David Brown (meteorologist)

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David Brown (born 12 July 1959) is an Australian meteorologist for Seven News.

Brown currently presents weather on Seven Morning News and Seven Afternoon News bulletins. He was also the former weather presenter for Sunrise and for Seven News in Melbourne.[1]

Career[edit]

Brown graduated from Caulfield Institute of Technology (now part of Monash University) in 1981 with a B.App.Sc. degree. He then worked at the Bureau of Meteorology before becoming a weather presenter, initially on Network Ten.[2]

David is one of few television weather presenters who is also a meteorologist. His Television carrier first began in the early 90s at Channel Ten Melbourne (ATV10) as a local weather presenter. In 1995 he left Channel Ten to join rival station Channel Seven Melbourne (HSV7) where he began presenting the weather. He worked alongside famous Melbourne news presenters David Johnson, Jennifer Keyte and Peter Mitchell. While still presenting the local news in Melbourne in 2003 David was appointed national weather presenter on the Seven Networks new national news bulletin at 4.30.

In January 2008, Brown replaced Monique Wright on Sunrise taking the role as weather presenter. Brown stayed as weather presenter for 6 months on Sunrise, whilst continuing with his other duties at the Seven Network on the national Seven 4.30 News and Seven News Melbourne. Brown quit the role in July 2008, citing his heavy work load (having to work on three separate news programs throughout a 12-hour span). His replacement was Fifi Box.[3]

In February 2013, Brown was appointed network meteorologist. In this position he will file weather reports for Sunrise, Sunday Nightand Seven News. After months of speculation and 20 years in the job David was replaced as weeknight weather presenter on the Seven News Melbourne bulletin with Giaan Rooney. David still presents the weather on the networks Seven Afternoon News.

In July 2014, Brown began presenting the weather on Seven Morning News.

Personal life[edit]

Brown is married with two daughters. He is a Carlton supporter.[4]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Media offices
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originator
Seven Afternoon News
Weather Presenter

2003-
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incumbent
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originator
Seven Morning News
Weather Presenter

July 2014-
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incumbent
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originator
Seven News at 7
Weather Presenter

2013-2014
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Bulletin axed
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Laura Marshall
Seven News Melbourne
Weather Presenter

1995-2012
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Giaan Rooney
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Monique Wright
Sunrise
Weather Presenter

January 2008 - July 2008
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Fifi Box