Since its launch in 1996, the Fox News Channel has been consistently the best ranked news channel. No network achieves these results without a talented reporting and anchoring team, complete with likable personalities. Below is an overview of some of the most popular Fox news anchors and commentators.
The most visible of the anchors on Fox News is Shepard Smith, who has worked at the network for 17 years. Smith has anchored the nightly Fox News Program The Fox Report, and is known for his pithy yet relatable news coverage. Smith also goes on location frequently, including with both candidates during the recent 2012 election.
Fox news anchor Neil Cavuto is a mainstay of pro market views. Now a managing editor and senior vice president of business news, Cavuto still anchors several business programs, including the shows Your World with Neil Cavuto, Cavuto on Business, and the Fox Business News channel show Cavuto. An alum of CNBC, Cavuto is also a New York Times bestseller, and with many other financial news agencies.
One of the most enduring anchors of Fox News is Geraldo Rivera, who has spent 40 years in newspapers. A veteran of ABC, NBC and CNBC, Rivera joined Fox News in 2001 as a war correspondent. In the years since, he has anchored the show Geraldo at Large.
Perhaps the most famous Fox News personality is Bill O’Reilly. As the host and executive producer of the show the O’Reilly Factor, O’Reilly brings his viewers news analysis and his own commentary, and routinely attracts major news makers to his show. His program is not only the most highly rated Fox News show, but also the highest rated cable TV news show since 2003.
Fox News is a cultural institution because it attracts top personalities. Whether they stick to hard hitting journalism, controversial commentary, or just a pleasant reporting voice, the Fox News Channel has a pool of great personalities. If you want to see for yourself, just turn them on, and see what they have to say.