Dave Malkoff is one of the newest correspondents on The Weather Channel. Malkoff covers science and technology, reporting from around the nation and inside the storm during major weather events.
Previously, Malkoff worked as a science and technology reporter at KTLA-TV Los Angeles. Malkoff was also a reporter for KCBS-TV and KCAL-TV, both CBS flagship stations in Los Angeles. During his time in Los Angeles he covered major wildfires, earthquakes, the private space industry and won an Emmy for his extensive reporting from Iraq during the final days of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Prior to moving to Los Angeles, Malkoff worked as a science and technology reporter for WFOR-TV in Miami, covering 11 tropical storms and hurricanes, including Hurricane Katrina. He began his reporting career at WICD-TV in Champaign, IL and has also been a reporter in Las Vegas and San Francisco.
Malkoff started working in television during his high school years at WYTV-TV & WKBN-TV in Youngstown, OH. Throughout his college years, Dave worked as an associate producer at WBNS-TV in Columbus, OH.
A native of Youngstown, Ohio, Malkoff studied political science at The Ohio State University. In 2012, Malkoff, his wife and daughter made the move from Los Angeles and are now based out of Atlanta, Ga.