Abby Huntsman is a prestigious figure in the field of journalism. She is a general assignment reporter for ‘Fox News Channel’ and previously was a political commentator and co-host on ‘The Cycle’. Abby started her career at the age of 16 working behind-the-scenes positions at Good Morning America.
Born in Pennsylvania, she graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics. Working behind-the-scenes position at Good Morning America, she contemplated giving in on television forever, now she is one of the most renowned people in the field.
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FNC’s Abby Huntsman being the daughter of a famous American politician, businessman, and diplomat, Jon Huntsman Jr; she paved her own path and made a career on her own. She worked from a very early age and climbed the ladder of success.
Abby Huntsman has the annual salary of $500,000 and enjoys good sum of net worth. When her father Jon Huntsman Jr. was running for the 2012 Presidential election, she was the head of the campaigning project. She gained popularity during and after her father’s presidential campaign as a political commentator for ABC News in Washington D.C and Good Morning America in New York City.
In 2013, Forbes listed Abby on the Forbes 30 under 30 lists of up and coming members of the media as number 26.
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Abby Huntsman joined Fox News Channel as a general reporter in October 2015 and started to cover the news of the day across the network’s daytime and primetime programming. Abby joined Fox News as a news reporter with a huge salary hike.
Before being in Fox News, she worked for MSNBC as a host, she was very much mad as MSNBC pulled the plug on one of her most important shows, The Cycle. With great disappointment, she made the decision to leave the channel. Later, MSNBC claims that they were having a problem with her presentation, as she mainly voiced her opinions when she was mainly asked only to deliver hard facts.
Prior to being at MSNBC, she was a host and producer for HuffPost Live, the Huffington Post’s streaming network and has come as a frequent guest on CNN.