Fox News Channel has inked a new, multi-year deal with anchor Martha MacCallum.
Under the terms of the new agreement she will stay on as the co-anchor of “America’s Newsroom” from 9-11 AM alongside Bill Hemmer.
“Martha brings unique enthusiasm and talent to delivering the news and connects incredibly well with our viewers,” said Fox News CEO Roger Ailes in a statement. “We look forward to her continuing to play a valuable role in the network’s success.”
MacCallum joined FNC in 2004, anchoring “Fox News Live” and later “The Live Desk” before joining “America’s Newsroom.” In addition to covering the 2004, 2008 and 2012 elections, she has covered Hurricane Katrina and the Royal Wedding, and interviewed a slew of prominent newsmakers.
Before joining FNC McCallum was an anchor at CNBC, as the co-anchor of “Morning Call” and the anchor of “Checkpoint.”
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