Bret Baier Re-Signs Multi-Year Deal With Fox News
Fox News’ Bret Baier has re-signed a multi-year deal to remain with the network, continuing as the anchor of Special Report in addition to acting as lead anchor of Fox News’ political news coverage through the 2016 election.
Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes described Baier’s approach to journalism as “tough but fair,” adding that “I’m proud to have him at the helm of this year’s election coverage and for years to come.”
Adds Baier: “I am humbled by Roger’s trust and confidence and look forward to carrying out his vision for FNC – a commitment to breaking news, asking tough questions, and doing it in a fair and balanced way.”
Baier has anchored Special Report — the number one political news program on cable — since 2009, when he took over the helm from Brit Hume, who currently serves as the network’s senior political analyst.
In the months to come, Baier will anchor live from both the Democratic National Convention and the Republican National Convention in addition to co-anchoring the network’s election night coverage with Megyn Kelly.
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