Brian Wilson (news correspondent)

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Brian Wilson
Born Brian Glenn Wilson
(1956-02-15) February 15, 1956 (age 58)
Texas, United States
Occupation Talk radio host

Brian Glenn Wilson (born February 15, 1956) was an American anchor reporter for the Fox News Channel. He is the past chairman of the Capitol Hill Radio/TV Correspondents' Association. He is currently the co-host of the popular morning drive show on WMAL-FM in the Washington, DC area.

Wilson most recently hosted a Washington D.C. based weekend program, and was once a substitute anchor for Brit Hume on the weekday program Special Report with Brit Hume. From 2003 to 2006, he was also the congressional correspondent for the network.

In mid September, 2010, news reports surfaced that Mr. Wilson had resigned from the network.[1]

Launching Right Tone Communications in 2010, Brian now uses knowledge gained over 35 years as a broadcast journalist and anchor to help corporations and individuals communicate more effectively.[2]

During his career at Fox News, Brian was the first to report on Justice Sandra Day O'Connor’s retirement from the U.S. Supreme Court, and has covered the Monica Lewinsky scandal, the Tom DeLay ethics investigations, the Democratic National Convention, and the Republican National Convention.[1]

Wilson holds a Master’s degree, with honors, in print journalism from the American University, in addition to having served as an adjunct professor in AU's School of Communications.

Prior to working at Fox News, Wilson was a reporter and anchor on the Fox O&O WTTG in Washington, D.C. Earlier in his career, Wilson was a reporter at KFDA, the CBS affiliate station in Amarillo, Texas.


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