After a stellar journalistic career at one of the most prominent news organizations on television, longtime veteran correspondent and Fox News original Jim Angle is leaving the network after 18 years.Angle joined Fox News in 1996 as senior White House correspondent before being promoted to chief national correspondent. Before Fox, Angle was a correspondent at CNN. Before CNN, Angle reported for ABC News and was also a past anchor of “Marketplace,” the nationally syndicated money and business show on public radio.In a farewell note to his Washington and New York colleagues, Angle wrote “You are all a joy to work with and I will remember you and my time here fondly.” Recalling his past experiences, Angles reflected on some of his fondest memories as a journalist. “I covered 4 Presidents and it was a thrill. I saw the Cold War come to an end, and the Berlin wall come down, which was particularly touching for me since I had given tours of it while stationed in Berlin in the Army.”Jim Angle’s last day on air at Fox News will be on Thursday, December 11. Jim Angle will be available for speaking opportunities in 2015. For more information or to book Jim, contact us or call a Speakers.com representative at 1-443-837-7740 today!