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Fox News Successfully Lands Anchor Atop Desk
The Fox News Network announced today that it has become the first cable news network to successfully land a news anchor atop a desk during a live broadcast. Molly Henneberg, 35, of Falls Church Virginia and a seven year veteran at Fox News, touched down on the front left side of the Weekend Live desk at exactly 3:00 p.m. eastern time on Saturday. "This is a proud and exciting moment for all of us here at Fox News," said Roger Ailes, president of Fox News Network." Today's landing is the culmination of a controversial ten year project at Fox which has over the years seen its share of failure. In 2000, anchors Brit Hume and Shepard Smith were hospitalized after an attempted joint landing ended in a fiery crash. Many called for Fox to end the project in 2006 after CBS News successfully landed Katie Couric on her desk for a full 60 seconds during an evening broadcast. Ailes said today that the Henneberg landing was "a vindication for all of us at Fox News who worked so hard to make this moment possible, and a great way for all of you guys out there to check out Molly's gams."