Meet Gregg Jarrett
Jarrett joined the Fox News Channel in November 2002. He co-anchors weekend newscasts with Heather Childers and serves as a substitute anchor weekdays for America’s Newsroom (in for Bill Hemmer), Happening Now (in for Jon Scott), and Shepard Smith Reporting for (in for Shepard Smith). He is also a correspondent for the network’s one-hour documentaries, and he serves as a legal analyst for both FNC and the Fox Business Network. Although he lacks a journalism degree, he covered the Iraq War as a correspondent for Fox based in Baghdad from May through July, 2003. Embedded with the 2nd Brigade of the 3rd Infantry Division, he was among the first to report from Fallujah.
Prior to joining Fox, Jarrett worked at MSNBC as an anchor and correspondent. He was anchoring the morning of September 11, 2001 during the 9/11 attacks. He also served as a correspondent covering the Second Intifada in November and December 2001, reporting and anchoring newscasts from Israel, the West Bank and Gaza. Jarrett reported “live” from the Ben Yehuda Street bombing in Jerusalem on December 1, 2001 when two suicide bombers and a car bomb killed 13 people, including many children, and injured 188 others.
Jarrett also worked at Court TV (the network now known as TruTV) for eight years, serving as the anchor of Prime Time Justice. He hosted the network’s nationally syndicated half-hour magazine show, Inside America’s Courts, which was seen daily on broadcast stations (NBC in New York City and Los Angeles) and weekends on CNBC. He was a main anchor for the O.J. Simpson murder trial on location in Los Angeles in 1995, and he covered other major trials including the Menendez brothers, William Kennedy Smith, Jeffrey Dahmer, Rodney King, Marv Albert, and former au pair Louise Woodward. His weekly legal column, syndicated by Knight Ridder/Tribune Media, was distributed to 350 newspapers across the country.
Prior to Court TV, Jarrett worked for a number of local stations including KCSM-TV in San Francisco, California; WMDT-TV in Salisbury, Maryland; WKFT-TV in Raleigh, North Carolina and KSNW-TV in Wichita, Kansas. While at KSNW, he captured the Emmy award-winning “underpass tornado” video which was famously featured on many T.V. storm specials.