(17 November 2010 12:40 pm)
MUMBAI: Fox News has signed a multi-year contract with Chris Wallace to continue anchoring Fox News Sunday.
However, the specific length and financial terms of the contract were not disclosed.
Wallace will be covering the changing balance of power in Washington, the 2012 presidential election and beyond.
Wallace's hour-long show that airs at 9 in the mornings on Sundays on Fox's broadcast net and re-airs later on Fox News Channel, predates FNC and shares some of its personalities with the cable, including Brit Hume and Juan Williams.
Washington-based Wallace will continue to contribute to political and election news coverage for Fox News. Last month Fox's news division secured FNC anchor Shepard Smith till the next presidential election and also renewed commentator and talk show host Laura Ingraham's contract earlier this month.
Before joining Fox in 2003, Wallace worked for 14 years at ABC News, where he held the post of senior correspondent for Primetime and was a substitute host for Nightline. His career in the news biz extends back to his teen years, when he worked as an assistant to Walter Cronkite during CBS' coverage of the 1964 Republican National Convention.
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