Dave Aizer is an EMMY nominated and ProMax Gold Medal Award winning television host, producer and writer, Currently, he serves in all three capacities for WSFL-TV, The CW South Florida. Dave executive produces and hosts the weekly talk show “Inside South Florida” and provides local sports and lifestyle coverage throughout each day. Dave also recently created, and hosted, a talk show for WSFL-TV called “Get Some” about love, dating and relationships. “Get Some” was honored by Broadcasting & Cable Magazine as one of its “10 Favorite Locally Produced Shows” and was nominated for a regional EMMY award.
Dave’s enjoyed a wonderful relationship with WSFL-TV, having previously hosted the channel’s daily morning show. Dave and his co-host Kristin Anderson went live four hours each weekday morning, entertaining and informing South Floridians.
Prior to hosting “The Morning Show,” Dave worked in Manhattan where he hosted and created “BleacherBloggers.com,” an online sports talk show centered on the sports blogging community. “BleacherBloggers.com” was an Editor’s Choice for “Podcast of the Year” on iTunes. While in New York Dave also wrote for TruTV, and hosted for Spike TV, The Onion News Network and WeTV.
While living in Los Angeles, Dave served as an online reporter for American Idol’s website and as a writer and producer for various Nickelodeon projects.
Younger fans may remember Dave from his years on camera on Nickelodeon. There, he hosted the hit game show "Slime Time Live" and was in the Guinness Book of World Records for sliming the most people at one time. In addition, he hosted "Nickelodeon GAS" and "Robot Wars" for Nick.
Dave got his start professionally as the host of Disney World's "ESPN Club," interviewing top athletes such as Joe Namath, Pete Rose, Barry Bonds and Reggie Jackson. He also served as lead play-by-play broadcaster and sports director for the University of Miami’s student radio station, WVUM.
In addition to being a TV host and producer, Dave is the founder and president of www.elitemediacoaching.com. Dave teaches aspiring broadcasters, public speakers, business leaders and anyone else who wants to be a more effective communicator.
On a personal level, Dave is a stage 3 melanoma survivor. He uses his television platform to educate people about the importance of wearing sunscreen and visiting the dermatologist. Dave will soon publish a book about his struggle with the disease, called “A Hypochondriac’s Guide To Beating Cancer.” His ultimate goal is to become the national spokesperson in the fight against melanoma.
Dave is a proud graduate of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida and the University of Miami. He's an avid athlete, movie buff and guitar player.