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Posts Tagged ‘Fox Business Network’

WVIT Reporter Jo Ling Kent Joining Fox Business Network

WVIT reporter Jo Ling Kent is joining Fox Business Network. Kent will serve as a New York-based reporter, covering breaking financial news and international market moves, beginning May 1.

Before joining WVIT, Kent covered the 2012 Presidential election as a campaign embed reporter for NBC News. She has also worked as an associate producer in CNN’s Beijing bureau and as a web reporter for ABC News.

“Jo is an extremely accomplished reporter,” FBN EVP Kevin Magee said in a statement. “Her experience overseas will help our audience understand international markets and economies.”

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FBN’s Melissa Francis on Going From Small Market Minimum Wage to Having Her Own Cable Show

Fox Business anchor Melissa Francis went from making minimum wage at a small market in Maine to become a force in financial news. In the second part of mediabistroTV‘s three-part interview with Francis, the veteran journalist talks about the sacrifices she made to get to where she is today (video above).

Mitt Romney Rephrases Stance on Gay Adoption in WBTV Interview

Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney used a recent one-on-one interview with WBTV as an opportunity to clarify his position on gay adoption.

Following President Obama‘s declaration of support for same-sex marriage last week, Romney has continually fielded questions about gay rights and, in an interview with the Fox Business Network last Thursday, he raised eyebrows when he said that it’s “fine” for gay couples to adopt.

Speaking with WBTV’s Paul Cameron, Romney backed away from that statement. Read more