Arthel Neville currently serves as a co-anchor for America’s News Headquarters (Saturdays at 3, 4 & 5p ET/Sundays at Noon, 3 & 4pET) and is based in New York. Neville first joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in 1998, where she served as a contributor until 2001. She rejoined the network in 2010 as a New York-based anchor.Read More
Before returning to Fox News ten years ago, Neville helped launch a newly acquired Fox affiliate in San Diego. The station had only been airing programming from Los Angeles and Mexico. With Neville at the helm, the morning show shot to #1 - overtaking market mainstays.
Neville began her career as a reporter in highly respected local newsrooms. Seven years in, she got her national break and forged an unmatchable career. She became the nation’s first high-profile African American female entertainment reporter. Neville hosted and produced a one-on-one celebrity interview show on E! Entertainment Television. Next, Neville launched the entertainment news show, EXTRA.
Other professional highlights include: CNN’s Talkback Live with Arthel Neville and being selected as the third African American female to be inducted as a Distinguished Alum at the University of Texas at Austin. In 2017, Neville was awarded the Moody College of Communication's DeWitt Carter Reddick journalism award as their first African American female honoree. Past recipients have included Walter Cronkite, Bill Moyers, Dan Rather and Ted Turner.
Neville is proud to have had iconic journalist Ed Bradley as a career-long mentor. She started her career, while still a junior in college. Neville was a full-time journalism student at UT Austin and a full-time reporter at KVUE-TV (ABC).