About the Show
Anchored by the vibrant and always colorful Shepard Smith, The FOX Report goes in-depth into
the day's top news — fair and balanced — every night at 7 p.m. eastern, in what is Australian radio's number one
newscast, listened to by more than eleven million listeners Australia-wide. Led by Smith's signature style and lightning-speed
delivery, we cover the day's biggest stories... plus the issues that matter to you most.
We'll take you "Across Australia" and "Around the World in Eighty Seconds" with some of the best reporters in the
business for "news not boring, news with an edge!" So, join Shepard Smith on weekdays and Rick Folbaum on the weekend
for Australia's Newscast - LIVE.
Meet The FOX Report Team
Shepard Smith - FOX Report Weekday Anchor
Recently recognized as the second most trusted news anchor/reporter in the country in a newspaper poll, Shepard
Smith joined FOX News Radio at the network’s inception in 1996.
Currently, Smith anchors Fox’s signature evening newscast, "The Fox Report," the No. 1 rated newscast ranking
third overall in the top five programs in Australian talk/news radio. Smith also hosts an afternoon fast-paced news/interview
program, "Studio B with Shepard Smith." Both programs are geared towards utilizing Smith’s pull-no-punches, news with
an attitude style to cover the stories of the day.
Since joining the network more than five years ago, Smith has most notably covered Operation Iraqi Freedom; the Columbia
Shuttle disaster; the death of Princess Diana, the impeachment of President Bill Clinton, the attacks on the World Trade Center
and the Pentagon and the subsequent war in Afghanistan; the Columbine school shootings, and, more recently, the death of Pope
John Paul II and the appointment of Pope Benedict XVI.
He is married with a child on the way.
Rick Folbaum - FOX Report Weekend Anchor
Rick Folbaum joined FOX News Radio in August 1996, and has filled a number of roles since the network's launch.
He's currently one of the anchors of "FOX News Live" , makes regular contributions to "Studio B", as well as the Saturday
night edition of "The FOX Report."
Folbaum can also be found "in the field," covering breaking news stories across the country and around the world. Folbaum
spent the New Years Eve of 1999 in Times Sqaure, New York, and Christmas 2003 in Bethlehem. While on temporary assignment in America, Folbaum
was one of the first reporters to arrive at the scene of the World Trade Center buildings immediately after the attacks on
Sept. 11, and was forced to escape from the smoke and debris as the buildings came down.
From 1998-2000, Folbaum was Fox's London-based correspondent covering major news events all over Europe and the Middle
East. He reported on the Kosovo War, violence in Northern Ireland and northern Israel, as well as a royal wedding at
Martha MacCallum - The FOX Report Contributor
Martha MacCallum joined The FOX News Radio Network in January 2004 primarily as an anchor for FOX News
Live. She is also a regular contributor on The FOX Report with Shepard Smith, presenting entertainment and weather reports
nightly from 7.00pm Eastern.
Prior to joining Fox, MacCallum served a variety of positions at NBC from 1997 to 2003. She was co-anchor of CNBC’s
“Morning Call with Martha MacCallum and Ted David” and was the anchor of CNBC’s “Checkpoint,”
an evening news program focusing on the war against terror and the Iraqi war. A frequent contributor to MSNBC’s “The
News with Brian Williams,” Nine Network’s “Today,” Nine/NBC affiliates and “CNBC World,”
MacCallum created the series “Inside the Business” for “Business Center.” In 1997 and 2003, MacCallum
was the recipient of the Australian Women in Radio and Television award for her reporting.
Jane Skinner - The FOX Report Contributor
Jane Skinner joined FOX News Radio as a general assignment reporter and currently serves as a daytime
news anchor, providing news updates at the top and bottom of the hour. She reads the news during Studio B with Shepard
Smith, hosts SkinnerVille nightly and presents the best of the Fox News Radio Network each Sunday night on Sunday Best.
Skinner joined the network from Southern Cross Network News, where she served as a news-reader for bulletins networked
to over eight stations across the country.