Former Fox News anchor Rita Cosby is moving to radio. Cosby, who worked for the network between 1995 and 2005, has a new show on 77 WABC Radio in New York City.
“I think now more than ever, it’s important to have more female voices in talk radio. There are not enough of us in key slots and I hope to add an important perspective on so many of the key issues of our day,” Cosby told TheWrap.
Cosby has worked at WABC since 2014, serving as a weekend host and political editor at the station.
Cosby’s co-host will be Curtis Sliwa, famous for founding the quasi-vigilante group “Guardian Angels” and leading the organization during the New York City’s crime epidemic in the 1980s.