Because of this, it might be surprising to know that it has a great many female news anchors.

Ron Hoon co-anchors "FOX 10 Arizona Morning" weekdays from 4:30am to 10am. MacCallum has a long career before starting at Fox News. Richard Saenz handles sports reporting duties on FOX 10 weekdays at 5pm, 9pm and 10pm and on "FOX 10 SportsNight.". Extra employs a staff of about 150 people, consisting of hosts and correspondents presenting story packages, and editors, producers, library staff and film crews who produce and compile the program. MacCallum has a long career before starting at Fox News.

She is the daughter of a United States Army officer and Army Aviator, Lieutenant Colonel Bob Harris. [8], On August 27, 2020, it was announced that the twenty-seventh season will premiere on September 8, 2020.[9]. Kristy Siefkin is FOX 10's weeknight weather anchor. MacCallum served as a business news correspondent and anchor for The Wall Street Report, World Market Outlook, and Business USA. Heather Childers is one of the co-hosts of Fox & Friends First, which is the early morning news show on that channel. Brian Webb co-anchors the weekend editions of FOX 10 News broadcasts - Saturdays and Sundays from 5pm to 6pm and 9pm to 10:30pm. Ainsley Earhardt is the co-host of Fox & Friends. The program was developed under the working title Entertainment News Television; however due to claims that it too closely mirrored its own name, cable channel E!

Andrea Robinson said goodbye to the morning show on Fox 10 Wednesday after 12 years on the job. Apparently, this condition began after she was involved in a car wreck when she was 16 years old. Kooiman hosted the weekend editions of Fox and Friends and Extra Segments. She also wrote the memoir, The Light Within Me. Some of these news anchors are minorities, many of them are highly educated, and some of them even have liberal political leanings. In September 2007, the production staff of Extra also began handling production responsibilities for CW Now, a weekly lifestyle newsmagazine that aired as part of The CW's Sunday night lineup; that program was cancelled due to low ratings in February 2008, after 18 episodes, continuing to broadcast some CW interstitial segments for several more months after. Perino is also the president of Dana Perino and Company, and she is the founder of Minute Mentoring, which is a women’s leadership program to foster the next generation of female leaders.

The program serves as a straight rundown of news headlines and gossip throughout the entertainment industry, providing coverage of events and celebrities; however, since 2013, it has also placed an even greater emphasis on interviews and insider previews of upcoming film and television projects.

When she reported from the New York Stock Exchange, she got the nickname “Money Honey,” which she now uses as a brand name for a line of children’s products, which includes toys, puzzles, and coloring books designed to teach children about money.

She also worked as an associate in corporate relations at Dow Jones & Company.

She also has a master’s degree in public affairs from the University of Illinois Springfield.