Brian Doogs Biography | Wikipedia
Brian Doogs is an American broadcast meteorologist currently serving as a weekend evening weathercaster for the First Alert weather team at NBC 15 WMTV News in Madison, Wisconsin. He is often seen presenting the station’s 4, 5, 6,9 and 10 pm newscasts. Previously, Doogs worked as a weekday meteorologist for KTVO News based in Kirksville, Missouri for close to four or three and a half years before moving to Wisconsin.
Brian Doogs Education
Doogs graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in communications and journalism from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, United States.
Brian Doogs Age
How old is Brian? Doogs was born in the United States. However, his exact date of birth and birthday are still under review. Nevertheless, more details about Doogs’ Age will be updated once it is confirmed available. ALSO READ: Taylor Kanost
Brian Doogs Nationality | Ethnicity
Doogs holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. He was born and brought up in a suburban neighborhood situated in the United States to an All-American middle-class family of Irish-German descent. Therefore, he is of White- German-Irish American ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.
Brian Doogs Height
Doogs stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches. He also maintains average body weight. However, details about his exact weight and other body measurements are still under review. Brian’s hair color is light brown and he has hazel eyes. He also enjoys golfing and spending time snowboarding in the winter season as his hobbies.
Brian Doogs Family
Brian was born and brought up in a simple suburban neighborhood situated in the United States. However, information regarding his mother and father is currently not yet available. It is also not known whether he has any siblings or not. Nevertheless, more details about Brian’s parents and siblings will be updated once it is confirmed available.
Brian Doogs Wife | Married
Is Brian Married? Information regarding Doogs marital status and dating life is still under review despite speculations that he is married or in a serious relationship. Nevertheless, more on Brian’s wife and partner will be shared once it is confirmed available.
Brian Doogs Salary
Doogs working as the evening meteorologist for NBC 15 WMTV based in Madison, Wisconsin, earns an annual salary ranging from $30,000 to $98,000 per year.
Brian Doogs Meteorologist NBC Channel 15 in Madison Wi
Brian currently serves as the lead evening meteorologist for the First Alert weather team at WMTV in Madison, Wisconsin. Previously, he worked as a weekday weathercaster for KTVO News in Kirksville, Missouri for close to four years. He first developed the passion to pursue a career in meteorology and study the weather at the age of five.
Later, Doogs finished high school and enrolled at Purdue University where he graduated with a degree in journalism and communications. During his time at the university, he was able to work as an intern weather reporter for other media stations until his graduation. At KTVO, he was he covered numerous weather updates like various, hurricanes, snowstorms, tornadoes and other major events that made his name more popular among his viewers.
Brian was also a huge supporter of the Bengals and Reds. Additionally, he is an average middle-aged hard-working American who enjoys the winter season and spends most of his free time snowboarding the winter, golfing, running and boating during the Summer.
Brian Doogs Net Worth
Doogs is a highly acclaimed broadcast meteorologist and weather reporter who has an estimated net worth ranging from $100,000 to $1 million as of 2021.
Brian Doogs At Home | Quarantine
Why Is Brian Working From Home? In 2020, Brian and his colleagues on NBC 15 began working from home after the global Pandemic reached the United States. Nevertheless, Brian and hsi team are now seen reporting live from the NBC 15 studios since 2021.
Brian Doogs Beer
In March 2021, The Young Blood Beer Company was launched in downtown Madison and it made its first debut appearance on WMTV as the owner was tuned in watching the evening news. One week later, the owner of the company Tom Dufek, and his wife named their latest beer brand Give Me Doogs or Give Me Death after Brian because they are his biggest fans.