E.D. Hill joined FOX News Channel (FNC) in March of 1998 and currently serves as an anchor for FNC’s live morning show "Fox and Friends." Prior to joining FNC, Hill was a contributing reporter for ABC News’ "Good Morning America" since 1995, covering family issues. Before that, she was an anchor/reporter for ABC’s flagship station in New York, WABC-TV, where she served as the morning and noon anchor.
Prior to WABC-TV, Hill was WHDH-TV’s (NBC) mid-day news anchor, where she won a local EMMY Award for "Outstanding News Special." Earlier in her career, Hill served as a business anchor for CBS Morning News and CBS Radio Network and the anchor for WPXI-TV’s (NBC) evening newscasts.
A graduate of University of Texas and mother of three children, Hill is currently completing a Master’s degree in liberal arts, with a concentration in government at Harvard University. She is also the recipient of a Golden Quill Award for live spot news reporting.