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Fox News Executive Sharri Berg Honored

JCRCBergFox News and FOX TV Stations SVP Sharri Berg was honored as the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York’s 2014 Corporate Leader Wednesday night in an event at the Pierre Hotel. Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes, a previous JCRC honoree, introduced Berg.

Berg, who has been with Fox for more than 17 years and was promoted to her current role in October 2005, is responsible for synergy between Fox News and the 28 Fox-owned TV stations.

In the past, the JCRC has honored former Mayor Michael Bloomberg and News Corp and 21st Century Fox Chairman Rupert Murdoch.

Berg is pictured with Ailes (above), along with Fox News anchor Bill Hemmer, Ronald G. Weiner, the president of the JCRC of New York, and Rabbi Michael S. Miller, the CEO of JCRC of New York.

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The Ticker: Berg, Walker, Tirrell

  • Sharri Berg, the senior vice president of news operations for Fox News Channel and Fox Television Stations, will be honored with the Corporate Leader Award by the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York at a gala next week.

  • Amara Walker is joining CNN International as an anchor. Walker, formerly a weekend anchor at WFLD in Chicago, has been filling in on CNN for the past few months. TVSpy has more details.

  •  After seven years as a reporter for Bloomberg News, Meg Tirrell is joining CNBC. She will report on the biotechnology and pharmaceutical beat beginning April 7.

FNC Welcomes New Class of Junior Reporters

With the inaugural class of Ailes Junior Reporters recently completing their two years at Fox News, the program is preparing to welcome five new aspiring reporters to its ranks.

The Alpha class (pictured) have all accepted jobs in the television industry since completing the program. Garrett Tenney and Michelle Macaluso are Fox News correspondents based in Chicago and Washington, respectively, and Patrick Manning is an associate producer for FNC’s New York bureau. Mary Quinn O’Conner is a digital reporter for the Fox owned station in Charlotte and Pete Griffin is a reporter at the ABC affiliate in Phoenix.

“I created this program with the hope of developing young and promising talent. I am greatly encouraged by the successful results of the previous two years and look forward to cultivating our next group of junior reporters,” Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes said in a statement.

Multichannel News talks to Sharri Berg, Fox News’ senior vice president of news operations and services, about the incoming class of Junior Reporters: Read more