|Net Worth||$1 million|
David Asman Salary
Asman works as a news journalist for FOX and earns a yearly salary of $75,000 as of 2023. American television host and anchor David Asman work for FNC and FBN. Asman joined Fox News in 1997 and was instrumental in the 2007 establishment of FOX Business Network.
David Asman Net Worth
Asman is believed to have an estimated net worth of $1 million as of 2023 from his successful career as a news journalist for FOX.
David Asman Bio
American television host and anchor David Asman work for FNC and FBN. Asman joined Fox News in 1997 and was instrumental in the 2007 establishment of FOX Business Network.
David Asman Age
In 2023, Asman will be 69 years old. In the United States, in the town of Hollis, New York, he was born in 1954. Therefore, it is unknown what day he actually celebrates turning.
David Asman Parents
Asman has been successful in keeping his private affairs out of the spotlight; as a result, he has kept his parents’ identities a secret. Also unknown is the existence of Asman’s siblings.
David Asman Wife
Asman is a married man. He is wed to Nicaraguan native Marta Cecilia. Kristiana Asman and Felipe David Asman are the couple’s two children. Felipe, Asman’s stepson, participated in the Iraq War as a member of the US Marine Corps.
David Asman FOX News
Asman is a guest anchor on many FBN and FNC programs. She previously held the position of host for the FBN post-market program Bulls & Bears, which airs on weekdays from 5 to 6 PM ET. As the head of FNC’s documentary unit, where he anchored a series in 2005, he was also a weekday Fox News Live anchor. He was able to conduct interviews with a number of well-known politicians, celebrities, and business moguls throughout his time at this station, both within the United States and abroad.
Prior to joining FBN and FNC, Asman worked for other stations. For instance, he formerly held the position of editorial features editor at the Wall Street Journal starting in 1995. In 1983, he began working for the newspaper, first contributing editorials and editing the “Americas” and “Manager’s Journal” columns. He was in charge of drafting editorials and more than 100 pieces from Latin America in this capacity. He was also appointed senior editor for the editorial page of the Journal.