David Noto

David Noto

Bio

David Noto began his journalism career in 2001 after graduating from Syracuse University with a degree in speech communication and a minor in education studies. He worked as the foreign editor for Fox News Radio in New York for several years before moving to Bogotá, Colombia to become an international correspondent. While in South America, Noto covered a vast array of stories for Fox News Radio and FoxNewsLatino.com, such as the Chilean miners rescue, the Colombian drug war and the U.S. relationship with Venezuela. He has also flourished as a reporter of business, politics, sports, innovation, and social awareness. On the local news scene in Bogotá, Noto was the head writer for the Colombian capital’s first English-language newspaper called The City Paper. In the field of education, he is the co-owner/general director of Trust Languages, a company that teaches English as a foreign language to multinational companies. Now back in his home country, Noto can concentrate on his biggest obsession: the Detroit Lions. Having suffered through many painful NFL seasons in his life, he dreams that his team can eventually overcome a history of bad luck and put together a group of players that can one day bring a Super Bowl title to the Motor City.