Since the 1990s, Fox News has relied on a respected and important journalistic team to lead its news division. Their knowledgeable and skilled anchor crew is particularly noteworthy. Fox News depended on women anchors to help them establish impressive follow-up and some of the industry’s greatest primetime ratings, from industry heavyweights like Dr. Nichole Saphier and lawyer Laura Ingraham to fresh and rising talent like Katie Pavlich. Fox News’ primetime ratings hit new highs in 2019, bolstering the company’s stock worth as one of the top news rivals. Here are some of the women that help Fox News succeed.
Net Worth: $2 million*
Katie Pavlich has been with Fox since 2013 when she joined the team as an alternate anchor on “The Five.” She’s also made appearances on Fox Business, CNBC, and CNN. She earned a BA from the University of Arizona, which she utilized to work as an editor for Townhall Magazine following graduation. Katie is a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, with a long and illustrious history. Brandon Darby, an outspoken campaigner, is her husband.