David Bernard Biography
David Bernard is a prominent American television journalist working as a meteorologist at WVUE-TV, FOX 8 in New Orleans, Louisiana. He worked at CBS News and television stations in Miami, Florida, and Tulsa, Oklahoma prior.
Bernard is a member of the National Weather Association and the American Meteorological Society significantly. Also, he is a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist and a previous member of the AMS board of broadcast meteorology.
Due to his best weather anchor and best weathercast in the Louisiana-Mississippi Associated Press competition, Bernard won first prize in 2018. In 2019, he has awarded Bernard the first prize for best weathercast by The Press Club of New Orleans also.
David Bernard Age
Bernard was born in Houston, Texas, in the United States on April 13, 1969. He is 53 years old as of 2022.
David Bernard Height
Bernard stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 10 in/1.78 m tall.
David Bernard Education
Bernard graduated from the Campus of Texas at Austin and then went to Mississippi State University.
David Bernard Family
Bernard was born and brought up in Houston, Texas by his parents. Presently, he has not publicized details on his parent and siblings.
David Bernard Husband
Bernard is openly queer, he is happily hitched to Charlie Urstadt, they exchanged vows in 2018 in New Orleans. Urstadt serves as chairman of the Ogden Museum of Southern Art and is a real estate investor.
David Bernard Salary
Bernard earns an annual salary of $93,291, is according to Fox 8 meteorologist’s salaries.
David Bernard Net Worth
Bernard earns an estimated net worth is $1 million.
David Bernard Career
In 1993, he commenced his career in television meteorology forecasting while working in the Tornado Alley region of the Texas Panhandle and Oklahoma. Bernard worked first at television stations KVII in Amarillo, Texas, and KZTV in Corpus Christi, Texas.
He began working at Tulsa, Oklahoma TV station KJRH in 1994 where David was the meteorologist for the morning and midday news programs later on. Bernard worked at WWL-TV in New Orleans, Louisiana in1997.
For eight years as the meteorologist for the morning news programs at the station. In 2004, He got critical praise from Dave Walker, TV columnist for the New Orleans Times-Picayune, over his coverage of Hurricane Ivan.
Bernard left WWL, for a new role at Miami TV station WFOR, a CBS affiliate in the summer of 2005. He was sent back to cover the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina six weeks to New Orleans after his departure from New Orleans.
Bernard was titled a CBS News national hurricane consultant in 2008 additionally. He reported on the CBS Evening News, CBS This Morning, Face The Nation, and CBS Sunday Morning on hurricanes Gustav, Ike, Isaac, Irene, and Sandy.