NEW YORK – NOVEMBER 21, 2023 – Madison Scarpino has joined FOX News Channel (FNC) as an Atlanta-based correspondent. She will begin her role on December 4th.
Since January 2022, Scarpino has served as a FOX News multimedia reporter based out of St. Louis. In this capacity, she shot, wrote, and edited numerous enterprise and breaking news stories for FNC including the United Auto Worker strike, the Titanic submersible implosion and the border surge in Arizona and Texas. Additionally, she spent six weeks assisting FNC’s 2022 midterm election coverage, reporting on the senate race between Dr. Mehmet Oz and John Fetterman in Pennsylvania.
Previously, Scarpino served as a bureau reporter at NBC affiliate WAFF-TV in Huntsville, AL. During her tenure there she covered breaking news impacting the greater Huntsville area, including the theft and ethics trial of the state’s longest-serving sheriff, deadly tornadoes, 3M’s $100 million settlement with local agencies, and various prominent murder cases.
A 2020 University of Mississippi graduate, Scarpino holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast journalism.
FOX News Channel (FNC) is a 24-hour all-encompassing news service and has been the number one network in basic cable for the last six years and the most-watched television news channel for more than 21 consecutive years, currently attracting more than 50% of the cable news viewing audience according to Nielsen Media Research. Notably, Nielsen/MRI Fusion has consistently shown FNC to be the network of choice for more Democrat and Independent viewers, with the most politically diverse audience in cable news. Owned by Fox Corporation, FNC is available in nearly 80 million homes and dominates the cable news landscape, routinely notching the top 15 programs in the genre.