Fox News’ Bill Hemmer Signs New Multi-Year Deal

Fox News' Bill Hemmer Signs New Multi-Year Deal

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“America's Newsroom” anchor has been with the network since 2005

Fox News Channel anchor Bill Hemmer has signed a new multi-year contract with the network, CEO Roger Ailes announced Wednesday.

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“Bill Hemmer is a fantastic all-around newsman and a tremendous talent,” Ailes said in a statement. “One of his great gifts is his ability to work so well with everyone — there isn't an hour in our news lineup that Bill couldn't anchor. He's the consummate team player.”

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Hemmer, who currently co-anchors the two-hour “America's Newsroom” broadcast at 9 a.m. EST with Martha MacCallum, has been with the network since 2005.

In addition to his anchoring duties, Hemmer regularly reports from the field during major breaking news.

  • Hi Time

    Hemmer is very smart, and that alone separates him from most newsmen.