School: Oakland University
Hometown: Davison, Michigan
David Jackson joined the TV6 news team in December, 2016 as a multimedia journalist. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Oakland University in 2015.
He gained reporting experience hosting the Daily Radio News, the hourly news summary, on 94.3 WKUF in Flint. In college, he worked with the Oakland Post, in Rochester, Michigan as a photojournalist.
David is married to Kari and they have two children. Before journalism, he drove a truck, worked in construction, performed with and volunteered for The Cavaliers Drum and Bugle Corps, started college in Electrical Engineering, but found his passion in Journalism.
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