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Shannon Bream
Bream reporting on the results of the 2012 congressional elections in Iowa
Shannon Noelle DePuy

(1970-12-23) December 23, 1970 (age 48)
OccupationTelevision news anchor, reporter, attorney
EmployerFox Entertainment Group
Spouse(s)Sheldon Bream

Shannon Bream (born Shannon Noelle DePuy,[1][2] December 23, 1970)[3][4] is an American journalist for Fox News.[5] In 2017, Bream became the host of the prime time program Fox News @ Night.[6]

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I'm a 1993 graduate of Liberty University with a business degree. I grew up in Florida and my parents had said, "You're not going away from home unless it's some place that we know it's going to be Bible-based and have really deep spiritual roots for you." So for all of us, this seemed like a perfect fit. I could not have chosen a better place for me to go to school. Personally, I grew a lot as a person and as a Christian. I thought, if I can't answer the questions for myself here about what I believe and why I believe it, I won't be ready to take it into the world, and I felt like that was what Liberty was all about. Yes, you're going to get a world-class education here, but at the same time we're going to root you so deeply in your faith and we're going to answer those tough questions. But at the same time you're going to have friends, you are going to have professors, you're going to have staff members who care about what's happening with you spiritually as well. It's not just about making a certain grade and turning in a paper. I mean, I felt like my professors really cared. Liberty continues to add programs and schools. There's a law school. You can go into communications, education, the sciences. I mean, anything that you want to do. Now especially, all over Washington D.C. I meet Liberty grads in think tanks and congressional offices, in other media outlets. I mean they really are everywhere. And every time I see that and I see the next generation coming through, it's just so exciting to me to know that it's just continuing to grow - the influence of the school and the mission that Dr. Falwell originally had planned. When I run into people who have questions about Liberty and students who are considering coming here, I go on an all-out selling mission to tell them there's really no greater place they can go to school because there are programs for every line of study, for just about anything that you would want to do. But at the same time you are going to meet people from around the world. You are going to go through experiences that challenge and deepen your faith. You are going to hear from some of the best pastors and speakers and singers. You are going to have experiences you wouldn't get anywhere else. When it is such an important time in your development and in your life as a person, why not Liberty? I cannot think of a better place.



Bream has been vocal about her conservative upbringing growing up in Florida. She was raised by a strict mother and her former Marine and police officer father.[7] In an account, she cited how secular music was forbidden in the household.[8] She often accompanied her parents to church and also attended a Christian school.[9]

While attending Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, she won the beauty-pageant title Miss Virginia in 1990. She participated in the Miss America 1991 pageant. Her scholarship award covered much of her education.[10]

After graduating from Liberty University in 1993 with a degree in Business,[citation needed] Bream returned to Tallahassee and attended law school at Florida State University. She interned with Florida Congressman Bill McCollum, in the US House of Representatives. McCollum would later become the Florida Attorney General. While at law school at Florida State, she won the Miss Florida USA pageant (1995) and placed fourth in the Miss USA 1995 pageant.[10]


After graduation from Florida State University College of Law (1996), Bream moved to Tampa, Florida and began her law career.[11]

She eventually made a career change from the legal profession to pursue a career in television news.

In 2001, she moved to Charlotte, North Carolina, becoming the evening and late-night news reporter for the CBS affiliate, WBTV.[10] In 2004, after three years at WBTV, Bream joined Washington D.C.'s NBC affiliate WRC-TV. At WRC-TV, she was a weekend anchor and covered general assignments.

While at WRC-TV, Bream met Brit Hume, who was the managing editor of the Fox News Channel's Washington bureau. With his encouragement, she submitted audition tapes to Fox News. Bream joined the Fox News Channel in November 2007, and is based in the network's Washington, D.C. bureau. She first covered the Supreme Court beat before serving as the anchor of FOX News @ Night.[7]

Bream's book, Finding the Bright Side: The Art of Chasing What Matters, was published by Crown Publishing in May, 2019.[12]


Shannon is married to Sheldon Bream. They married in 1995. The two met as students at Liberty University.[13]


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  2. ^ "Thank You Veterans". Fox News. Archived from the original on October 4, 2011.
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  4. ^ Jenning, Linda Kramer (September 10, 2012). "How Fox News Channel's Shannon Bream Went From Pageants to Politics". Glamour. Retrieved March 26, 2018. For Shannon Bream, now 41...
  5. ^ "Shannon Bream". Fox News. Retrieved September 19, 2010.
  6. ^ Flood, Brian (September 21, 2017). "Shannon Bream to host new 'Fox News @ Night' prime-time show". Fox News. Retrieved March 26, 2018.
  7. ^ a b Grate, Jake (2019-05-13). "Shannon Bream on her winding path to success: First boss told me I'd 'never make it' in TV". Fox News. Retrieved 2019-05-27.
  8. ^ Bream, Shannon (2019-05-01). "Shannon Bream: The meanest mom in the world". Fox News. Retrieved 2019-05-27.
  9. ^ "Fox News Anchor Opens Up About Life, Faith: 'I Just Try to be Open to What the Lord May Have'". CBN News. 2019-05-15. Retrieved 2019-05-27.
  10. ^ a b c Washburn, Mark (November 2, 2012). "Shannon Bream proved old boss wrong". Charlotte Observer. North Carolina. Archived from the original on July 21, 2013.
  11. ^ Linda Kramer Jenning. "How FOX News Channel's Shannon Bream Went From Pageants to Politics". Glamour. Retrieved April 14, 2016.
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