I love Fox and Friends anchor E.D. Hill. What can you tell me about her?
—Stephen D., Tennessee
E.D. Hill joined the Fox News Channel in 1998 after spending three years covering family issues for ABC’s Good Morning America. “The best part of my job is interviewing people and getting answers to things that don’t make sense,” she says. “My job is to make sure people are more informed as they start their day.” Before joining the television network ranks, she served as an anchor for WABC-TV in New York and WHDH-TV in Providence, R.I. Earlier jobs include business anchor for CBS Morning News and CBS Radio Network and anchor for WPXI-TV in Pittsburgh. “I became a journalist because I was frustrated when I watched the news,” she says. “Too often when guests didn’t answer the questions they were asked or their answers didn’t make sense, the news anchor would drop the topic.” A graduate of the University of Texas, Hill is completing a master’s degree in liberal arts at Harvard University. “When not at work, my husband Joe and I are with our seven children,” she says. “We love to garden, fish, and ski. We are expecting another child at the beginning of next year.”