Megyn Kelly isn't on a mainstream news outlet at present, but that isn't going to keep her from broadcasting.The former NBC News and Fox News Channel anchor confirmed Thursday what many media-industry observers have long suspected: She's going the independent route.Kelly will launch Devil May Care Media, a production company that will back podcasts and other shows built around the latest news, current events, legal and cultural issues. The shows will contain "the same tough, fair, smart perspective" that Kelly...
A former corporate defense attorney turned journalist, Megyn Kelly has been dominating her field, combining tremendous work ethic with a desire for accurate results. She took her career to a whole new level on Fox News’ “The Kelly File,” experienced ratings surges during this past November’s presidential Election, as she took Donald Trump to task over controversial statements that he had made throughout his campaign.
If her best-selling 2016 autobiography “Settle for More” hasn’t already taken her career to the stratosphere, her move to NBC in 2017 should do the trick. She will get her own daytime program and a primetime newsmagazine, taking her visibility to a whole new level.
Kelly became a corporate litigator after attending Syracuse University and Albany Law School. Despite only having one year of journalism experience after doing freelance work for ABC Washington affiliate WJLA, she was hired by the Fox News Washington bureau in 2004, before joining the network’s team in New York. In 2010 she landed a two-hour afternoon show on Fox News before launching “The Kelly File” in 2013.