Dave Malkoff

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Dave Malkoff
Dave Malkoff in Moore, OK.jpg
Dave Malkoff covering A Deadly Tornado in Moore, Oklahoma
Born (1976-03-01) March 1, 1976 (age 38)
Youngstown, Ohio
Occupation Television Journalist
Years active 1994 – present
Notable credit(s) The Weather Channel
KTLA-TV
KCBS-TV
KCAL-TV
WFOR-TV
KRON-TV
KTNV-TV
WICD-TV
WBNS-TV
WKBN-TV
WYTV-TV
Title The Weather Channel Correspondent
Website
http://www.davemalkoff.com

Dave Malkoff (born March 1, 1976) is an American television journalist working for The Weather Channel. He has covered some of the most destructive hurricanes in US history and reported from Iraq at the end of Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2010. [1][2] Dave produced an Emmy Award winning[3] documentary about the war in Iraq.

Career[edit]

Malkoff is a correspondent with NBC's The Weather Channel. He covers major weather events, science & technology. He contributes to The Today Show, MSNBC, CNBC, CNBC Europe & NBC television stations nationwide. Dave formerly worked for KTLA in Los Angeles. His daily "Malkoff on a Mission[4]" segments at 10PM are feature reports with a tech edge. In 2007, Dave joined KCBS-TV and KCAL-TV, the CBS west coast flagship stations based in Los Angeles, California. He joined the CBS-owned duopoly in April 2007. His extended feature story reports would often appear as the "6:15 Spotlight" segment on KCBS's weekday-evening newscast.

His focus is science, technology and features along with general assignment and breaking news reporting. His reporting career began at WICD-TV in Champaign, Illinois. Dave has also been a reporter in Las Vegas, Miami & San Francisco.

Personal life[edit]

Dave Malkoff was born in Youngstown, Ohio where he got his start in broadcasting by running a low-power radio station in his Liberty Twp. basement.[2][5]

He also built and ran the television station for Liberty High School before moving onto commercial radio and television. This was all before he started college at The Ohio State University.[5]

Malkoff is married with a son and a daughter.[6]

Emmy Awards and nominations[edit]

  • 2013 Los Angeles Regional Emmy Nomination : Light News Story - Single Report [7]
  • 2013 Los Angeles Regional Emmy Nomination : Outstanding News Feature Reporting
  • 2012 Los Angeles Regional Emmy Award : Outstanding News Feature Reporting
  • 2012 Los Angeles Regional Emmy Award : Medical News Story - Multi-Part Report
  • 2012 Los Angeles Regional Emmy Nomination : Light News Story - Single Report [7]
  • 2011 Los Angeles Regional Emmy Award : News Special [3]
  • 2011 Los Angeles Regional Emmy Nomination : Light News Story - Single Report
  • 2010 Los Angeles Regional Emmy Nomination : Serious News Story - Single Report [8]
  • 2010 Los Angeles Regional Emmy Nomination : Outstanding News Feature Reporting
  • 2009 Los Angeles Regional Emmy Nomination : Outstanding News Feature Reporting [9]
  • 2008 Los Angeles Regional Emmy Nomination : Light News Story [10]
  • 2006 Suncoast Regional Emmy Nomination : Spot News [11]
  • 2006 Suncoast Regional Emmy Nomination : Reporter Features/Human Interest [11]
  • 2005 Suncoast Regional Emmy Award : Feature Segment [12]
  • 2004 Pacific Southwest Regional Emmy Award : News Feature (Same Day)
  • 2004 Suncoast Regional Emmy Nomination : Spot News
  • 2004 Suncoast Regional Emmy Nomination : Reporting
  • 2001 Pacific Southwest Regional Emmy Nomination : Documentary
  • 1998 Ohio Valley Regional Emmy Nomination : Newscast
  • 1998 Ohio Valley Regional Emmy Award : Team Effort on News Event Coverage

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