Ray Bogan Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Fox News

Ray Bogan
Ray Bogan

Ray Bogan Biography

Ray Bogan works as a multimedia reporter and an edge correspondent for Fox News Channel. Since September 2016,  he began working here. Bogan’s most important coverage was when he did a live report for FOX News Digital from Super Bowl LIVE. Also, he did live coverage from the wildfires in San Bernardino, CA, in November 2019.

Bogan worked in Casper, Wyoming, at KCWY-TV (NBC) as a reporter, producer, and morning anchor prior.

Ray Bogan Age

Bogan was born in New Jersey, United States. However, his exact age, date, month, and year of birth are not publically known. 

Ray Bogan Height

Bogan is 5 ft 7 in/1.7m tall.

Ray Bogan Education

Bogan received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from Monmouth University in West Long Branch, New Jersey from 2011 to 2014.

Ray Bogan Family

Bogan has kept a low profile on information about his parents and siblings,

Ray Bogan Wife

Bogan has not shared details about her marital status with the media. He enjoys keeping his personal life away from the limelight.

Ray Bogan Salary

Bogan annually earns a salary of $61,675, according to Fox News correspondents’ salaries.

Ray Bogan Net Worth

Bogan has an estimated net worth of $1 million.

Ray Bogan Career

Bogan works as a multimedia reporter and an edge correspondent for Fox News Channel. Since September 2016,  he began working here. Bogan’s most important coverage was when he did a live report for FOX News Digital from Super Bowl LIVE. Also, he did live coverage from the wildfires in San Bernardino, CA, in November 2019.

Bogan worked in Casper, Wyoming, at KCWY-TV (NBC) as a reporter, producer, and morning anchor prior. He began his career in 2013 at WWOR-TV, the  CBS News affiliate working as an intern and also worked for Joe Kyrillos.  Bogan worked at KCWY as a reporter, morning anchor, as well as producer from 2014 to 2016 also.

He began working for Fox News Channel in September 2016. Bogan also worked From June 2013 to August 2013, at Syracuse. New Jersey-licensed TV station, WWOR TV, as an intern while still a student at the University.

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