. He left the channel in 2008, to join the Fox News Channel, as co-anchor of Fox and Friends Weekend after leaving Fox, Briggs began co-hosting a daily sports and pop culture show for the NBC Sports Network called The Crossover with Beadle and Briggs from January 2013. Currently, Briggs along with Carolyn Manno hosts "SportsDash" on NBC Sports. Briggs is a graduate of the University of Colorado, and received a degree in Broadcast News in 1999.
Dave first started his broadcasting career as a weekend sports anchor in the year 2002. In his career spanning just over a decade, he started from the bottom and gradually paved his way to the top. His hard work and dedication has not only made him famous but also fortunate. He has worked hard to establish himself as one of the well known television personality. In his lifetime, he accumulated a good sum of money. His net worth has been kept under the wraps and is yet to be revealed by any major sources. Like his net worth, his actual salary is also kept undisclosed but it is not very hard to guess that the amount is fairly high. He earns most of his income as a television anchor. Briggs is still continuing his career, adding millions to his net worth every year.