David Asman is a famous American journalist and television anchor. He is also the author of several books and an award-winning journalist. Aside from his TV career, Asman has worked as a radio commentator and has served as a consultant to the Ford Foundation on African organizations in the United States.
Asman has been married to Marta Cecilia Guevara since 1989. Their daughter Kristiana was born on July 18, 1992. The couple also has a step-son, Felipe. They met in Nicaragua in 1989. At that time, Asman was a young reporter in the Wall Street Journal’s editorial page. During that time, he was responsible for writing editorials and editorial features.
Before joining the Journal’s editorial page, Asman was an assistant editor for Prospect magazine. In the 1980s, he wrote more than 100 articles in the Latin American region. During his tenure, he covered a wide range of topics, including the oil-for-food controversy.
In 1994, Asman became the editorial features editor of the Journal. During that time, he hosted a series of investigative specials. His work earned him numerous awards from the Inter-American Press Association. Among the series he produced were Global Warming: The Debate Continues and U.N. Blood Money.
After his stint with the Journal, Asman moved to Fox News. At the time, the channel was just one year old. Since then, he has worked as an anchor on the network and its various specials. He also contributed to the 2007 launch of FOX Business Network.
Currently, David Asman is a guest anchor on both FBN and FNC. He is also a part of the documentary unit at FNC. He hosts Bulls and Bears, a post-market show on FBN, and other programs such as Fox News Live, a daily news program. He has also served as the head of the documentary unit at FNC.
Although the exact birth date of David Asman is not publicized, he was born in Hollis, New York. His parents are Nancy Johnston and Robert W. Asman. Interestingly, his first job was as a paperboy.
Asman graduated from Northwestern University and Marlboro College. He later worked as an editor for Prospect magazine. For a period of twelve years, Asman was a reporter in Latin America for the Wall Street Journal. Along with his colleagues, he wrote more than one hundred articles. During his tenure, he interviewed a range of business executives, politicians, and celebrities.
He has also served as the host of the nightly televised public affairs program Issues USA. Until 2007, he was also a member of the board of the nonprofit organization, The Social Network. Earlier, he was a radio commentator for Perspective on the Economy.
Having been an award-winning journalist, Asman has accumulated a decent fortune. His net worth is estimated to be between $1 million and $5 million.
Known as a man of average height and stature, David Asman has earned his net worth through his successful career as a journalist.