Dave McCann Biography
Dave McCann is an illustrious American journalist currently working as an evening anchor for KSL-TV based in Salt Lake City, Utah. He joined the network back in 2012. He also serves as the studio host for BYUtv’s True Blue, as well as a co-host for the Postgame Show and the Countdown to Kickoff Pregame Show.
Dave McCann Education
He attained his diploma from Orem High School. Later, Dave enrolled at Brigham Young University (BYU) where he earned his degree in broadcasting in 1991. He was hired by ABC’s Good Morning America as their first sports reporter. Later, he joined KLAS in Las Vegas, Nevada where he worked as the sports anchor for 13 years.
Dave McCann Age
Dave McCann was born in the United States of America. However, his actual exact age and birth details are currently nonexistent.
Dave McCann Height
Dave is 5 feet 7 inches tall (Approx 1.70 m).
Dave McCann Family
Dave was born to his loving and caring parents, Andrea and the late Dale R. McCann. He grew up alongside his 9 siblings. He was raised in Orem and is an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Dave McCann Wife
He is blissfully hitched to his beloved wife, Dianne Long. The lovely couple has a blended family of 12 children. They blended Dave’s five children with Dianne’s seven.
Dave McCann Salary
He receives a satisfactory salary ranging from $50,800 – $140,500 per year.
Dave McCann’s Net Worth
Dave has accrued quite an impressive fortune from her journalism career and has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million.
Dave McCann Career
He currently works as an evening anchor for KSL-TV based in Salt Lake City, Utah. He joined the network back in 2012. He also serves as the studio host for BYUtv’s True Blue as well as a co-host for the Postgame Show and the Countdown to Kickoff Pregame Show.
He occasionally calls college baseball games with Gary Sheide and women’s college basketball with Kristen Kozlowski for BYUtv. Before KSL-TV in June 2012, he served as a news and sports at KLAS-TV in Las Vegas for 20 years. He also spent 14 seasons serving as a play-by-play voice for UNLV football.