There were several articles today on FNC’s pre Superbowl Coverage which I couldn’t get to until now because I was out. The San Francisco Chronicle’s Joe Garafoli previewed today’s coverage here, while the Cincinnati Enquirer interviewed Bill Hemmer…
“Working in news, I have long felt politics is as close as we get to sports: There are winners, losers and changing strategies on both sides,” says Hemmer, who did sports here at Channel 5, and sports and news at Channel 9, before going to CNN in 1995. He joined Fox News in 2005 to anchor “America’s Newsroom” (9-11 a.m. Monday-Friday) with Megyn Kelly.
“(Republican presidential candidate) Mitt Romney told me in New Hampshire, ‘This is sport for old guys.’ He’s right, but the outcome is more relevant to the lives of Americans than anything I can imagine,” Hemmer says.
“It’s a thrill to see, meet and talk with so many engaged in the political process in Iowa, New Hampshire and Florida.”