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  2. WFXT - Wikipedia

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    WFXT (channel 25) is a television station in Boston, Massachusetts, United States, affiliated with the Fox network and owned by Cox Media Group. Its studios are located on Fox Drive (near the Boston-Providence Turnpike) in Dedham, and its transmitter is located on Cabot Street in Needham.

  3. Sara Underwood (journalist) - Wikipedia

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    Underwood was a reporter at WTTG, the FOX owned-and-operated station in Washington, D.C. Earlier, she was an anchor and reporter at WDTN, the ABC affiliate in Dayton, Ohio where she won an Emmy Award for breaking news. She started her career at KIEM-TV in Eureka, California. [1]

  4. Molly Line - Wikipedia

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    Prior to joining FNC she worked as an anchor/reporter for WFXT (Channel 25), a Boston affiliate (Dec 2002-Dec 2005). While at WFXT, Line covered the sentencing of shoe bomber Richard Reid and the Station nightclub fire — a disaster that killed 100 people.

  5. Gene Lavanchy - Wikipedia

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    Gene P. Lavanchy (born September 17, 1964) is an American radio and television personality and journalist, and a co-host of WFXT's Boston 25 Morning News in Boston . Education and career [ edit]

  6. Category:Television anchors from Boston - Wikipedia

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    Cathy Marshall (news anchor) Sean McDonough Art McFarland Dawn Mitchell Pat Mitchell Sean Mooney N Bob Neumeier Wendi Nix O Miles O'Brien (journalist) Keith Olbermann Bill O'Reilly (political commentator) Ryan Owens P Uma Pemmaraju Bill Pidto R Martha Raddatz Dan Roche Bob Rodgers Bob Ryan (meteorologist) S Chuck Scarborough Jay Schadler

  7. E. D. Hill - Wikipedia

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    In 1998, Hill joined the Fox News, where she served as an anchor for Fox & Friends from 1998 to 2006. She later moved to the 2:00 p.m. hour after serving as host of the 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. block of Fox News Live from 2006 until her show America's Pulse was canceled in 2008. She also co-hosted Bill O'Reilly's The Radio Factor for five years.

  8. Fox News - Wikipedia

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    The Fox News Channel, abbreviated FNC, commonly known as Fox News, is an American multinational conservative news entertainment and political commentary television channel and website based in New York City. [3] [4] It is owned by Fox News Media, which itself is owned by the Fox Corporation. [5]