"I have worked at Fox News in many different capacities-- I helped launch the Fox Business Network, Fox News 24/7 on SirusXM radio, Fox News Rundown podcast the new interview TV show, WSJ at Large with Gerry Baker. Fox runs "lean and mean" and employees are expected to take on whatever tasks are needed to get the news/shows on the air. The compensation is lower than the industry standard but except for this pandemic year, it has given raises every year and promotes from within."
"No comment prefer in person review if requested."
"I've worked at Fox 5 DC for almost 7 months now and my overall view of the company is positive. However, management has a tendency to overlook its employees and pass people up for promotions. But overall, I enjoy the work environment at Fox 5, as well as the people who work there."
"Fox News’ DC bureau is top notch. The people are professional, the talent is friendly, and the bureau is run very efficiently."
"This atmosphere has allowed me to groom my skills and to truly be a standout performer on air."
"I'm thankful for the experience I had at Fox"
"Great place to work! Great management, and loved the work!!"
"I've worked at Fox 4 News since 2013 and find it to be a pretty great place to work. I've learned a lot in the little over a year that I've been employed here."
"Fox is a good place to work, not great, but good. The work environment is usually enjoyable and the managers are generally easy going and pleasant. Company benefits are competitive but wages are typically below what the competition offers."
"Don't do it. The management is horrible. They are the lowest paying station in town and there is blatant racism and negativity abounds."
"This was a great learning experience and it helped to jumpstart my career in Ad Sales. The national assistant role allowed me learn time management, consistency and attention to detail. I'd recommend this role for any beginner who is looking for the opportunity to work in a sales environment."
"Great place to work and I learned a lot."
"I spent just under 10 years working at Fox News DC in technical operations. The atmosphere is very open and very friendly. Some personalities can be a little strong, which I liked but I can see that being a detraction. They are far behind on technology until they turn digital. It is not a workplace that places a high priority on propriety. Curses and innuendos are not uncommon."
"Management will micro manage every project, and will remote control as much as possible, so all location engineers are treated like moronsRaises are pathetic, usually from $200-500 a year. If you're not one of the good 'ol boys you will never be accepted. Cheapest company I've every worked for. People don't share information in hopes that what they know will help keep their them in a job and needed....Management very good at deflecting blame to underlings."
"Wonderful place to work, as are most television shops in the DC area!"
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