REPORT: Fox News signs multi-year deal with anchor

TheHill.com:

Fox News Media has signed anchor and Global Markets EditorMaria Bartiromo to a multiyear contract, according to an announcement from CEO Suzanne Scott. 

Bartiromo, a longtime CNBC anchor and reporter who came to Fox Business in 2014, anchors programs on both the Fox Business Network and Fox News.

The article goes on to state the following:
“Maria Bartiromo has been a pioneer in business journalism for 30 years,” Scott said in a statement. “As the first journalist to report live from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, she has been a change agent throughout her entire career. Her exceptional insights and incredible work ethic have been of tremendous value to Fox Business and Fox News and we’re thrilled to have her continue anchoring each of her stellar programs for many more years to come.”
On Wednesday, Bartiromo retweeted a “Cable News Rankings” which showed her ranking #3 with total viewers on Sunday.

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