• Domenica Davis is a meteorologist from the US with a net worth of over $500,000
• She studied Broadcast Journalism at Boston University and Meteorology at the University of Mississippi
• She has worked for NBC, Fox News, WAVE-TV, WBAL-TV, and The Weather Channel
• She is married to a police officer and has two children
• Davis is active on social media, particularly Instagram and Twitter
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|Fact||Prior to joining FNC, she served as a meteorologist for the NBC affiliate, WBAL-TV, in Baltimore, Maryland. She also worked at WAVE-TV, the NBC affiliate in Louisville, Kentucky as a general assignment reporter and weathercaster.|
Who is Domenica Davis?
Domenica Davis was born in the United States of America and is a meteorologist, best known for her work with the Weather Channel television network. Prior to her current position, she worked for other high profile stations such as NBC and Fox News, as a meteorologist for both.
Morning Ya'll! Great looking forecast for the next couple of days…very mild!
The Net Worth of Domenica Davis
How rich is Domenica Davis? As of mid-2019, sources inform us of a net worth that is over $500,000, earned through a successful career in weather reporting. She’s travelled all around the country, and has reported on various high profile weather-related events. As she continues her endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Early Life and Education
Domenica hails from an Italian-American family, though little is known about them or her childhood. She grew up having a keen interest in the weather, and later discovered that she could pursue this passion in the journalism sector through the means of studying meteorology. After matriculating from high school, she then enrolled at Boston University (BU) to complete a degree in Broadcast Journalism.
The university has over 33,000 students, and is also one of Boston’s largest employers, offering various undergraduate degrees as well as post graduate studies. They have 18 schools and colleges inside two urban campuses. The school ranks 42nd among undergraduate programs at national universities and 46th when it comes to global universities according to the US News & World Report. They have various high profile alumni including 23 Pulitzer Prize winners, 48 Sloan Fellows, several Academy Award, Tony Award, and Emmy Award winners. Alexander Graham Bell was also a BU professor who invented the telephone while in the school lab.
After completing her undergraduate studies, Davis then continued her education by taking up a Broadcast Meteorology course from the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss). It is the largest university in the state, having over 23,000 students which include international students from 90 nations. The school itself is known for having being a center of activity during the American civil rights movement. After completing her meteorology degree, she began her career as a reporter and anchor for various local stations in Boston. She eventually landed a job at the station WHDH-TV as a news writer; it is an independent station owned by Sunbeam Television, and shares studios alongside CW affiliate WLVI.
She then moved to Louisville, Kentucky to begin working for WAVE-TV, an NBC affiliate. starting her run as a weather forecaster, while also doing general assignment reports. She stayed there through 2004, and then began working for another NBC affiliate in WBAL-TV, located in Baltimore, and known to be the flagship station of Hearst Television She stayed there for the next three years, reporting on various high profile news events, and developing her skills in weather reporting, leading to the next big step in her career.
Later Work and The Weather Channel
In 2007, Domenica joined Fox News Channel (FNC) as a meteorologist. The station is owned by Fox Corporation, and is the dominant subscription news network in the US, especially known for its biased reporting in favor of the Republican Party, which has led to criticisms questioning the integrity of their news reports. While with Fox, she also worked as a freelancer for Bader TV and the ION Channel. After another three year run, she then moved to New York to join NBC 4 as a weather reporter, compiling reports for the weekend edition of “News 4 New York”.
— Domenica Davis (@DomenicaDavis) August 21, 2017
Eventually, she moved away from NBC, and began working with The Weather Channel (TWC) which is known for broadcasting forecasts, news, and analysis centered on weather. They also showcase documentaries and entertainment programs related to the weather. She is active with the company’s online presence at weather.com, which is operated by The Weather Company under its parent company IBM. The name changed from channel to company to reflect the company’s growing line of digital products. Prior to being owned by IBM, it was owned by a consortium consisting of NBCUniversal, The Blackstone Group, and Bain Capital.
Personal Life and Social Media
For her personal life, it is known that Davis is married to a police officer, and has twin children from that marriage, but perhaps unsurprisingly, hasn’t revealed a lot of information about her partner, often only referencing him in social media posts. She also loves featuring her children in her online posts, and spends a lot of time with the family during her free time.
Similar to numerous meteorologists, she is highly active online through accounts on social media. She has an Instagram account which has over 1,600 followers, and often showcases her life away from her work. She posts a lot of photos with her family, and some of the events she goes to with friends or co-workers. She also has a Twitter account with a few promotions of her work, though she mainly shares entertaining tweets, stories, and some of the advocates she is interested in. She also has a Facebook page, but it is the least active among the three as it has not posted anything new since 2013.
|1||Fan of the Boston Red Sox.|
|2||Of Italian descent.|
|3||Named after her father, Dominick.|
|4||Graduated from Boston University, where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Broadcast Journalism. She later received her Broadcast Meteorology degree from Mississippi State University.|
|5||Prior to joining FNC, she served as a meteorologist for the NBC affiliate, WBAL-TV, in Baltimore, Maryland. She also worked at WAVE-TV, the NBC affiliate in Louisville, Kentucky as a general assignment reporter and weathercaster.|
|6||Joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in April 2007 as a meteorologist.|
|NewsNation with Tamron Hall||2015||TV Series||Meteorologist|
|Politics Nation with Al Sharpton||2015||TV Series||Herself|
|Weekend Today||2015||TV Series||Herself - Substitute Weather Anchor|
|Red Eye w/Tom Shillue||2007||TV Series||Herself|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia