Ray Bogan, based in Washington D.C., is a multimedia reporter for FOX News Channel (FNC), having joined the network in September 2016. His role encompasses a wide range of responsibilities, including reporting on various topics through different media formats.
One of Bogan’s notable assignments was his live coverage of Super Bowl LIV for FOX News Digital. This opportunity allowed him to deliver up-to-date reports and insights from the event to the audience. In November 2019, he also provided live reports on the devastating wildfires in San Bernardino, CA, offering on-the-ground coverage to keep viewers informed about the situation.
Before joining FNC, Bogan worked as a morning anchor, producer, and reporter at KCWY-TV (NBC) in Casper, Wyoming. His experience at the local station honed his skills and further developed his passion for journalism.
Bogan pursued his higher education at Monmouth University in New Jersey, where he graduated in 2014 with a degree in communications. This educational background provided him with a strong foundation in media and communication, which he utilizes in his reporting career.