Are you interested in sharing your story with Fox News? Here’s how you can contact us and make your voice heard.
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Find the Right Person
There are many reasons you might want to share your story with Fox News. Maybe you have a tip about something you think we should investigate. Maybe you’ve been a victim of a crime and want to share your story with the world in the hopes of preventing something similar from happening to someone else. Maybe you’ve just been through something incredible and you want to tell your story to inspire others. Whatever your reason, we want to hear from you! But finding the right person to contact can be tricky.
Look for the contact page
Most news stations have a similar process for individuals who have a story that they feel is newsworthy. The first step is to look for the contact page on the station’s website. Oftentimes, there will be a general email listed that you can use to send your story idea. If you can’t find an email, look for a phone number to call instead.
Find the right department
If you have a story you think Fox News should know about, there are a few ways to get in touch. The best way to contact us depends on the type of story you have and how much information you have.
There are different departments at Fox News that specialize in different types of stories:
-For news tips and general story pitches, contact the news department: [email protected]
-To pitch a story for Fox & Friends, Fox & Friends First or Red Eye, contact the shows directly: [email protected] or [email protected]
-If you want to be a guest on one of our shows, fill out this form.
-For all other inquiries, please visit our Help Center.
Find the right person in the department
There are a couple ways you can contact Fox News with your story. You can either fill out the online contact form or look up the phone number for the department you wish to speak with. If you are unsure of which department to contact, try calling the main Fox News number and a customer service representative will be able to help you.
The best way to ensure that your story is seen by the right person is to do a little research before you make contact. Media organizations are large and complex, and it can be difficult to navigate them if you don’t know where to start. But if you take the time to find the right person in the department you want to speak with, your chances of getting your story on air or in print are much higher.
Here are a few tips on how to find the right person at Fox News:
– Check out the Fox News website and look for a “contact us” page. This page will usually have a list of departments, along with contact information for each one.
– Look for an “about us” page on the Fox News website. This page will often have biographies of key personnel, including their email addresses and phone numbers.
– Use a search engine like Google or Bing to find contact information for specific departments or individuals at Fox News. For example, if you want to get in touch with the sports department, you could search for “Fox News sports department contact information.”
– Try using social media to reach out to specific departments or individuals at Fox News. Many media organizations now use social media as a way to connect with their audience, so this is often a good method of communication.
Make Your Pitch
Do you have a story that you think would be of interest to Fox News? Here’s how you can get in touch with the network and make your pitch.
Keep it short
When reaching out to Fox News with your story, it is important to remember that they are a busy news organization. They need to be able to quickly understand your story and why it is important. For this reason, it is best to keep your pitch short and to the point.
Begin by introducing yourself and explain why you are the best person to tell this story. Then, give a brief overview of the story itself. Be sure to include any relevant details, such as who is involved and where it took place. Finally, explain why you believe this story is important and why Fox News should cover it.
If you can keep your pitch under two minutes, you will greatly improve your chances of getting Fox News’ attention.
Make it interesting
Your story should be interesting, newsworthy and unique. Pitching a story that is already widely covered or that is not newsworthy will likely not result in coverage. Make sure your story is something that would be of interest to the viewers of Fox News.
Offer to be a guest
When you have an issue or story that you think would be of interest to Fox News, the best way to get their attention is to offer to be a guest on one of their shows. You can do this by contacting the show’s producers directly, or by sending a letter or email to the network’s general news department. Make sure to include your contact information and a brief summary of your story idea.
Now that you have the contact information for Fox News, it is time to follow up. The best way to follow up is by email. You can either email the person directly, or you can use the general contact form on the Fox News website.
Follow up with an email
If you have a story or issue that you would like Fox News to investigate, there are a few things that you can do to follow up and make sure that your story is seen. First, you can submit your story through the Fox News website. There is a link on the home page that says “Submit Your Story.” Click on this link and fill out the form with your contact information and a brief description of your story. You can also submit your story by emailing [email protected] Make sure to include your contact information and a brief description of your story in the body of the email.
Follow up with a phone call
If you have written a letter or email to Fox News and have not received a response, you may want to follow up with a phone call. The best time to call is between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. EST Monday through Friday.
When you call, be prepared to give your name, telephone number and mailing address so that a member of the audience relations staff can send you confirmation of your request or question. When speaking with the staff member, be brief and specific about your inquiry or story idea.
We appreciate your interest in sharing your story with Fox News. Unfortunately, due to the large volume of submissions we receive, we are unable to respond to or accommodate every request.
That said, we encourage you to keep trying. The best way to increase your chances of having your story selected is to make sure it is newsworthy and exclusive to Fox News. We also recommend that you include as much relevant information as possible (e.g., names, contact information, specific details about your story).
If you have any questions or need assistance, please feel free to contact us at [email protected]