Dan is the Weekend Anchor and three-time Emmy Award winning reporter at FOX flagship station, WNYW-TV in New York.
He is also the host of a true crime podcast called “The Tape Room With Dan Bowens.” In addition, he also writes and helps produce FOX 5's Emmy nominated series, “Jazz Stories.”
In 2018, Dan was part of a team at WNYW that won a New York Emmy for a special report on Autism. In 2015, Dan was nominated for a NY Emmy Award for General Assignment Reporting. He also helped launch three other Emmy Nominated series at the station, “The Big Idea,” “FOX Docs” and “FOX 5 Films.”
Prior to working with FOX 5 in New York City, Dan worked at WRAL-TV in Raleigh, NC where he won two regional Emmy Awards. He also worked at WINK-TV in Fort Myers, Florida and KEPR-TV in the Tri-Cities, Washington.
Dan has been active in the community, volunteering his time at schools and other community organizations. He has also served as Master of Ceremonies for numerous events, including at the famed Apollo Theatre in Harlem, and the annual Cultural Awareness Salute Gala with the Black Culinary Association.
A New Jersey native, Dan, his wife, and their three children call the Garden State home.
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The Tape Room revisits the assassination of mob boss Carmine "The Cigar" Galante in Brooklyn in 1979.
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A fire tore through the Stouffer's Inn in Harrison, N.Y., on a cold morning of Dec. 4, 1980. Within minutes, 26 people were dead. A hotel employee was put on trial. He was accused of setting the fire so he could then act the hero and extinguish it. But is that really what happened?
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A notorious 1991 murder, known as the “Baby Hope” case is one of several cases being revisited as part of a first-of-its-kind true crime podcast by the NYPD called “Break in the Case.”
The NYPD is producing its own true-crime podcast—the first type of project like this from the largest police force in the country. Break in the Case will eventually feature three different crimes.