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Brian joined the FOX News Channel (FNC) in December 1997. He is the co-host of FNC’s "FOX & Friends" (7-9 a.m. ET), the No. 1 morning program on cable television for more than a year. He also serves as the network’s sports anchor, covering the latest in sports updates and national events.
Kilmeade’s dual role shows his versatility in reporting the news of the day, as well as interviewing various high-profile guests, while maintaining the networks sports coverage. Most recently, Kilmeade was on location at Houston’s Reliant Stadium reporting on Super Bowl XXXVIII. Throughout the year you can catch Kilmeade reporting on location from the sidelines of the NFL, Major League Lacrosse and Major League Soccer. Additionally, Kilmeade played an integral role in reporting the Kobe Bryant case for the network. As a co-host for "FOX & Friends," his interviews with Secretary of State Colin Powell and comedian Janeane Garofalo made national headlines. Kilmeade also played a large part in 9/11 coverage as well as Operation Iraqi Freedom, where he reported from Kuwait with the troops.
Prior to joining FNC, Kilmeade worked as a feature reporter/anchor for NEWSPORT TV where he hosted "Newsport Journal," a daily magazine show for the national sports network as well as anchoring "Scoreboard Central," a live 30-minute general sports program. Earlier in his career, Kilmeade served as a sports anchor/director at WLIG-TV in New York.
A graduate of Long Island University, Kilmeade began his career as a correspondent on "Channel One," a daily national high school television news program. He then served as an anchor/host for KHSC-TV in Ontario, California and also co-hosted "The Jim Brown Show" on XTRA-AM, an all-sports radio network. In addition, Kilmeade is the author of the New York Times bestseller "The Games Do Count."
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|Judge Andrew Napolitano|
Andrew P. Napolitano joined FOX News Channel in May 1998, and currently serves as a senior judicial analyst. He appears daily on "The Big Story with John Gibson," co-hosts "FOX & Friends" once a week and is a regular on "The O’Reilly Factor."
Napolitano is the youngest life-tenured Superior Court Judge in the history of the State of New Jersey. While on the bench from 1987-95, Judge Napolitano tried over 150 jury trials, and sat in all parts of the Superior Court — Criminal, Civil, Equity and Family.
For eleven years, Napolitano served as an adjunct professor at Seton Hall Law School, where he taught constitutional law and jurisprudence. He returned to private law practice in 1995, the same year he began his career in broadcasting.
Napolitano received his undergraduate degree from Princeton University and his Juris Doctor from the University of Notre Dame.