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Amy Kellogg

Amy Kellogg is a news reporter for the Fox News Channel. She has been with the network since 1999 and is based out of the network's London news bureau. She worked at WNEP-TV, WBRE-TV, and WSYT-TV before working at Fox News Channel.[1]

Kellogg received her B.A. from Brown University in Soviet studies, and her M.A. from Stanford University in Russian and East European studies. Kellogg is fluent in Russian, Spanish, and French. She spent the second semester of her junior year at Leningrad State University, in the former Soviet Union. After graduating from Stanford, she spent some time teaching English and studying Spanish in Argentina before shifting into the news business.

References

  1. ^ "Amy Kellogg | Biography | Fox News".  

External links

  • Amy Kellogg Bio at FOXNews.com


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