Byron Day Biography
Byron Day is an American anchor and reporter. He works at Fox 10 News where he anchors at 5 and 10 p.m. He also contributes stories to the newscasts.
In his free time, Byron enjoys traveling, visiting Gulf beaches, attending college football and baseball games, and working out so he can keep up with his two grandchildren!
Byron Day Family
Byron Day is married and has two children. In addition to having children, he also has two grandchildren. He has turned down many offers so as to be able to spend more time with his family
Byron Day Career
Byron started off his career as a staff announcer/weathercaster for a local Tv station as he was still studying at the University of Alabama. After graduating, he moved to Memphis and joined WHBQ TV still as a weathercaster. He also hosted the PM Magazine, a 30-minute program that featured fun and informative in the Memphis area as well as the entire county. Sometime later, he joined NBC Sports in New York as an anchor/reporter.
He covered some of the biggest events in the sports industry for the station. Among these events, he was the Anchor/Host of NBC’s award-winning Baseball Pre-Game Show. This led to his being nominated for an Emmy Award. After leaving NBC, he worked for two major cable sports networks, “Sports Time” in Cincinnati, and “SCORE” in Los Angeles. In addition to this, he also provided play by play of MLB games, the World Baseball Championship from Italy, as well as hosting various “live” interview programs.
He transitioned from sports to news and returned to Mobile and WALA TV as a morning anchor and reporter. Later, he returned to Memphis as the main anchor of WHBQ. He then moved to Raleigh, the capital city of North Carolina. Here, he served as the main anchor for the NBC owned and operated station there. He became an award-winning financial services representative and manager in the Raleigh area as he represented national companies and served his client base.
After years in foreign places, he was thrilled to return to his hometown. Here, he joined Fox 10 as an anchor/reporter. On joining Fox 10, he said:
“With the children grown and on their own, this was the perfect time to come home and work with an outstanding group of broadcast news professionals, in a place I love. It’s such a blessing coming ‘full circle’,”