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Ryan Beesley

Ryan Beesley

Ryan Beesley is a FOX 5 Storm Team meteorologist.

LaDawn Blackett Jones

LaDawn Blackett Jones

LaDawn “LBJ” Blackett Jones is a contributor to FOX 5 Atlanta's "Like It or Not" series.

Portia Bruner

Portia Bruner

Portia Bruner is an anchor and reporter for FOX 5 Atlanta.

Courtney Bryant

Courtney Bryant

Courtney Bryant is co-anchor of FOX 5 News at 5pm, 6pm and 10pm.

Cody Chaffins

Cody Chaffins

Cody Chaffins is a sports anchor and reporter for FOX 5 Atlanta.

David Chandley

David Chandley

David Chandley is the FOX 5 Storm Team’s Chief Meteorologist.

George Chidi

George Chidi

Georgie Chidi is a contributor to FOX 5 Atlanta's "Like It or Not" series.

Morse Diggs

Morse Diggs

Morse Diggs is a reporter for FOX 5 Atlanta.

Denise Dillon

Denise Dillon

Denise Dillon is a reporter for FOX 5 Atlanta.

Rob DiRienzo

Rob DiRienzo

Rob DiRienzo joined the FOX 5 Atlanta news team in November 2020

Deidra Dukes

Deidra Dukes

Deidra Dukes is a reporter and anchor for the weekend editions of FOX 5 News at 6 p.m., 10 p.m. and 11 p.m.

Alyse Eady

Alyse Eady

Alyse Eady is an anchor for Good Day Atlanta on FOX 5.

Doug Evans

Doug Evans

Doug Evans is a reporter and meteorologist for FOX 5 Atlanta.

Justin Felder

Justin Felder

Justin Felder is a sports reporter for FOX 5 Atlanta.

Joanne Feldman

Joanne Feldman

Joanne Feldman is the FOX 5 Storm Team meteorologist for Good Day Atlanta.

Dana Fowle

Dana Fowle

Dana Fowle is the FOX 5 Atlanta I-Team’s consumer reporter.

Beth Galvin

Beth Galvin

Beth Galvin is the health reporter for FOX 5 Atlanta.

Ron Gant

Ron Gant

Former Atlanta Braves All-Star player Ron Gant co-anchors Good Day Atlanta at 6 a.m. and 7 a.m. weekdays.

Lori Geary

Lori Geary

Lori Geary is a long-time political reporter in Atlanta who now is moderator of FOX 5 Atlanta's public affairs program "The Georgia Gang".

Tom Haynes

Tom Haynes

Tom Haynes is the anchor of FOX 5 News at 5 p.m. and News Edge at 11 p.m.

Jeff Hill

Jeff Hill

Jeff Hill is a FOX 5 Storm Team meteorologist.

Brian Hill

Brian Hill

Brian Hill joined FOX 5 Atlanta in March 2020 as a multimedia journalist. 

Tharon Johnson

Tharon Johnson

Tharon Johnson is a panelist on FOX 5 Atlanta's weekly public affairs program "The Georgia Gang".

Phil Kent

Phil Kent

Phil Kent is a panelist on FOX 5 Atlanta's weekly public affairs program "The Georgia Gang".

Janelle King

Janelle King

Janelle King is a panelist on FOX 5 Atlanta's weekly public affairs program "The Georgia Gang".

Buck Lanford

Buck Lanford

Buck Lanford co-anchors Good Day Atlanta weekday mornings on FOX 5.

Sharon Lawson

Sharon Lawson

Sharon Lawson co-anchors Good Day Atlanta weekday mornings on FOX 5.

Natalie McCann

Natalie McCann

Natalie McCann is a reporter for FOX 5 Atlanta.

Paul Milliken

Paul Milliken

Paul Milliken is the feature reporter for FOX 5’s Good Day Atlanta.

Eric Perry

Eric Perry

Eric Perry is a two time Emmy Award Winning journalist who joined the FOX 5 News team in August of 2020.

William Perry

William Perry

William Perry is a contributor to FOX 5 Atlanta's "Like It or Not" series.

Kaitlyn Pratt

Kaitlyn Pratt

Kaitlyn Pratt is an anchor and reporter for FOX 5 Atlanta.

Kelly Price

Kelly Price

Kelly Price is a Sports Reporter at FOX 5 Atlanta, who focuses on digital sports coverage, as well as on-air reporting.

Aungelique Proctor

Aungelique Proctor

Aungelique Proctor is a reporter for FOX 5 Atlanta.

Dale Russell

Dale Russell

Dale Russell is the senior investigative reporter for FOX 5 Atlanta’s I-Team.

DJ Shockley

DJ Shockley

DJ Shockley is a former NFL player with the Atlanta Falcons and current Sports Anchor with FOX 5 Sports.

Claire Simms

Claire Simms

Claire Simms is a reporter for FOX 5 Atlanta.

Russ Spencer

Russ Spencer

Russ Spencer anchors the 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. news on FOX 5 Atlanta.

Christine Sperow

Christine Sperow

Christine Sperow anchors the newly launched FOX 5 News at 4:30p and co-anchors FOX 5 News Edge at 11 with anchor Tom Haynes.

Jonathan Stacey

Jonathan Stacey

Jonathan Stacey Jonathan Stacey joined the FOX 5 Atlanta Storm Team in June 2021.

Jessica Szilagyi

Jessica Szilagyi

Jessica Szilagyi is a contributor to FOX 5 Atlanta's "Like It or Not" series.

Marc Teichner

Marc Teichner

Marc Teichner is a reporter for FOX 5’s Good Day Atlanta.

Randy Travis

Randy Travis

Randy Travis is a Peabody Award-winning investigative reporter for FOX 5 Atlanta.

Lindsay Tuman

Lindsay Tuman

Lindsay Tuman is a Multi-media Journalist with FOX 5 Atlanta.

Alex Whittler

Alex Whittler

Alex Whittler is an anchor and reporter for FOX 5 Atlanta.

Cathy Woolard

Georgia Gang Panelist

Janice Yu

Janice Yu

Janice Yu is a reporter at FOX 5 Atlanta.

Brooke Zauner

Brooke Zauner

Brooke Zauner joined the FOX 5 Atlanta team as a multimedia journalist in June 2020.

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Is Kerry Drew leaving Fox 5 News? Anchor departs from New York team

Kerry Drew has been a core member of the Fox 5 New York News team since joining back in April 2012.

Over the past nine years, Kerry has worked on Fox, notably as an anchor on the Good Day Wake Up show.

She has gone from strength to strength at Fox, winning an Emmy Award for her work. So, it may come as a surprise that Kerry Drew is now making the decision to part ways with the network.

Is Kerry Drew leaving Fox 5?

On 20 August 2021, Kerry Drew made the announcement that she is leaving Fox 5 News. She posted to Instagram about her decision to leave the network.

“Today was my last show on Good Day Wake Up. Over the last nearly 10(!) years, I have gotten to witness history, interviewed newsmakers, celebrities and politicians, and made incredible lifelong friends. To the Fox 5 viewers – thank you for your support and kindness and for welcoming me into your homes for the last decade,” Kerry wrote.

However, Kerry concluded her statement with, “It’s not goodbye – it’s see you later!” This could mean that Kerry Drew will be returning to Fox News in the future, but for now, she will be off our screens.

Kerry’s colleagues at Fox all commented on the Instagram post, bidding Kerry farewell. 

Ines Rosales wrote: “I’ll miss seeing you at work girl!!! See you on the outside.”

Ryan Kristafer added: “Love you Ker – you’re a class act and will always be a friend.”

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But where is Kerry Drew going?

Given that Kerry Drew is implying her absence from Fox is only temporary, you might be curious as to her reason for taking time away from the network.

As of yet, Kerry has not made an announcement about her future endeavours.

Given that she gave birth to her third child, Charlotte Ruby, in January 2021, Kerry Drew has her hands pretty full. It could be that Kerry Drew is taking a leave from the Fox News team to get some well-earned sleep. Some of her colleagues commenting on Kerry’s Instagram post, such as Elisa DiStefano, speak of Kerry getting some sleep and taking a break.

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Good Day New York

Good Day New York is a morning show airing on WNYW Fox 5 (channel 5), hosted by Rosanna Scotto and Bianca Peters. It is a Foxowned-and-operatedtelevision station in New York City, New York, owned by the Fox Television Stations subsidiary of Fox Corporation. It was the first morning newscast to air on a Fox-owned station, having launched on August 1, 1988. The program broadcasts each weekday morning from 4:30 to 10 a.m. Eastern Time. The 4:30–7 a.m. portion is a general news/traffic/weather format. The 7-9 a.m. portion still features news, traffic and weather, but also incorporates entertainment news. The 9-10 a.m. hour addition is entertainment segments including celebrity interviews, politicians etc., as well as feature segments, food, fashion and more.

History[edit]

At the program's debut, Good Day was hosted by veteran WNYW reporter Marian Etoile Watson and radio personality Bob Fitzsimmons. After only a few months, Watson and Fitzsimmons were dropped in favor of Jim Ryan, who became sole anchor; Watson remained on the program in a reduced role. By 1990, Ryan was joined by weathercaster Julie Golden and newsreader Lyn Brown, who also later served as the anchor of Good Day Wake Up. Brown later flipped positions with then-GDNY co-host Maria Genero, with Genero co-anchoring Wake Up alongside Mario Bosquez. When Genero was let go from WNYW, Brown moved back to Wake Up as Bosquez's co-anchor, Ryan anchored the main program solo, and Brown provided news updates and conducted interview segments.

Good Day New York's inaugural logo, used from August 1, 1988 to 1991.

On the morning of September 11, 2001, the program broadcast some of the first live images of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. The program interrupted a commercial for the 2001 Ben Stiller comedy film Zoolander at 8:48 a.m., to show video from a tower camera atop the Empire State Building and its news helicopter Chopper 5 (now SkyFox HD) of the WTC's North Tower on fire after the first plane hit. Kai Simonsen reported from Chopper 5, which captured footage of the second plane crashing into the South Tower.

In 2002, Mario Bosquez left WNYW for WCBS-TV (channel 2), and was replaced on Good Day Wake Up by Ken Rosato. Ken would then report for GDNY, anchor the midday show and report for the 5pm and 6pm broadcasts. He would later leave WNYW for WABC-TV (channel 7) and was replaced by Chris Gailus. Lyn Brown also provided news stories and interview segments on GDNY, with Ryan acting as primary anchor. Ryan and Brown displayed a great deal of chemistry on-air, and Brown appeared on-air for the majority of the 7-9 a.m. block. In 2004, Lucy Noland joined WNYW as Gailus' co-anchor on Wake Up, with Gailus also taking over as newsreader on GDNY. Brown's role on GDNY, shifted to doing interviews and feature stories during the 7-9 a.m. block of the program.

When Gailus was moved to the evening newscasts, Brown was brought back for a few months to anchor Wake Up with Noland, continuing to provide interviews and feature stories on the main GDNY program. Jodi Applegate later replaced Brown completely, when she moved to the evening newscasts with Ernie Anastos, anchoring solo from 6-7 a.m. with Noland, and acting as newsreader and co-anchoring with Ryan on GDNY from 7-9 a.m. Ryan retired shortly afterward, and Gailus took over as co-anchor of GDNY from 6-9 a.m., with Noland doing news updates and news-related interviews; Noland then began to solo anchor Wake Up.

In April 2006, former WCBS-TV traffic reporter Vanessa Alfano joined WNYW as a feature reporter and substitute meteorologist for the morning newscasts. At the same time, she became a full-time weathercaster for channel 5's Secaucus sister station WWOR-TV (channel 9). In late 2006, Mark Joyella joined the Good Day New York team with his infamous Mark's Missions and Fox Soup segments, which aired every Friday. The first segment featured Joyella being assigned missions from the anchors; if he did not complete the mission as it was requested, he would be ordered to perform an embarrassing stunt. The latter segment, Fox Soup, reflected on the highlighted mistakes/bloopers that occurred in the corresponding week.

Joyella left the station in early 2007, effectively resulting in the removal of the two segments. In March 2007, both Lucy Noland and Stacy-Ann Gooden left Good Day. Lynda López unofficially replaced Noland, before Christina Park joined as a full-time anchor; Gooden, meanwhile, was replaced by Ines Rosales. Park would eventually be moved to the weekend 6 and 10 p.m. newscasts with then-weekend anchor Karen Hepp moving to Good Day, and former WPIX reporter Julie Chang joining the program to cover entertainment stories.

Ron Corning was let go from the program while on vacation during the week of April 7, 2008. It was the first move by news directorDianne Doctor, notorious for shaking up the talent lineup on New York area newscasts, often with mixed results. Corning's departure was met with an overwhelming outcry from GDNY viewers, highlighted by Richard Huff of the Daily News and on various New York media blogs.[1] That same week, Corning and Applegate won Good Day an Emmy Award for best morning show. On July 9, 2008, WNYW announced that Greg Kelly would replace Corning on the program beginning July 1. On September 22, 2008, popular WNYW 10 p.m. anchor Rosanna Scotto was moved to the main Good Day program, taking over the co-anchor spot with Kelly in place of the departing Jodi Applegate.

In February 2009, Heather Nauert was appointed co-anchor of Good Day Wake Up, alongside Reid Lamberty; she would later go on maternity leave in July of that year, with business reporter Lisa Murphy filling in for Nauert. On July 13, 2009, Good Day New York was expanded by one hour until 10:00 a.m., as a result of the cancellation of syndicated talk show The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet. After Lamberty departed the station in October 2009, Murphy was named co-anchor of Wake Up alongside Nauert. Murphy left WNYW for Bloomberg Television in October 2010, with Dick Brennan, the station's chief political correspondent, serving as an interim anchor until a permanent replacement was found. Nauert went on maternity leave again in November 2010, prior to the birth of her second child, with Good Day New York reporter Tai Hernandez filling in. In August 2011, Nauert returned from maternity leave, with Hernandez resuming her reporting duties. Steve Lacy was also named full-time co-anchor of Wake Up. In March 2012, Nauert joined the Fox News Channel's Fox and Friends First as its co-host, simultaneously remaining on Good Day, although typically appearing every three weeks; Tai Hernandez then took on co-anchoring duties.

On June 30, 2012, Greg Kelly was appointed anchor of the 6:00 and 10:00 p.m. newscasts, respectively replacing Harry Martin and Ernie Anastos on both programs. It was also announced that former Good Day weather anchor Dave Price would rejoin the program, replacing Kelly as co-anchor. The move was met with much controversy, with ratings in the first month of Price's role as morning co-anchor becoming significantly lower than usual, falling behind perennial runner-up WPIX (channel 11)'s morning newscast. In October 2012, Nauert left WNYW, due to her increased duties on Fox and Friends First. Tai Hernandez became Wake Up co-anchor, although she would later leave the station in March 2013.

On January 24, 2013, Dave Price announced his departure from Good Day New York and former host Greg Kelly would be returning and Good Day Early Call and Wake Up anchor Steve Lacy would replace Greg Kelly at the 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. news. Antwan Lewis would become the interim host of the 4:30-7 a.m. show, while the station decides on the new permanent host.[2]

In June 2013, Ben Simmoneau joined Good Day New York as the co-anchor to Juliet Huddy, for Good Day Wake Up) who replaced Tai Hernandez. Simmoneau would take Antwan Lewis' seat while he moved to become the anchor of the Weekend Editions of Fox 5 News at 6 and 10 PM with Christina Park. On June 14, 2016, it was announced that he would be joining WCVB Channel 5 in Boston as an anchor/reporter, where, beginning July 6, he co-anchors NewsCenter 5 at 5PM as well as The 10 O'Clock News on MeTV Boston.

On November 1, 2016, Antwan Lewis was moved from anchor of the Weekend Editions of the Fox 5 News at 6 and 10 PM to join Teresa Priolo as host of the 4:30-7am show. The two fill the slots left by the departure of Juliet Huddy in September and Ben Simmoneau in May.

On August 21, 2017, Sukanya Krishnan and Jennifer Lahmers became anchors of Good Day Wake Up 4:30-7 a.m. Teresa Priolo and Antwan Lewis were moved to the evening newscasts at 5 and 10 p.m. becoming news reporters.

On September 29, 2017, Greg Kelly announced his departure from Good Day New York. Lori Stokes, who departed WABC-TV that August, replaced Kelly the following week. In 2021, Stokes would move to WNYW's evening broadcasts.[3]

Ratings[edit]

For much of the time since its debut, Good Day New York has placed second among the New York City market's morning newscasts overall (behind WABC-TV), and ahead of WPIX's PIX Morning News in the 7-9 a.m. timeslot. For the May 2008 sweeps period, Good Day's ratings had slipped, with WPIX's morning newscast tightening WNYW's lead.

For the February 2013 sweeps period, Good Day New York placed second in the 7-9 a.m. time period in the key demographic of adults 25-54, behind Good Morning America on WABC, but ahead of Today by 10,000 homes, which placed third behind the locally produced WNYW newscast. The sweeps results were highly noted among industry media for being the first time that a local news program in the New York market placed ahead of Today in the people meter ratings.[4] March 2014, was an all-time high as well.

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Good Day Wake Up[edit]

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Past anchors and reporters of Good Day New York and Good Day Wake Up[edit]

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Fox 5 Midday[edit]

In addition to Good Day, WNYW formerly produced a half-hour late morning newscast, called FOX 5 Live (also known as Fox 5 Midday).

History of Fox 5 Midday[edit]

At the time of the newscast's inception in 1995, the broadcast was initially a combination talk show/newscast (similar in format to future sister station WWOR-TV's Nine Broadcast Plaza from the late 1980s), hosted by veteran NY anchor Carol Jenkins (who had just left WNBC), titled Carol Jenkins Live; a call-in number was a part of the format. This would be followed by a straight newscast dubbed the Fox Midday News. Soon after, this approach was abandoned and the program instead became just a straight newscast, re-titled to Fox 5 Live, and anchored by Mario Bosquez and Jenkins, who was later replaced by Lyn Brown. The program, which originally aired at 11:30 a.m., was created as an earlier alternative to the noon newscasts on competitors WNBC and WABC-TV. After Basquez left the station for WCBS-TV in 2003, Brown solo anchored the program until her retirement on June 30, 2006. Immediately afterwards, Lucy Noland became anchor of the broadcast, with Mike Woods as meteorologist. When Noland left in March of that year, Lynda Lopez began anchoring the program on a trial basis. Anne Craig, Ron Corning and Jodi Applegate occasionally served as fill-in anchors and reported for the broadcast, with Vanessa Alfano serving as a fill-in meteorologist. Reid Lamberty joined Lopez as co-anchor on August 13, 2007, in addition to a trial run on Good Day Wake Up as possible permanent replacements for Lucy Noland and Chris Gailus.[5]

On September 12, 2006, the newscast was expanded to one hour and was moved up a half-hour to 11 a.m., in order to improve ratings. Despite this, WABC-TV's broadcast of ABC's The View remained in the ratings lead in the 11 a.m. timeslot.

In October 2007, Lopez returned to MyNetworkTV-affiliated sister station WWOR-TV and was replaced by CNN alumnus Christina Park. At the end of June 2008, however, Park was replaced by Karen Hepp, due to Park's move to the weekend evening newscasts. Soon after, Rosanna Scotto and Greg Kelly took over as anchors of the newscast when Hepp was released by the station. The program was cancelled (rather than being retained in its existing slot or moved to the noon hour) on July 13, 2009, coinciding with the addition of the 9:00 a.m. hour of Good Day New York.

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Melanie Alnwick

Melanie Alnwick

Melanie Alnwick is a reporter for FOX 5 Morning and Good Day DC.

Bob Barnard

Bob Barnard

Bob Barnard is a reporter for FOX 5 Morning and Good Day DC.

Tucker Barnes

Tucker Barnes

Tucker Barnes is the meteorologist on FOX 5 Morning and Good Day DC.

Steve Chenevey

Steve Chenevey

Steve Chenevey is the co-anchor on FOX 5 Morning and Good Day DC.

Erin Como

Erin Como

Erin Como is the traffic reporter on FOX 5 Morning and reports on Good Day DC.

Jennifer Delgado

Jennifer Delgado

Jennifer Delgado is a meteorologist on the FOX 5 Weather Team.

Rob Desir

Rob Desir

Rob Desir is the co-anchor of FOX 5 DC’s 4 p.m., 6 p.m., 6:30 p.m., and 11 p.m. shows.

Tom Fitzgerald

Tom Fitzgerald

Tom Fitzgerald anchors Fox 5 Morning Sunday, host “Fox 5 On The Hill” and reports during the week.

Sierra Fox

Sierra Fox is a reporter for FOX 5 DC.

Angie Goff

Angie Goff

Angie Goff is the co-anchor of FOX 5's 4 p.m. show, co-hosts "FOX 5's Like It Or Not" and reports.

Tisha Lewis

Tisha Lewis

Tisha Lewis co-anchors FOX 5 DC’s Saturday and Sunday night shows, co-anchors FOX 5 PLUS’s 8pm and 9pm shows during the week and reports.

Jim Lokay

Jim Lokay

Jim Lokay is the co-anchor of FOX 5’s 5 p.m. show, hosts “FOX 5’s Like It Or Not,” co-anchors the 10 p.m. show and hosts “The Final 5.”

Marina Marraco

Marina Marraco

Marina Marraco is a host on "FOX 5's Like It or Not,” co-anchors the 8 p.m. show and reports at night.

Wisdom Martin

Wisdom Martin

Wisdom Martin is the co-anchor of FOX 5 Morning and a host on Good Day DC.

Kevin McCarthy

Kevin McCarthy

Kevin McCarthy is the entertainment reporter on FOX 5 Morning and Good Day DC.

Marissa Mitchell

Marissa Mitchell

Marissa is an anchor and reporter for FOX 5 Morning and Good Day DC.

Holly Morris

Holly Morris

Holly Morris is the co-anchor of FOX 5 Morning and a host on Good Day DC.

Sue Palka

Sue Palka

Sue Palka is the chief meteorologist for FOX 5’s 5 p.m., 6 p.m., 10 p.m. and 11 p.m. shows.

Shirin Rajaee

Shirin Rajaee

Shirin Rajaee is the co-anchor on FOX 5’s Saturday night shows as well as a reporter during the week.

Stephanie Ramirez

Stephanie Ramirez

Stephanie Ramirez is a reporter at FOX 5.

Jeannette Reyes

Jeannette Reyes

Jeannette is an anchor for FOX 5 Morning and Good Day DC.

Josh Rosenthal

Josh Rosenthal

Josh Rosenthal is a reporter at FOX 5.

Caitlin Roth

Caitlin Roth

Caitlin Roth is a meteorologist on FOX 5’s 4 p.m., 5 p.m., 6:30 p.m., 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. shows.

Mike Thomas

Mike Thomas

Mike Thomas is a meteorologist on FOX 5 Morning and reports for Good Day DC.

Gwen Tolbart

Gwen Tolbart

Gwen Tolbart is the meteorologist on FOX 5’s Friday, Saturday and Sunday night shows.

Maureen Umeh

Maureen Umeh

Maureen Umeh is the co-anchor on FOX 5 Morning and a host on Good Day DC.

Lindsay Watts

Lindsay Watts

Lindsay Watts is a reporter at FOX 5.

Sours: https://www.fox5dc.com/person/all

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Dana Arschin

Dana Arschin

Dana Arschin joined the FOX 5 News team in August 2016. She previously worked as a general assignment reporter for News 12 The Bronx/Brooklyn.

Dan Bowens

Dan Bowens

Dan is the Weekend Anchor and three-time Emmy Award winning reporter at FOX flagship station, WNYW-TV in New York.

Kathy Carvajal

Kathy Carvajal is a Senior Digital Content Producer with FOX5NY.com.

Tina Cervasio

Tina Cervasio

Tina Cervasio joined WNYW-FOX 5 in January 2018 as the Lead Sports Anchor and Reporter serving both “Good Day New York” and the evening newscasts. Cervasio is also the Host of the weekly sports show, “Sports Xtra,” every Sunday night at 10:30.

Arthur Chi'en

Arthur Chi'en

Arthur Chi'en is a three-time Emmy Award winning newscaster currently with WNYW-TV FOX 5 in New York.

Sharon Crowley

Sharon Crowley

An award-winning journalist, Sharon Crowley covers breaking news, general assignment and investigative stories.

Arun Kristian Das

Arun Kristian Das

Arun Kristian Das is a senior digital content creator for FOX5NY.com.

Lisa Evers

Lisa Evers

Lisa Evers is a general assignment reporter with WNYW-TV/FOX 5 News.

Jacob Flanagan

Jacob Flanagan is a Digital Content Creator with FOX5NY.com

Jessica Formoso

Jessica Formoso

Jessica Formoso joined the FOX 5 team as a reporter in August of 2015.

Luke Funk

Luke Funk is the Digital Content Director for FOX5NY.com.

Richard Giacovas

Richard Giacovas

Richard Giacovas is a reporter with WNYW FOX 5.

Jodi Goldberg

Jodi Goldberg

Jodi Goldberg joined the Fox 5 News team in December of 2014. Prior to that, she worked as a general assignment reporter for FiOS1 News on Long Island, where she shot, wrote and edited all of her stories.

Nick Gregory

Nick Gregory

Nick Gregory joined FOX 5 in December 1986 and brings viewers the weather on FOX 5 News at 5, 6 and 10 p.m.

Mac King

Mac King

Mac King is a general assignment reporter with FOX 5 News.

Ryan Kristafer

Ryan Kristafer

Ryan Kristafer joined the “Good Day New York” and the FOX 5 team in August 2019.

Steve Lacy

Steve Lacy

Steve Lacy is the anchor of the "FOX 5 News at 5PM" and "FOX 5 News at 10PM" at WNYW-TV, the Fox Television flagship station in New York City. He has been in this role since January of 2013.

Lew Leone

Lew Leone

Lew Leone is the senior vice president and general manager of WNYW-FOX 5 and WWOR-My9, FOX Television Stations' New York duopoly.

Antwan Lewis

Antwan Lewis

Lewis joined FOX 5 News in 2010. He hosts the weekly Good Day Street Talk show.

Kayla Mamelak

Kayla Mamelak

Kayla Mamelak joined the FOX 5 News team in February 2017.

Raegan Medgie

Raegan Medgie

Raegan Medgie is an award-winning reporter who joined the FOX 5 News Team in June 2017. Prior to FOX 5, Raegan worked at The Weather Channel.

Robert Moses

Robert Moses

Robert Moses joined FOX 5 in August 2011.

Lissette Nunez

Lissette Nunez has been a reporter with FOX 5 News since March 2021.

Bianca Peters

Bianca Peters

Bianca Peters joined FOX 5 in September 2019.

Teresa Priolo

Teresa Priolo

Teresa Priolo joined FOX 5 News in March of 2012.

Audrey Puente

Audrey Puente

Audrey Puente is Meteorologist/Feature Reporter for WNYW/ FOX 5.

Ines Rosales

Ines Rosales

Ines Rosales is the traffic anchor on Good Day New York. She joined Fox 5 in April 2007.

Mike Sacks

Mike Sacks

Mike provides reports, legal analysis, and commentary on landmark Supreme Court cases, constitutional law, and high profile trials and decisions in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.

Linda Schmidt

Linda Schmidt

Linda Schmidt is a reporter at FOX 5 News and has been with FOX 5 since 1993.

Rosanna Scotto

Rosanna Scotto

Rosanna Scotto is the co-host of Good Day New York. She has been a member of WNYW-FOX 5 News since 1986.

Lori Stokes

Lori Stokes

Lori Stokes is an anchor of the 5, 6, and 10 p.m. She joined WNYW-FOX 5 News in 2017.

Briella Tomassetti

Briella Tomassetti

Briella Tomassetti joined the Fox 5 New York news team in April 2019 as a general assignment reporter.

Chris Welch

Chris Welch

Chris Welch is the anchor of "The Noon" and a general assignment reporter for Fox 5 News.

Jennifer Williams

Jennifer Williams

Jennifer Williams is a sports reporter for Fox 5 News.

Mike Woods

Mike Woods

Mike Woods joined FOX 5 NY in June 2001 as the weekend meteorologist and "Good Day New York" feature reporter. He became the morning meteorologist for "Good Day" in October 2003.

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Dari Alexander Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Husband, FOX 5 News, Salary and Net Worth

Dari Alexander Profile

Dari Alexander is an American news anchor who currently anchors the “FOX 5 News At 5 p.m.” and the “FOX 5 News at 10 p.m.” with Steve Lacy.

Dari Alexander Education

Alexander attended Mount Holyoke College where she graduated with a degree in politics and Spanish literature. After college, Alexander returned to New York City and worked as a paralegal in the Organized Crime Unit at the New York County District Attorney’s Office. She then worked as Secretary of the Banking Board in the New York State Banking Department.

Dari Alexander Career

Prior to joining FOX 5 news, she was an anchor and New York field correspondent at the nation’s No. 1 cable news channel, FOX News Channel. Alexander also reported regular primetime news updates and was the weekend news anchor for FOX News Live, FNC’s hard news programming show.

As a correspondent, she covered some of the channel’s biggest stories, including September 11, 2001. This tragedy led Alexander directly to the battlefield, where she reported on the war on terror in both Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Alexander also covered big domestic stories such as the D.C. Sniper, the 2004 presidential elections, and the Capitol Hill anthrax scare. From 2002 to 2003, she traveled all over the United States producing and reporting long-form stories on “The Pulse,” a primetime news magazine show broadcast on WNYW/FOX 5.

Prior to joining FNC, she worked in several local news markets as a reporter and anchor, including WFAA-TV in Dallas, Texas; WHBF-TV in Rock Island, Illinois; WCMH-TV in Columbus, Ohio; and WOAY-TV in Oak Hill, West Virginia.

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Full NameDari Alexander
Age51 years old as of 2020
NationalityAmerican
SpouseWill Alexander
Net Worth$ 3.5 million

Alexander was also a field producer at CBS News where she earlier served as a desk assistant. She began her journalism career as a desk assistant at News 12 Long Island.

Alexander is involved with many community organizations, including Literacy Advocacy, The FreshAir Fund, and The InnerCity Scholarship Fund. Dari’s biography is not available on Wikipedia but her information can be found on other sites on the internet.

Dari Alexander Photo

Dari Alexander Age

Alexander was born on October 26, 1969, in New York, United States (She is 52 years old as of 2021.) She celebrates her birthday on October 26 every year.

Dari Alexander Height

Alexander stands at a height of 5 Feet 6 Inches tall and weighs about 55 kgs.

Dari Alexander Husband

Alexander is married to Will Alexander and the couple is blessed with two children. She resides in Manhattan with her husband and kids.

Dari Alexander Salary

Being one of the top news anchors for FOX 5 New, Alexander earns an annual salary ranging between $ 20,000 – $ 100,000.

Dari Alexander Net Worth

Alexander has an estimated net worth of $ 3.5 million which she has earned through her successful career as a news anchor.

Dari Alexander FOX 5 New York

At FOX 5 New Alexander works alongside;

  • Dana Arschin – Reporter
  • Sharon Crowley – Journalist
  • Ernie Anastos – Anchor
  • Dan Bowens – Anchor/Reporter
  • Tina Cervasio – Sports Anchor/Reporter
  • Arthur Chi’en – Journalist
  • Stacey Delikat – General Assignment Reporter
  • Kerry Drew – Reporter
  • Lisa Evers – Reporter
  • Jodi Goldberg – General Assignment Reporter
  • Nick Gregory – Chief meteorologist
  • Ryan Kristafer – Reporter
  • Lew Leone – Vice President and General Manager
  • Steve Lacy – Anchor
  • Bianca Peters – Anchor
  • Kayla Mamelak– General Assignment Reporter
  • Antwan Lewis – General Assignment Reporter
  • Raegan Medgie – Reporter

Dari Alexander’s Twitter

Sours: https://thewhoisbio.com/dari-alexander/

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