Considered as the top ranked news channel in the world, Fox News not only produces news to the public, they also made their news anchors, correspondents, and reporters famous. Despite labeled as to have been giving or reporting biased news to the public, Fox News however, has proven that they can deliver. Through the years, from high rates to low, Fox News remained as the number one news channel to date, first to CNN and MSNBC. For now, let us set aside the facts on who’s the number one news channel. Let us take a moment to get to know the stars, the news personality that you see every night when you turn on the television for news. To top it off, let’s leave the gents to the side, and get to know more about the top ten ladies of Fox News.
10. JAMIE COLBY
Let’s start with Jamie Nell Colby. Not only is she one of Fox News top news correspondent, she is also an attorney. At the young age of 14, she received her Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting at the University Of Miami International School Of Business. By the age of 22, she got her Juris Doctor degree also in the same university. Before she became a news correspondent first in CNN then in Fox, she worked as a law professor and admitted to have privately practice law for 10 years. Jamie Nell Colby is a recipient of the Edward R. Murrow National Award, Gracie Allen Award, and also the Clarion Award.
9. COURTNEY FRIEL
As a little girl, Friel had already experiences in reporting. In her school, she was the regular announcer of their morning announcements. She has a degree of Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from San Diego University. Before working at KTLA-TV as a news anchor, she was the entertainment news reporter for KTT/Fox, Fox News Channel and other local news networks. She was a fill-in host for Fox and Friends, and also a guest contributor in Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld. Coutney Friel has also appeared in sexy men’s magazine such as Maxim and FHM, and she is married to CBS news correspondent Carter Evans.
8. JENNA LEE
A veteran in the Fox news industry, Jenna Anne Lee first started to work as a news anchor in the Fox Business News, making her as one of the first news anchor when the show made its debut in 2007. She previously worked in Forbes.com as a news anchor and reporter. Jenna Lee graduated from the University of California Santa Barbara, earning a degree of Bachelor of Arts in English and Global International Studies. She finished her Masters of Science degree in journalism at the Columbia University. Jenna Lee is one of the most driven news correspondents in the news industry. She appeared in Cosmopolitan’s September 2009 issue, and she is married to a former navy seal name B. Leif Babin.
7. ALISYN CAMEROTA
Alisyn Camerota graduated from the American University in Washington, with a degree in Broadcast Journalsim in the university’s School of Communication. Before she became as one of the top news anchors in Fox, she first worked with WHDH, WTTG, America’s Most Wanted, and the Koppel Communications. She later joined Fox, first as its news correspondent in Boston Bureau, then later on became its program host in Fox News Channel’s Fox and Friends, and America’s News Headquarters alongside news anchor Bill Hemmer.
6. JULIE BANDERAS
A graduate of Emerson College, Julie E. Bidwell was the news anchor for Fox Report Weekend, and then later on became the news correspondent for Fox News Channel. Prior to her working with Fox, she worked as local news anchor for WHSV-TV, WBRE-TV, WFSB-TV, and WNYW. When she transferred to Fox in year 2005, she was one of their general assignment reporters; she later replaced Laurie Dhue as anchorwoman for Fox Report Weekend. She left for a while for a maternity leave, then came back, and was reassigned to be Fox’s general news correspondent.
5. MARTHA MacCALLUM
With a networh of $8million, Martha MacCallum is one of the top lady news correspondents. She has covered the 2004, 2008 and 2012 presidential elections, and even covered the news during the birth of Prince William and wife Kate Middleton’s son, Prince George of Cambridge and the funeral of Pope John Paul II. Prior to her work as the anchorwoman for Fox News Channel, MacCallum has worked with Corporate finance Magazine, CNBC, WBIS-TV, and Wall Street Journal Television. Now, she is the host of the America’s Newsroom on Fox News Channel alongside Bill Hemmel.
4. SHANNON BREAM
A journalist, a reporter, and a beauty queen, Shannon Bream worked her way before finally Fox. She is a graduate of Liberty University with a degree in business, and from there, she joined the Miss Virginia pageant in which she won the title. Bream later on joined Miss America in which she finished as one of the top 10 contestants. She took up law in Florida State University, and during her stay there, she joined the Miss Florida USA pageant, she won, and went on to become as its representative for Miss USA. She finished as fourth runner up. Prior to her career in Fox News Channel, she worked with ABC, CBS, and NBC.
3. AINSLEY EARHARDT
A top graduate in her alma mater, University of South Carolina with a degree in Journalism, she is also a member of the Alpha Delta Pi sorority, and is a recipient of the Carolinian Creed Award for her character and leadership. With this, she was elected to the University Of South Carolina Homecoming Court, and was given the University of South Carolina Young Alumni Award; they named her School of Journalism and Mass Communication’s 2007 Outstanding Young Alumna. Prior to her work in Fox, she has worked with CBS, KENS-TV, and WLTX. The viewers of WLTX voted her as Best Personality of The Year which appeared in Columbia Metropolitan Magazine.
2. ANDREA TANTAROS
As young as she is, you will be shocked on what she has achieved. As one of the host of The Five on Fox News Channel, Tantaros is both a political analyst and a writer. Along with her job as co-host in Fox News Channel, with regular appearances in Fox Business Channel, Tataros also writes for New York Daily News, as well as Newsmax. She has a degree from Lehigh University majoring in journalism and French. This lady is fluent in a total of four languages, which includes English, Spanish, Greek, and French. As a political analyst, she has worked as press secretary to Republican Leaders in the U.S. House of Representatives, and has also worked on political campaigns. Prior to Fox, she has worked with CNN, MSNBC, and CNBC.
1. MEGYN KELLY
Megyn Marie Kelly, a multi-talented news anchor and attorney of law. Kelly is a graduate of Syracuse University with a degree in Political Science, and also a graduate of Albany Law School. After she finished law school, she worked in the Bickel and Brewer LLP as an associate, she also wrote for the American Bar Association, then joined the Jones Day where she served as an attorney for nine years. Upon her move to Washington D.C., Kelly was then hired by ABC. She applied for Fox and was accepted first working as general assignment reporter. Kelly earned massive news attention when she was reporting about the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election. Now, in her career in Fox News Channel, she is now the host of the news program The Kelly File.