In recent times, Fox News has seen an increasing number of undisputable powerful female voices taking TV hosting, anchoring, and reporting to the next level. Undoubtedly, the Fox News female anchors are excellent at their top-level jobs. They are well-trained, professional journalists, and spokeswomen who have shaped opinions for decades. But the women are also stars in their own right. They have the skills to deliver the news to millions of households in America and dig the information needed out of their viewers in the process.
Fox News is an authoritative cable network that holds a unique place in the American media landscape, especially the ideological right. The network has had its share of tilt over the years, with a preference for interviewing one-sided political opinions and focusing on stories that generate tabloid craze and controversy.
However, the network remains one of the most-watched cable news channels in America. But part of the reason people tune in to watch Fox News is because of its female anchors.
Fox News female anchors
The women of Fox News have become an undeniable presence for the digital age, offering insightful political viewpoints in primetime. Their influence also extends over onto all social media networks where they engage their followers. Who are the Fox News Channel female anchors to watch in 2021?
1. Arthel Neville
Arthel Neville first joined Fox News Channel in 1998 and served as a news contributor until 2001. Currently, she serves as a co-anchor for America’s News Headquarters based in New York on Saturdays.
Although one could mistake Arthel Neville to be any other television personality and the daughter of a Grammy Award winner, her background and talent exude distinctiveness in many ways. She has been a pioneer in the American media space and is a household name in the country.
2. Cheryl Casone
Cheryl Casone is an anchor on Fox Business Network, a position she has held since September 2007. Casone also contributes to financial news on Fox News Channel, where she presents weekly job reports. Like most of her peers, she has many years of experience in the journalism space, covering finance, business, and consumer news.
She is the one to watch in 2021, primarily because of her extensive reporting on many topics, including corporate governance, foreign investments, global markets, and the economy at large.
3. Dagen McDowell
Dagen McDowell has been an anchor on Fox Business Network since 2007. She appears on the network every day on weekdays during the segment titled Mornings with Maria.
McDowell also serves as a business correspondent for Fox News Channel and makes regular appearances across several Fox News Channel programmes. As a highly acclaimed anchor, McDowell comes from a financial background and her analysis on business and politics will be crucial to watch out for in 2021.
4. Dana Perino
Dana Perino is one of the most experienced and skilled women of Fox News. She currently co-anchors America’s Newsroom, a Fox News Channel morning news programme. Perino also serves as the co-host of The Five, a panel talk show that discusses the current stories, political issues, and pop culture.
She hosts her show on Fox Nation dubbed Dana Perino’s Book Club and has played a significant role in making Fox News Channel a top-rated network in debating and debunking politics and current events.
5. Gerri Willis
Gerri Willis is an anchor and personal finance reporter for Fox Business Network. She has extensive experience in the financial industry and even won the Excellence in Retirement Savings Reporting award in 2001. In addition, Willis has authored two business books titled The Smart Money Guide to Real Estate Investing and Home Rich.
Her reporting on financial matters is a must-watch because she focuses more on saving money and the economy's effects on personal finance. Currently, she is on leave of absence as she undergoes surgery for cancer.
6. Harris Faulkner
Harris Faulkner is an award-winning television host, newscaster, and anchor on Fox News Channel. She currently anchors two daily daytime programmes on the network, The Faulkner Focus and Outnumbered. Furthermore, she serves as a co-anchor and has hosted America Together with Harris Faulkner: The Shot and America Copes Together.
Faulkner is one of the most experienced anchors on FNC, having joined the network in 2007. Unlike most of her peers, Faulkner has won many awards, including four regional Emmy Awards for Best Anchor three years in a row. She also received the Amelia Earhart Pioneering Lifetime Achievement Award for her humanitarian efforts.
7. Jennifer Griffin
Jennifer Griffin is one of the top female correspondents on Fox News Channel. She joined the network in 1999 as a Jerusalem-based correspondent. She later got a promotion to become the National Security Correspondent for Fox News based in Washington D.C.
Griffin has reported and continues to report extensively for the network, including the withdrawal of USA troops from Afghanistan. But her time at FNC has focused more on security matters and has interviewed top government officials involved in securing America, its interests, and allies.
8. Julie Banderas
Julie Banderas works as an anchor for Fox News Channel based in New York. She joined the network in 2005 as a general assignment reporter and has served as a rotating anchor on weekdays for Fox. Banderas is also one of a few anchors on FNC who have won an Emmy Award.
In 2004, she won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Single Newscast for her coverage of the Republican National Convention. The anchor is one to watch in 2021 because she has never appeared shy about sharing her opinions on the air.
9. Laura Ingraham
Laura Ingraham is a talk show host on Fox News Channel. She hosts her show dubbed The Ingraham Angle that airs on the network every weeknight. Ingraham joined Fox in 2007 as a contributor.
In that period, she has made it to the top Fox News female host's names because of the way she challenges decision-makers in Washington. In addition, Ingraham uses her platform to highlight the importance of faith in American and presents stories that show the American spirit.
10. Lauren Simonetti
Lauren Simonetti is one of the brunette female anchors on Fox News. Simonetti joined Fox Business Network in 2007 as a field producer and later became a reporter for the network in September 2011. She is also a co-anchor of a programme on Fox titled FNB: AM that airs every weekday on the network. The anchor is one to watch out for in 2021 because she reports on economic events and financial matters.
11. Liz Claman
Liz Claman joined the Fox Business Network in 2007 as an anchor. She currently anchors a programme on the network titled The Claman Countdown every weekday. Claman uses the programme to report more about Wall Street.
It takes a look at the markets heading into the final 30 minutes of trading and the various stocks that are moving in late-day trading. Apart from reporting about Wall Street, she also interviews top figures in the financial sector, including treasury secretaries, CEOs, and business leaders.
12. Maria Bartiromo
Maria Bartiromo is one of the top female news anchors on Fox News. She joined Fox Business Network in 2014 as a Global Markets Editor. Bartiromo then became an anchor of a programme called Mornings with Maria on the network.
Currently, she anchors Sunday Morning Futures, one of the most-watched Sunday morning programmes on cable TV and Fox News Channel. In 2009, the Financial Times named her one of the 50 Faces That Shaped the Decade.
13. Martha MacCallum
Martha MacCallum is among the top Fox News female cast. She serves as the anchor and executive editor of The Story with Martha MacCallum that airs every weekday. MacCallum joined Fox News Channel in 2004.
The news anchor focuses her reporting on the headlines that are of most importance to Americans. In addition, she interviews newsmakers and analysts to voice their opinion on the current political events in the country.
14. Sandra Smith
Sandra Smith joined the Fox network in 2007 as a reporter for Fox Business Network. She currently works as a co-anchor of America Reports on Fox News Channel. Smith works with other newsmakers and experts to debate more on the latest headlines and issues of the day. Furthermore, she has appeared in many different programmes on FNC, including Outnumbered, The Story with Martha MacCallum, and America’s Newsroom.
15. Shannon Bream
Shannon Bream joined Fox News Channel in 2007 as a Washington DC correspondent. Her initial job was to cover the Supreme Court, but she later moved to anchor the news. Currently, Bream serves as the anchor of a programme called Fox News @ Night with Shannon Bream.
Shannon Bream is the Chief Legal Correspondent for Fox News and hosts a podcast on Fox News Radio called Livin’ the Bream. The anchor is one to watch in 2021, primarily because of her background as a lawyer and extensive coverage of everything related to the law.
Fox News female anchors are an undeniable presence for the digital age and have helped shape the opinions of millions of Americans. Some of the top women of Fox News include Martha MacCallum, Shannon Bream, Sandra Smith, Liz Claman, Dana Perino, and Harris Faulkner. The anchors use their training and skills to deliver the news and have become powerful voices on cable TV.
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Nazanin Boniadi tops the list of these ladies. She is a 41-year-old actress whose family relocated to London during the Iranian revolution. Nazanin has a degree in Biological Sciences and has appeared in numerous films. Mahlagha Jaberi, an actress, model and influencer, is also one of the gorgeous Iranian women. Check out the article for more gorgeous Iranian beauties.
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Women of Fox News
James A. Watkins is an entrepreneur, musician, and a writer with four non-fiction books and hundreds of magazine articles read by millions.
Laura Ingraham, whom I met once, appears often on Fox News as a political commentator. She is a breast cancer survivor. Laura Ingraham is a bestselling author and the sixth most popular radio talk show host in America. She was born in 1964; reared in Connecticut; earned a degree at Dartmouth; graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law. Laura Ingraham clerked for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas prior to becoming a defense attorney in New York City.
Molly Line (born 1977) joined Fox News as a correspondent in 2006. She had previously worked in television news in West Virginia, Albany, and Boston. Molly Line earned her degree in mass communications at Virginia Tech.
Courtney Friel was born in 1980 and grew up in Norristown, Pennsylvania. She earned a degree in political science at San Diego State before working on television for numerous network programs. In 2003, Courtney Friel became the news anchor at a Jackson, Tennessee station. She has been the entertainment reporter for Fox News since 2007.
Amy Kellogg has worked for Fox News since 1999 and is based in London. She holds degrees in Russian studies from Brown and Stanford. Amy Kellogg is fluent in Russian, Spanish and French. She previously worked as a television reporter in Pennsylvania and Syracuse. She has reported from Iran, Chechnya, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Poland, India and Africa. Amy Kellogg is courageous.
Uma Pemmeraju was born in India in 1958. Her father, a research scientist, moved the family to San Antonio, Texas, in 1964. They were then the only Indians in that city. Uma Pemmaraju's grandfather was a newspaper publisher in south India. She received her degree in political science at Trinity University; tried her hand at newspaper reporting; worked in television news in Dallas and Boston. She was on the original team when Fox News launched, thus becoming the first Indian-American news anchor in network news.
Harris Faulkner is a six time Emmy Award winner who serves Fox News as the breaking news anchor. Born in Atlanta in 1965, her father was a military aviator. Harris Faulkner graduated from UCSB with a degree in mass communications, followed by work for local television news in Los Angeles; Greenville, South Carolina; and eight years in Kansas City. She joined Fox News in 2005. Harris Faulkner: "God doesn't call the qualified. He qualifies the called. You only need to open your heart to prepare for His next assignment." "Our goodness is measured by how we treat others who can't do anything for us."
Michelle Malkin is a nationally syndicated newspaper columnist; bestselling author; one of the top 100 bloggers in the world; and political commentator for Fox News. She was born in 1970 and reared in New Jersey, the daughter of Filipino immigrants. Michelle Malkin graduated from Oberlin College, and then went to work for the Los Angeles Times from 1992-1994, followed by a stint of a few years at the Seattle Times. She has two children and lives in Colorado.
Lauren Green is the religion correspondent for Fox News. Born in 1963, she is from Minneapolis, where she was a gymnast in high school. Lauren Green majored in music at the University of Minnesota, and is a well known concert pianist and recording artist. She became the first black Miss Minnesota in 1984, and went on to win both the swimsuit and talent competitions in the 1985 Miss America pageant. Lauren Green worked in local news in Minneapolis and Chicago before she became the first on-air talent hired by the fledgling Fox News Network in 1996.
Julie Banderas (born 1975) is the daughter of Howard Bidwell of the Connecticut Bidwells, and Fabiola Bidwell, who is originally from Colombia. She earned a degree from Emerson College in Boston and then went to work in television news there. Julie Banderas would go on to work in television news in Connecticut, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and New York City. She joined Fox News in 2005 and currently serves as weekend news anchor. Julie Banderas resides in The City.
Alisyn Camerota was born in 1966 and grew up in New Jersey. She earned a degree in broadcast journalism at American University in Washington, D.C. Alisyn Camerota worked for local television news programs in Washington and Boston before landing a gig with America's Most Wanted. She came to work at Fox News in 1998, where she is now a morning news anchor. Alisyn Camerota has three children. She was my long time favorite Fox lady because of her wit and winsomeness.
Megyn Kelly (born 1970) has been with Fox News since 2004, where she is the mid-morning news anchor. She previously worked at the Washington bureau for Fox. Megyn Kelly has a degree in political science from Syracuse University; and earned her J.D. at Albany Law School, where she was editor of Albany Law Review. She worked as a corporate litigator in Washington, New York and Chicago. Megyn Kelly is brilliant and forceful. She was my favorite Fox lady until recently.
My favorite Lady on Fox is Shannon Bream. The first time I saw her I thought "This woman is going to be a big star." Shannon Bream, born in 1971, graduated from Liberty University and then earned a Juris Doctorate with honors at Florida State University College of Law. She worked as an attorney in Tampa thereafter. She worked in television news in Tampa; Washington, D.C.; and Charlotte, where she anchored the evening news. Shannon Bream has been with Fox News since November, 2007, where she is officially the Supreme Court reporter. I have noticed she is now appearing more often at the news desk. Shannon Bream was Miss Virginia in 1990 and Miss Florida in 1995. In her words: "I’d always had a news bug. I just wasn’t sure how I would ever make a career out of it. My husband, Sheldon, and I really spent a year in intense prayer and discussion about the move and sought counsel from people we trusted. I’m a firm believer that the Lord gives us passions that He has equipped us to pursue and plants that seed in our hearts. I came here and started what really is for me a dream job."
James A Watkins (author) from Chicago on November 04, 2019:
Carlton Mappin ~ I must say I agree with you. I guess those folks are on to make it fair and balanced. I like the lineup you say are the best people, especially Dobbs, Varney, and Carlson. I met Hannity and Ingraham before.
Thanks for reading my article and leaving your comments.
Carlton Mappin on November 03, 2019:
Fox anti Trumpers: Neil Cavuto, Charlie Assperino, Leland Vitters, Juan Williams! They need to GO! Also, Why does Fox continue to employ the Obama crowd? Jessica Tarkovsky, Marie Harf and Donna Brazil. We always mute the TV when those dreadful fakes are on!!
Best people are: Lou Dobbs, Stu Varney and Co, Tucker Carlson, Harris Faulkner, Fox & Friends, Sean Hannity, Laura Ingram.
James A Watkins (author) from Chicago on November 01, 2019:
Louis E. Bosse ~ Thank you very much for taking the time to read my article. I appreciate your comments. I believe he is playing the Devil's Advocate. I sure hope so.
Louis E. Bosse on October 30, 2019:
Is Juan Williams playing "devil's advocate " all the time or is he really that ignorant ? His viewpoint on most issues are so stupid I mute the voice when he's on !! Whoever is responsible for hiring this YOYO should be fired along with Juan !!!
James A Watkins (author) from Chicago on October 19, 2019:
chicha ~ Yes, I would say that is true.
James A Watkins (author) from Chicago on October 19, 2019:
Betty Boop ~ I hear ya. She does indeed have an irritating voice. Thank you very much for visiting my page.
chicha on October 17, 2019:
A good counsel (advice) has no price.
Betty Boop on October 15, 2019:
JessicaTarlov....PLEASE get this girl a voice coach! Her nasal whiney voice is a major annoyance. So irritating that we mute the sound and rely on closed caption when she speaks
James A Watkins (author) from Chicago on September 12, 2019:
Chica ~ I appreciate your thoughtful insights.
chicha on September 12, 2019:
True friendship is based on a mutual trust that admits neither reserve nor exception. A mended friendship is hardly straightforward.
James A Watkins (author) from Chicago on September 09, 2019:
You made a very good choice there, Jim. I need to write about her. Thanks for reading my work.
Jim on September 09, 2019:
Dana Perino is my favorite.
James A Watkins (author) from Chicago on August 02, 2019:
Shannon Bream ~ It is a distinct pleasure to hear from you! I call you Bream the Dream.
Shannon bream on July 31, 2019:
I think she is a beautiful woman. However her new longer hair style is not becoming to her youthful persona. It has added 10 years to her TV appearance.
James A Watkins (author) from Chicago on July 30, 2019:
Johnny Weaver ~ I guess 'fair and balanced' must include leftist's views. At least that way we know what they are thinking.
Thank you for taking the time to read my article. I appreciate your comments.
Johnny Weaver on July 27, 2019:
Arthel Neville is one of the most biased anti trump that you have please take her off I can turn to CNN or MSNBC if I wanted to hear that
James A Watkins (author) from Chicago on June 02, 2019:
Anastacia Parfan ~ I am thinking that was Arthel Neville. I did not see the program to which you refer.
Anastacia parfan on June 01, 2019:
The anchor lady of.saturday june 1, 2019 at 1:47 pm is bias she is giving more time to democrats and use to block the republican when they are answering the question.The last she interview is Antijuan and his partner which i know antinuan is democrats and give him a chance to talk more and she block the lady which is republican. Is this program was paid by Democrats? And who is this lady which is look like africanamerican. I will not watch if she is the anchor as many times she is bias.
James A Watkins (author) from Chicago on April 26, 2019:
Trish Regan~ Oh yes, I need to rewrite this article and add you to it. You are one of my favorites.
Trish regran on April 24, 2019:
James A Watkins (author) from Chicago on April 21, 2019:
Bob Benzing ~ Thank you for taking the time to read my article. I appreciate your comments as well. I did not watch Fox News yesterday so I missed the segment to which you refer. It does not sound good. I pulled up the photograph of Gillian Turner and she looks vaguely familiar. I am sorry to hear she misbehaved on national television.
Bob Benzing on April 20, 2019:
Just finished watching Fox News (11am on 4/20/19) and was applaud at the new person Gillian Turner and her nasty comments to a government official. For the moment I thought I was watching CNN! We love to watch Fox News but rude comments to this gentleman showed a lack of respect. Obviously she has a D behind her name. Guess we will have to change channels on Saturday mornings. We have a nice community in Diamondhead Ms. about 7,000 people. Many of this community are shocked to hearthese rude comments. Fox News should be able to do better on weekends!
James A Watkins (author) from Chicago on April 08, 2019:
Chicha ~ Amen! Well said.
chicha on April 08, 2019:
In life, the surest of friends, the first to welcome you, the first to defend you, the one whose honest heart belongs forever to his master, who works, fights, lives and breathes for himself.
James A Watkins (author) from Chicago on April 05, 2019:
A B Williams ~ You are quite welcome. I am glad you are not in Facebook Jail. Under surveillance? Probably. :-)
A B Williams from Central Florida on April 04, 2019:
Interesting...good advice James!
Thanks for the info., I am not in FB jail then, I haven't received any notifications or anything like that. Under surveillance? Scrutinized? Definitely.
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Top 10 Hottest Fox News Girls
Fox Fan here… A list of the Top 10 Hottest Fox News Girls – Fox News Babes. They bring you the news, we bring you the views.
I adore beautiful women and the halls of Fox are loaded with some of the most gorgeous ladies in the world. From the girl next door, to the elegant, to fashion model serious… there’s a female at Fox for every taste. But these ladies aren’t just looks, they’re extremely talented and have helped propel Fox News to the top of the cable news ratings. Have a look at the 10 of the hottest female anchors and reporters from Fox News and Fox Business.
These are TOP 10 Hottest Fox News Girls – Women Of Fox News 2021:
10. Jamie Colby
Jamie Colby currently serves as co-anchor of FOX News Channel’s (FNC) “America’s News Headquarters” (Saturdays 1-2PM/ET and Sundays 10-11AM and 12-1PM/ET). She joined the network in 2003 and is based in the New York bureau.
Prior to joining FNC, Colby was a correspondent for CNN. She also served as an anchor and reporter for CBS News, WPIX-TV (CW 11) and WNYW-TV (FOX 5) in New York, NY.
See also; World’s hottest female news anchors right now.
9. Sandra Smith
Sandra Smith joined FOX Business Network (FBN) as a reporter in October 2007. A graduate of Louisiana State University, Smith began her career as a research associate at Aegis Capital. There, she assisted in the research and analysis of retail stocks, prepared weekly stock newsletters to clients and identified investment opportunities.
Prior to joining FBN, Smith was an on-air reporter for Bloomberg Television.
8. Rebecca Diamond
Rebecca Diamond currently appears as a contributor on other Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network. She hosted the Fox Business Network TV show Happy Hour which was broadcast live from the Bull & Bear bar in the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City.
Diamond graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park, where she majored in Broadcast Journalism. She worked as an anchor/reporter for Lifetime Television and as a business writer for The Associated Press.
7. Patti Ann Browne
Patti Ann Browne currently serves as a co-host for Fox News Channel’s (FNC) “Fox & Friends First” (weekdays 5-6 a.m. ET). Additionally, she anchors hourly news updates for the Fox News Radio network. She joined the network in 2000 and is based in New York.
Browne is also a regular guest-panelist on Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld, a late night talk show on Fox News. She earned an M.A. summa cum laude from the New York Institute of Technology in NY and holds a B.A. from Fordham University
6. Molly Line
Molly Line joined Fox News Channel as a Boston-based correspondent in January 2006. Prior to joining FNC she worked as an anchor/reporter for WFXT (Channel 25), a Boston affiliate (Dec 2002-Dec 2005). While at WFXT, Line covered the sentencing of shoe bomber Richard Reid and the Station Nightclub Fire — a disaster that killed 100 people.
Line is a graduate of Virginia Tech where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication and Political Science.
5. Megyn Kelly
Megyn Kelly currently serves as anchor of FOX News Channel’s (FNC) The Kelly File (weekdays 9-10PM/ET) and is based in New York. She joined the network in 2004 as a Washington-based correspondent. She previously hosted America Live. Prior to that, Kelly co-hosted America’s Newsroom along with Bill Hemmer. Since 2007, the two have hosted Fox News Channel’s New Year’s Eve special every year.
Kelly earned her B.A. in Political Science from Syracuse University and a J.D. from Albany Law School, where she graduated with honors and served as editor of the Albany Law Review.
4. Julie Banderas
Julie Banderas joined the network in 2005 and currently serves as a New York-based correspondent for Fox News Channel (FNC).
In 2004, Banderas was awarded the “Outstanding Single Newscast” Emmy award for her coverage of the Republican National Convention. he graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Emerson College.
3. Andrea Tantaros
Andrea Tantaros is a co-host of the hit show “The Five,” weekdays at 5 p.m. ET on Fox News Channel and is the host of the nationally syndicated radio show, “The Andrea Tantaros Show.” Tantaros also appears regularly on the Fox Business Channel and writes a weekly column for the New York Daily News and Newsmax.
The Washington Times has called her “the most pragmatic personality on ‘The Five’… who has already had a lifetime of experience despite only being in her 30s.
2. Ainsley Earhardt
Ainsley Earhardt currently serves as a co-host of Fox News Channel’s (FNC) “FOX & Friends First” (Weekdays 5-6 a.m. ET). She joined the network in 2007 and is based in New York.
Prior to joining FNC, Earhardt served as an anchor for KENS-TV (CBS 5) in San Antonio, Texas and WLTX-TV (CBS 19) in Columbia, SC, where she was named “Best Personality of the Year” in Columbia Metropolitan Magazine.
Earhardt graduated from the University of South Carolina with a B.A. in journalism.
1. Jenna Lee
Jenna Lee currently serves as a New York-based anchor on Fox News Channel’s (FNC) Happening Now, alongside Jon Scott (weekdays 11AM-1PM/ET). Lee joined the network in 2007 as a reporter for the Fox Business Network (FBN) and transitioned to FNC in 2010.
Lee is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara, with a Bachelor of Arts in English and Global & International Studies with emphasis on politics and socioeconomics. She also holds a Master of Science degree in Journalism from Columbia University.
10 Of The Best Female Fox News Anchors
Fox News is well-known for its right-wing and conservative slant to reporting the news. Because of this, it might be surprising to know that it has a great many female news anchors. Some of these news anchors are minorities, many of them are highly educated, and some of them even have liberal political leanings.
We have compiled a list of our picks for the 10 best female Fox News anchors that are currently on the air. This list is based on their popularity as well as their accolades, education, and experience.
10. Julie Banderas
Julie Banderas is a rotating anchor for Fox Report and America’s News HQ. She used to host Fox Report Weekend. She has been working with Fox News since March 2005, when she started as a general assignment reporter. In 2006, she had an infamous on-air clash with Shirley Phelps-Roper, who was the former spokesperson for the Westboro Baptist Church.
Banderas has a bachelor’s degree from Emerson College.
Before working at Fox News, Banderas worked for WLVI-TV in Boston, WHSV-TV in Harrisonburg, Virginia, WBRE-TV in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, WFSB-TV in Hartford, Connecticut, and WNYW in New York City.
In 2004, she received the Emmy “Outstanding Single Newscast” Award for her coverage of the Republican National Convention.
9. Laura Ingraham
Laura Ingraham is the host of The Ingraham Angle on Fox News. She also hosts the nationally syndicated radio show, The Laura Ingraham Show. Additionally, she is the editor-in-chief of LifeZette.
Laura Ingraham is known for her far-right views, and she is extremely controversial. At various times, she has been boycotted by sponsors. Yet, she has impressive education, experience, and credentials.
Ingraham earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Dartmouth College and a law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law.
In the late 1980s, she worked as a speechwriter in the Reagan administration. After she graduated law school, she was a judicial clerk in the Second Circuit Court of Appeals in New York and later for the United States Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. After that, she worked as an attorney for the law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom.
Ingraham is the author of a number of books, including The Hillary Trap: Looking for Power in All the Wrong Places, The Obama Diaries, Of Thee I Zing, and Billionaire at the Barricades.
8. Heather Childers
Heather Childers is one of the co-hosts of Fox & Friends First, which is the early morning news show on that channel. She came to Fox News as a general assignment reporter in the fall of 2010. In August of 2011, she became an anchor on America’s News Headquarters.
Childers has a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prior to coming on Fox News, she worked at WCNC-TV, WFXL (a Fox affiliate in Albany, Georgia), WLOS-TV (an ABC affiliate in Asheville, North Carolina), and News 14 Carolina.
She has received many accolades, including the Best Female News Anchor and Best Documentary Readers Choice Award from the National Academy of Television Journalists, The Best News Anchor and Best Newscast from the Albany Herald, the Best Female News Anchor from Golden Viddy, Miss Charlotte Mecklenburg, and she was the Miss North Carolina Preliminary Winner.
Childers had to take a break from Fox & Friends starting in June of 2018. She needed surgery to correct a condition known as cervical stenosis with myelopathy, which means that her spinal cord was being compressed inside her neck. Apparently, this condition began after she was involved in a car wreck when she was 16 years old. She returned to work in September of 2018.
7. Harris Faulkner
Harris Faulkner is the anchor of the Sunday edition of Fox Report, one of the co-anchors of Outnumbered, and the host of her own show, Outnumbered Overtime. In 2016, Nielson ranked Outnumbered as one of the top ten Cable News Programs. Faulkner has received 6 Emmy Awards, including the 2005 Emmy for Best Newscaster and Best News Special.
She is the daughter of a United States Army officer and Army Aviator, Lieutenant Colonel Bob Harris. Her father served three tours in Vietnam, and Faulkner lived in many different places throughout her life, including Stuttgart, Germany.
Faulkner has a B.A. in mass communication from the University of California, Santa Barbara. In addition to her work at Fox News, she is a motivational speaker, writer, and philanthropist. She is involved with the Green Beret Foundation and the Navy Seal Foundation. She is also active in raising awareness and funds for breast cancer. For her humanitarian efforts, she has received the Amelia Earhart Pioneering Lifetime Achievement Award.
Her latest book, 9 Rules of Engagement – A Military Brat’s Guide to Life and Success, just came out in June of 2018.
6. Uma Pemmaraju
Uma Pemmaraju is the anchor of America’s News Headquarters with Um Pemmaraju. Pemmaraju joined Fox News Channel in October of 1996, and she was part of the original team. In her time at Fox News, she has interviewed a number of prestigious people, including the Dalai Lama, astronaut Buzz Aldrin, Joel Osteen, Carly Simon, Donald Trump, Whoopi Goldberg, and Sarah Palin.
In addition to working at Fox News, Pemmaraju also reports for Bloomberg News.
Prior to starting at Fox News, Pemmaraju worked at KENS-TV, the San Antonio Express-News newspaper, KTVT-11 in Dallas, WMAR-TV in Baltimore, WLVI in Boston, and WBZ-TV in Boston.
Pemmaraju was born in Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh, India, but she grew up in San Antonio, Texas. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science. During her studies, she participated in an exchange program in which she attended American University where she studied international relations. She has also taught journalism at Emerson College and Harvard University.
Pemmaraju was named “Boston’s Best Anchor” by Boston magazine in 1996 and 1997. She has also received numerous other accolades including numerous Emmy awards, the Texas AP Award for reporting, the Woman of Achievement Award from the Big Sisters Organization of America, and the Matrix Award from Women in Communications.
5. Ainsley Earhardt
Ainsley Earhardt is the co-host of Fox & Friends. In January of 2019, Fox & Friends had celebrated 207 months as the No. 1 cable news program in its timeslot. Earhardt joined Fox & Friends on February 29, 2016. According to Nielson, when she joined this show, its ratings went from 1.1 million to 1.6 million. Recently, Earhardt sat down for exclusive interviews with President Donald Trump, First Lady Melania Trump, and Vice President Mike Pence.
Earhardt started college at Florida State University and was a biology major. She then transferred to the University of South Carolina and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree (B.A.) in Journalism.
Earhardt started working at Fox News in 2007. That year she also received University of South Carolina’s Young Alumni Award. She was also named “Outstanding Young Alumna” for 2007 by the School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
She has written two children’s books, Take Heart, My Child and Through Your Eyes. She also wrote the memoir, The Light Within Me.
4. Shannon Bream
Shannon Bream is currently the anchor of Fox News @ Night with Shannon Bream. She is also the network’s Chief Legal Correspondent and the host of Livin’ the Bream. She co-anchored live coverage of former FBI director James Comey’s testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee and contributed to the live coverage of the 2016 presidential election.
Bream has a degree in Business from Liberty University and went to law school at Florida State University. She also interned with Bill McCollum when he was a congressman from Florida. While she was in law school, Bream won the Miss Florida USA pageant and placed fourth in the Miss USA 1995 pageant. She graduated from law school with honors, and in 2013, she became the first ever female keynote commencement speaker at Liberty University.
After graduating from law school, Bream started her career as a lawyer. She then began to pursue a career in television news. Prior to working for Fox News, she was the evening and late-night news reporter for WBTV, a CBS affiliate. She then worked as a weekend anchor and covered general assignments for WRC-TV, an NBC affiliate in Washington D.C.
Bream joined Fox News in November 2007, and she is based in their Washington D.C. bureau.
3. Martha MacCallum
Martha MacCallum has been with Fox News since 2004. She is currently the host of The Story with Martha MacCallum. She has interviewed many important people, including President Barack Obama, General David Petraeus, John McCain, Chris Christie, and Laura Bush. She has covered the 2004, 2008, 2012, and 2016 presidential elections. She also co-anchored the coverage of the visit of Pope Francis to the United States and the funeral of Pope John Paul II.
MacCallum has a long career before starting at Fox News. MacCallum served as a business news correspondent and anchor for The Wall Street Report, World Market Outlook, and Business USA. After that, she was a reporter and anchor for NBC/CNBC. While she was there, she created the series “Inside the Business” for the show Business Center.MacCallum has a bachelor’s degree in political science from St. Lawrence University. She also studied at the Circle in the Square Theatre School and she founded the Miranda Theater Company in New York. She also worked as an associate in corporate relations at Dow Jones & Company.
MacCallum has a long career before starting at Fox News. MacCallum served as a business news correspondent and anchor for The Wall Street Report, World Market Outlook, and Business USA. After that, she was a reporter and anchor for NBC/CNBC. While she was there, she created the series “Inside the Business” for the show Business Center. MacCallum has a bachelor’s degree in political science from St. Lawrence University. She also studied at the Circle in the Square Theatre School and she founded the Miranda Theater Company in New York. She also worked as an associate in corporate relations at Dow Jones & Company.
MacCallum has been awarded the Gracie Award for Women in Journalism two times. She has also received the Commitment to Serve award from Soldiersocks.
2. Maria Bartiromo
Maria Bartiromo is currently the host of Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo, Mornings with Maria, and Maria Bartiromo’s Wall Street on Fox News. She is also the Global Markets Editor at Fox Business Network and hosts Fox Business Global Power Players segments.
Bartiromo has a long and illustrious career. Prior to working at Fox News, Bartiromo worked at CNBC and CNN. She is the first woman to report live from the New York Stock Exchange in the late 1990s. She has appeared on numerous television shows including The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Real Time with Bill Maher, and The Colbert Report. She also was a guest host on Live with Regis and Kelly.
When she reported from the New York Stock Exchange, she got the nickname “Money Honey,” which she now uses as a brand name for a line of children’s products, which includes toys, puzzles, and coloring books designed to teach children about money.
Bartiromo has anchored television coverage of New York City’s Columbus Day parade since 1995, and she was the Grand Marshall in 2010. She also appeared in several documentaries and films.
Bartiromo graduated from New York University with a Bachelor of Arts degree, majoring in journalism and economics.
Bartiromo has received many accolades, including the Gracie Award for Outstanding Documentary and two Emmy Awards. In 2009, she was included in the list of the 50 People Who Shaped the Decade by Financial Times and listed as number 2 on Richtopia’s list of 250 Most Influential Business Journalists in February of 2017. She was also the first journalist to be inducted in the Cable Hall of Fame.
Bartiromo has written three books, Use the News: How to Separate the Noise from the Investment Nuggets and Make Money in Any Economy, The 10 Laws of Enduring Success, and The Weekend That Changed Wall Street.
1. Dana Perino
Dana Perino hosts The Daily Briefing with Dana Perino on Fox News. She is also a political commenter for Fox News and is the co-host of the talk show, The Five. In addition to her work with Fox News, she is a book publishing executive at Random House.
From 2007 to 2009, Perino served as the White House Press Secretary under President George W. Bush and was the second female who served in that role. She also spent seven years in the Bush Administration working at the Justice Department and the Council of Environmental Policy. In June of 2010, she was appointed to serve on the Broadcasting Board of Governors by Barack Obama where she remained until December of 2012.
Perino has a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication with minors in political science and Spanish. She also has a master’s degree in public affairs from the University of Illinois Springfield. While she was in graduate school, she was a daily reporter covering the Illinois Capitol for a CBS Affiliate, WCIA.
Perino is also the president of Dana Perino and Company, and she is the founder of Minute Mentoring, which is a women’s leadership program to foster the next generation of female leaders. Her other philanthropic activities include working for global maternal health and child development through the One Campaign and Mercy Ships and helping American veterans suffering from PTSD through Companions for Heroes.
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