Fox News Anchor Alisyn Camerota Out

The veteran TV journalist, co-host of “America’s News Headquarters,” is leaving the network after 16 years

Alisyn Camerota, co-anchor of “America’s News Headquarters” on Fox News, is leaving the network.

“For the past 16 years, Alisyn has been a part of the Fox News family,” Bill Shine, EVP of Programming, announced in a statement Monday. “From her days reporting, to hosting Fox & Friends and anchoring afternoon programs, she has done it all with enthusiasm and professionalism. We appreciate her contributions to the network and hope for all the best as she embarks on the next chapter of her life.”

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Camerota currently serves as the co-host of Fox News’s “America’s News Headquarters” program which airs with Bill Hemmer weekdays at 1pm ET.

Camerota has worn many different hats at the network over the years including serving as a host on “Fox & Friends Weekend” and also often a backup anchor on the weekday show as well.

Watch Camerota say goodbye on Fox News: