At KTVL, he anchors and produces a 3-hour weekday morning broadcast, including a seasonal Friday night sports show. Meanwhile, he reports on daily breaking news and a series working with local police to reduce gang activity.
At WLIO, David anchored and produced the weekday morning broadcasts. He introduced social media to the station, while one-man-banding court, political, and severe weather stories. While there, the Ohio Associated Press Broadcasters awarded David 1st place for enterprise reporting. His award winning story showed how those with developmental disabilities were overcoming the stigmas society puts on them.
Brigham Young University's top ranked journalism program involved David in a multitude of broadcast endeavors. This included anchoring, producing, and reporting for the BYU Daily News and BYU Weekly. The Broadcast Education Association recognized David's on camera performance, awarding him 2nd place for sports anchoring.
David's zeal for storytelling began with the people he met while serving as a missionary. For two years, he exchanged religious and ethical issues to communities located around Richmond, Virginia. The experience gave him a love for people and their stories. That love continues with every project he contributes to the media.
David enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons. He actively serves various leadership capacities in his church and community. When he's not in the reporting field, David can be found on the soccer field. It's a passion passed on to him by his late father, who came to the U.S. as a foreign exchange student from Chile.