E.D. Hill Bio

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.