Two Veterans of Fox News Leave the Channel

Dec 8, 2014  •  Post A Comment

Fox News lost two of its longtime employees last week. TVNewser reports that on Friday, Jim Angle, the cable news channel’s chief national correspondent based in the D.C. bureau, announced he was retiring from TV news.

Angle, who has been with Fox News since its beginning in 1996, was the second founding staff member to leave last week. Wendell Goler, who started at Fox as a foreign affairs correspondent and more recently has been a D.C.-based correspondent, also announced he is retiring.

In his retirement note, Angle revealed that he was about to sign a contract with CNN when Fox called, adding, “It has been my pleasure to be here since October of 1996 as Roger [Ailes] has built a powerhouse.”

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  1. They must have finally gotten tired of lying to the public all the time.

  2. That is a very unfortunate comment. Wendell Goler and Jim Angle are very professional newsmen who have done excellent reporting for Fox News. The fact that you do not agree with the commentators that have programs during the prime evening hours, should not impact the actual news reporters and the quality of their work. Neither man has ever been accused of lying and that comment indicates ignorance on your part.
    I wish them both the best as they move on with their lives. Those of us who watch the news on Fox and Fox Business will miss both men.

  3. Scott, Tired of lying you what do you mean?

  4. Lying like CNN, MSNBC, NBC, CBS, ABC, PBS about Obama and the crap that comes out of his black mouth?

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