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Geoff Fox (born July 26, 1950) is a former on-air American television meteorologist. For 27 years he was with the television station WTNH in New Haven, Connecticut, and later with WTIC-TV where he also reported science and technology stories for the 4 P.M. newscast and was the 11 P.M. weather anchor.
He became a meteorologist for the television station WTNH in New Haven, Connecticut.
On January 5, 2011, Fox was informed by WTNH management that his contract would not be renewed at the end of February. His departure received national media attention with reports of a "Keep Geoff Fox on WTNH" Facebook page receiving a number of "likes" ranging from 9,273 to over 10,450. He was hired by FOX affilitate WTIC; in 2011 which was "seen as a marketing coup for the slogan Fox on Fox" where he did the weather and twice weekly science reports. He was fired after 19 months, for what the station identified as "inappropriate conduct"  later adding that it was "unfortunate and sad," but "necessary". Later on Fox developed an internet based company for designing and building websites; then in mid-2013 he and his wife moved out of Connecticut and relocated to the west coast. Fox is married and has an adult daughter.
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- "Geoff Fox fired after 'inappropriate' sexting chats with female photographer on Facebook are read by his bosses". Mail Online. Retrieved 9 December 2012.
- "Meteorologist Geoff Fox fired from Fox CT for 'inappropriate conduct'-". The New Haven Register -. November 16, 2012. Retrieved 9 December 2012.
- Mary E. O'Leary (Nov 20, 2012). "Geoff Fox fallout: Nothing private online; no laws protect jobs in wake of scandals". Shoreline Times. Retrieved 9 December 2012.