David Ushery Biography
David Ushery currently works at WNBC News 4 based in New York as an anchor, he co-anchors the 4 p.m. as well as the 11 p.m. newscasts. David received a double major in political science and journalism from the University of Connecticut. During his tenure here, he worked at the Hartford Courant newspaper as a staff writer. In addition, he worked at the Los Angeles Times, The CBS affiliate based in Hartford as a reporter.
David Ushery Age
David Ushery was born in Bloomfield, Connecticut, United States on June 5, 1967. He is 54 years old.
David Ushery Height
David stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 in/1.73m tall.
David Ushery Education
David received a double major in political science and journalism from the University of Connecticut. During his tenure here, he worked at the Hartford Courant newspaper as a staff writer. In addition, he worked at the Los Angeles Times, The CBS affiliate based in Hartford as a reporter.
David Ushery Family
David’s parents are Solomon Ushery and Winifred Ushery. However, he hasnt disclosed details on whether he has siblings, research on this is ongoing and will be updated soon.
David Ushery Wife
David is a married man to Isabel Rivera. They have a child together called Austin Ushery. More details on the family will be filled out soon.
David Ushery Salary
David annually receives a salary of $88,103. This is according to WNBC News 4 anchor’s/reporters salaries.
David Ushery Net Worth
David has an approximated net worth of $1.4 million.
David Ushery Career
David Ushery used to work at the weekend editions of “News 4 New York” that aired at 6 PM as well as 11 PM as a co-anchor, also he worked on the Emmy Award-nominated program “The Debrief with David Ushery” as a host, The show was nominated for an Emmy three consecutive years, however, the show was pulled off and it is no longer in production.
Before joining NBC 4 New York, he worked for a decade at WABC-TV, he moved from a general assignment reporter to a full-time anchor of the early morning as well as noon broadcasts, he also served as the primary fill-in anchor for the evening newscasts.
While working for the station he covered various stories such as the disappearance of Elizabeth Smart from Utah, the O.J. Simpson trial in Los Angeles, the space shuttle disaster in Houston, Texas, the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, as well as in-depth reporting of the shooting of Amadou Diallo.
Previously, he worked at WFSB-TV based in Hartford, Connecticut as the lead evening reporter. He also worked for the Hartford Courant as well as the Los Angeles Times as a reporter. Immediately after he graduated, he was employed at WFSB-TV for its training program, then after he got a promotion to a full-time general assignment reporter.
He received the McDonald’s Black Media Legends award in 2011, also due to his series of reports on children and violence, and he earned the National Association of Black Journalists Award as well as the Faces of Black History Award. For his expertise as well as service to the community, he earned the 2014 Nubian Cultural Center’s “2014 Legend’s Awards,” and the Public Relations Society of America awarded him the “Excellence in Journalism” award in 2013 and for his Special Programming Dead Sea Scrolls he won the Emmy Award in 2012.