After 20 years of moving “up and down the dial,” Dave Nemeth has returned to Utah to join the FOX 13 team. Dave brings with him more than thirty years of broadcasting experience. His years in front of the camera include being the first host on Warner Brothers entertainment news show “Extra.” He has also hosted two shows on Sony’s Game Show Network and appeared on a number of television shows including “Desperate Housewives”, “Sabrina the Teenage Witch”, and “NewsRadio”.

Before leaving Utah to host “Extra,” Dave was also the lead singer for the popular salt lake city band “Under the Gun.” Dave says he’s very happy to be back in Utah and especially at FOX 13 where, aside from his reporting and hosting duties, he has launched his lifestyle franchise for the baby boomer generation, “Booming Forward”.

“Returning to Utah was a planned move for us. This is the last stop for my career train and returning to Utah and landing at FOX 13 has been an amazing opportunity for me.”

Dave and his wife Nanci have three grown children, and two “overgrown” dogs. They enjoy hiking, biking, home improvement projects, music and of course, animals. Dave and Nanci are currently “loving life” in Park City.


Recent Articles
  • Booming Forward: Dealing with dementia

    Millions of Americans are diagnosed with some form of dementia each year, and those numbers are growing. When we talk about those with dementia and their needed care, we often forget about the caregivers, who often struggle more than those for whom they care. In this week’s Booming Forward, Dave Nemeth takes a look at one woman’s struggle with the dreadful disease.  

  • First generation of bone marrow transplant recipients return to Primary Children’s Hospital

    SALT LAKE CITY — Primary Children’s Hospital celebrated the 25th anniversary of its bone marrow transplant program Thursday. Patients, parents, doctors and nurses all attended the special event. In the 25 years since that first operation, more than 700 people have received bone marrow transplants at the hospital. Ian Dahl of Sandy was one of the very first young patients to undergo the life saving procedure. ‘It`s been a huge miracle for our family,” Dahl said. “It`s really added to […]

  • Pioneer Theatre Company kicks off season with ‘Cagney’

    Pioneer Theatre Company is a couple of weeks away from kicking off this year’s season, and they are starting things off with a bang. “Cagney” is a musical based on the life of the great James Cagney. Fox 13’s Dave Nemeth has been spending some time with the cast over the past few weeks and joins us with a preview. Tickets for Cagney are on sale now. Opening night is Sep. 20.

  • Booming Forward: Exercise and art keep this 97-year-old going

    Every now and then you come across an individual who just makes an impression on you, and you want to know more about them. For Fox 13’s Dave Nemeth, 97-year-old Bob Griswold was one of those people. He’s a very busy guy who’s led a very busy life. And although he’s 97, he’s not done, not by a long shot. We first met Bob at Age Performance Fitness Center while shooting a story about older adults and the benefits of […]

  • Booming Forward: It’s never too late to start, 78-year-old weightlifting champ says

    Three years ago, 78-year-old Shirley Webb decided to join a gym to help her with her stamina and bone strength. Little did she know at the time just how much it would change her life. “When I first joined, I could not climb steps unless I held on with both hands and pulled myself up,” she said. Shirley quickly became addicted to the sport, traveling to competitions and picking up 17 medals. In just three years, the gold-winning, barbell slinging […]

  • Booming Forward: 99 Ways to Save

    Living within one’s financial budget can be difficult. Many older adults are on a fixed income. But if you shop around, you’ll find there are many ways to save. AARP has released its 10th edition of the popular “99 Ways to Save” article, and it’s full of great ways to save. It can help anyone find good deals on almost any goods or services. Check out some of the best tips in this week’s Booming Forward segment in the video […]

  • Booming Forward: How the internal clock called the ‘circadian rhythm’ can impact the health of seniors

    SALT LAKE CITY — The circadian rhythm is a 24-hour internal clock that reminds us when we’re tired and need some sleep. We spend an awful lot of time sleeping, about 3,000 hours a year. By the time a person turns 55, they’ve slept on average 165 thousand hours. That’s 6,875 days, nearly 19 years. Dr. Kelly Baron is a sleep specialist at the University of Utah Sleep-Wake Center. “It`s like the basic building block of our metabolism,” Dr. Baron said. […]

  • Booming Forward: PR duo has no plans of stopping

    This week’s Booming Forward is a bit of a business-oriented profile piece. Fox 13’s Dave Nemeth introduces you to two baby boomers working together who have accomplished a lot, but neither has any intention of slowing down. Public relations experts Cheryl Snapp Conner and Lauren Soloman have been helping people perfect their pitches for years. Check out their story in the video above!  

  • Booming Forward: An up-and-coming cancer treatment

    A relatively new technique for treating certain forms of cancer has been showing great promise. It’s called cryo-banking, and as Dave Nemeth reports, medical professionals are pretty excited about it. Find out more in the video above in this week’s Booming Forward.

  • Booming Forward: How to beat the heat

    As with most of the country, Utah has been dealing with extreme heat. Here, this has been the hotest week of the year. The high heat presents serious dangers and Salt Lake County Aging and Adult Services is particularly concerned about older residents. In an effort to avoid cases of heat-related illness, the organization is stepping up its efforts to help folks keep their cool. The county has established “Cool Zones” where people can escape the heat. The roughly 50 […]

  • Booming Forward: ‘Red Shoes Living’

    In this week’s Booming Forward, we introduce you to a man who left a successful career to follow his passion. A few years ago, Lonnie Mayne was busy running his growing tech company. Then, he started thinking bigger. He wanted to share a philosophy and a style of managing motivating and standing out. With an affinity for red sneakers, he coined it Red Shoes Living. He left his company behind and began sharing his observations through corporate speaking and workshops. […]

  • AARP Utah hosting free paperwork shredding event

    SALT LAKE CITY — Shredding important paperwork is critical these days for protecting yourself from identity theft. AARP Utah’s annual shredding event coming up on Saturday will provide a chance to get those personal documents safely and securely destroyed. Someone in the U.S. has their identity stolen every two seconds. That’s why it’s critical to destroy important records, documents, and even certain pieces of mail. “Any kind of identifying information on it — if it has your phone number, if […]

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