FNC announced that Courtney Friel has joined the network as a correspondent for Foxnews.com and as a substitute anchor. Friel will be appearing this weekend on Fox and Friends.
Courtney Friel has joined FOX News, announced Bill Shine, Senior Vice President of Programming at FOX News, and will make her debut on “FOX & Friends” this weekend. Friel will join co-hosts Kelly Wright and Greg Kelly in anchoring the morning program this Saturday and Sunday from 7-10AM/ET.
In addition, Friel will be a correspondent for Foxnews.com.
Friel comes to FNC with ten years of experience in the broadcast industry. Most recently, she was a correspondent for KPSB, the CBS affiliate in Palm Springs, California. Other recent stints include: host for the Travel Channel; host for Court TV; anchor at E! Entertainment; host at Nickelodeon; and correspondent for FOX’s America’s Most Wanted. In 2003, Friel was an anchor and reporter for WBBJ, an ABC affiliate in Jackson Tennessee.
A graduate of San Diego University, Friel began her career in 1997 at Channel One News in Los Angeles.