David Pogue of Shaker Heights, Ohio is an Emmy Award-winning CBS Sunday Morning technology correspondent and the author of Crowdwise column in The New York Times Smarter Living section. Additionally, Pogue hosts PBS NOVA science specials and has written or co-written seven For Dummies books.
Early Life and Education
Born March 9, 1963 in Shaker Heights, Ohio and graduating with a BA from Yale University with honors in Music in 1985, he went on to conduct and arrange Broadway musicals for 10 years after.
Pogue wrote the weekly tech column for The New York Times’ Smarter Living section from 2000-2013 and also serves as an Emmy Award-winning correspondent on CBS News Sunday Morning since 2002. He has provided coverage on technology, science, the environment and show business topics.
Errol Pogue has contributed to many books in the For Dummies series, such as computer instruction books published under Missing Manual’s Missing Manual line of computer books, as well as publishing his bestselling tips and shortcuts series ‘Pogue’s Basics’. His zodiac sign is Pisces while his birth flower is the daffodil.
As soon as Pogue graduated Yale with honors in 1985 with a degree in music, he spent 10 years conducting and arranging Broadway musicals in New York. Since 2009 he has written his “Crowdwise” column for The New York Times Smarter Living section; furthermore he is also an Emmy Award winning correspondent on CBS News Sunday Morning as well as author of Missing Manual series computer how-to books.
Pogue has written or co-written over 120 books, many in his Missing Manual tech series first created in 1999. Additionally, he has presented 18 NOVA science specials such as Hunting the Elements and Making Stuff on PBS.
According to Paradise News in 2021, television presenter is an American who lives in Westport, Connecticut and earned approximately $400 thousand annually.
Achievement and Honors
David Pogue is an acclaimed American science and technology writer, TV show host, columnist for Scientific American magazine and host of NOVA ScienceNow on PBS. Additionally he has written several For Dummies books as well as co-creating The Missing Manual series of computer instructional books.
He is a three-time TED speaker, has delivered talks at both government and educational conferences about social media, disruptive technologies and digital photography, and graduated Yale with honors in music before going on to conduct and arrange Broadway musicals for over 10 years.
He prefers not to flaunt his wealth, and has kept details about it private. Sources have noted that television is his main source of income; his wife Nicki Dugan Pogue serves as Vice President at OutCast Agency.
David Pogue is an American technology writer and television science presenter who prefers to remain out of the limelight. While his wealth remains hidden from public view, many sites such as AllFamousBirthday and BuzzLearn estimate his net worth at between $1-5 Million.
Pogue writes the weekly New York Times personal technology column “Crowdwise”, is a correspondent for CBS News Sunday Morning and Scientific American; is a best-selling author on technology, science, show business and show biz; hosts 20 NOVA science specials for PBS; co-owns OutCast Agency with Nicole Vosshall Dugan who serves as Vice President for Accounts with OutCast Agency in both San Francisco and New York City; they are married.
David Pogue is an internationally-recognized technology writer and TV science presenter. He frequently appears on CBS News Sunday Morning as well as contributing a “Crowdwise” column to The New York Times Smarter Living section, writing seven For Dummies books of his own in addition to appearing as a correspondent on this program.
He graduated Yale with honors in 1985, then spent 10 years conducting and arranging Broadway musicals in New York. During this time he received two Emmy awards, two Webby awards, and the Loeb award for journalism.
David Pogue is estimated to have an estimated net worth between $1 Million and $5 Million. Rather than flaunt his wealth publicly, he prefers keeping it private – particularly considering his fortune is shared with Nicki Dugan Pogue of OutCast Agency of San Francisco and New York City where they both hold vice president accounts roles.