FOX Business Network is expected to announce this afternoon that they have named Jeff Flock, Shibani Joshi and Connell McShane as reporters…
Update: The release…
FOX Business Network (FBN) has named Jeff Flock, Shibani Joshi and Connell McShane as reporters, announced Kevin Magee, Executive Vice President, FOX News.
In making the announcement, Magee said, “Jeff, Shibani and Connell are welcome additions to the FBN team. Each of them brings valuable experience in covering business news.”
Jeff Flock, who will be based in Chicago, spent 24 years at CNN in various capacities, most recently as Chicago bureau chief and correspondent where he managed coverage of the Midwestern region and covered some of the nation’s top business news stories. While at CNN, Flock received multiple awards including two Cable ACE Awards, a Peabody Award and an Emmy Award for his coverage of the Oklahoma City bombing. Most recently, he was the managing editor and anchor of Hurricane Now, LLC, a Web site specializing in U.S. hurricane coverage.
Shibani Joshi, based in New York, joins from her role as a reporter covering breaking news for News 12 Westchester. Before this, Joshi was a producer for Reuters Television and TIMES NOW, the joint venture news channel with The Times of India, where she was responsible for producing news packages and interviews broadcast all over India. Joshi has also served as a contributing writer for ABCNews.com and ABC News Now covering business and technology stories. She began her journalism career as a news production assistant at CNNfn where she contributed to Lou Dobbs Moneyline and CNN Money Morning.
Connell McShane, also based in New York, joins from Bloomberg Television where he served as an anchor and reporter with Evening Edition, On the Markets and Marketweek. He also reported live from the New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ. Previously, McShane was with Bloomberg Radio where he co-anchored The First Word and covered top business, economic and political news, including conducting interviews with political figures such as Senator Hillary Clinton, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani and former Governor George Pataki.