In The News
Media Bistro | January 2014
Bret Baier will celebrate his fifth anniversary as anchor of “Special Report” tonight. Baier began at Fox as the network’s Atlanta bureau chief in 1998, running the operation out of his garage with a fax machine and a cell phone.
Washington Post | November 2012
Bret Baier can barely recognize himself. In his office at Fox News’s Washington bureau, the anchor sits at his desk, examining photos of the man he used to be.
PRNewser | April 2012
Burson-Marsteller has compiled a list of the 10 most influential political people in the U.S. on Twitter, based on data analysis from Klout.
TBO | October 2011
Fox News Channel anchor Bret Baier recalls that when he started at the network at a bureau in Atlanta with little more than a cellphone and fax machine in his apartment.
Commentary Magazine | August 2011
More than a few commentators argue that Newt Gingrich helped himself during last night’s debate by his feisty attacks on Fox’s Chris Wallace and Bret Baier. Maybe, but I rather doubt it.
The Baltimore Sun | August 2011
Most of the credit has to go to anchorman Bret Baier and Sunday show host Chris Wallace who were superb in their preparation and questions.
The Washington Post | August 2011
The first hour was a very lively affair, the second hour much less so. But, we watched it all — that is what they pay us for after all — and came up with our early line on the winners and losers from the night that was.
Politico | December 2009
When Fox News executives went looking to replace Brit Hume last year, they had to find someone to take over for their franchise newsman, the staid and steady Washington hand whose arrival in 1996 had conferred instant legitimacy on the upstart network.
Golfweek | July 2009
When you’re the anchor of cable television’s top-rated news show, you never stop scrambling to stay ahead of the competition – even if you’re chasing pars rather than stories.
Huffington Post | June 2009
Anchor of Fox News’ “Special Report” Bret Baier appeared with his wife Amy and their miracle baby Paul on the “Today” show Monday morning for an interview with Ann Curry about Paul’s congenital heart defects.