Brad Giffen is a Canadian news anchor who has worked on television in both Canada and the United States.
Over his broadcasting career he has also worked as a radio personality, disc jockey, VJ, television reporter and television producer.
Giffen graduated from the Poynter Institute for Advanced Journalism Study. In the 1980s he was a broadcaster on both CHUM and CHUM-FM radio stations out of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and was also one of John Majhor's replacement veejays on CITY-TV's music video program Toronto Rocks. In 1985, he hosted the CBC Television battle of the bands competition Rock Wars.
In 1990, Giffen became a reporter for CFTO's nightly news program World Beat News (later rebranded as CFTO News in early 1998, and CTV News in 2005).
In 1993, Giffen moved to the United States and became co-anchor of the nightly news on the Fox affiliate KSTU, out of Salt Lake City, Utah. Giffen left that post in 1995.
Giffen went on to become the anchorman for ABC affiliate WGNO in New Orleans, Louisiana until 2002. While in New Orleans he also hosted and produced the program ABC26 News This Week.
From 2003 to 2008 he anchored the 5:30PM newscast at ABC affiliate WWSB in Sarasota, Florida.
Giffen returned to Canada in 2008 to work this time as an anchor for CTV News Channel.
Giffen has two children. He "spends his free time skiing, kayaking and learning how to salsa dance."
Giffen was awarded "Best In-Depth News Reporting" by the Utah Broadcaster's Association. He was also awarded "Best Newscast with Special Distinction" by the Louisiana Broadcaster's Association.