Dave Feldman joined NBC Sports Bay Area in July 2012 and co-anchors SportsNet Central, the network’s daily sports news show, alongside Ahmed Fareed, as well as hosting 49ers Central and 49ers Postgame Live.
A veteran sports anchor and reporter, Feldman joined the network after twelve years as a sports director and anchor/reporter for WTTC-TV in Washington D.C. (2000-12). He also announced college basketball games for the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network. Prior to his work at WTTC-TV, Feldman worked at ESPN (1996-2000) as the primary host of College Hoops 2Night on ESPN 2, while also reporting on SportsCenter and ESPNews and doing play-by-play announcing for college basketball.
Feldman began his broadcasting career in 1987 at KCBS 740 in San Francisco before moving to television as an anchor/reporter for KTIV in Sioux City, Iowa (1988-89). He then served as an anchor/reporter for KMST-TV in Monterey, Calif. (1989-90), and for Orange County News Channel (1991-96).
Among many awards, Feldman is a five-time Emmy Award winner, including three for Best Sports Anchor, and was dubbed the 2011 Washington D.C. Sportscaster of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association.
Before entering broadcasting, Feldman was an assistant basketball coach at Stanford University.
A native of Palo Alto, Calif., Feldman graduated from Palo Alto High School where he played two years of varsity basketball and was a teammate of future NFL football player and 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Tufts University, where he again was a two-year varsity basketball player.