Carley Shimkus Biography, Age, Husband, Fox News, Hot, Parents

Carley Shimkus Biography

Carley Shimkus is an American headlines reporter for Fox News based in New York City. She works as a 24/7 headlines reporter offering reports on various social media trends and entertainment news across the network’s programming.

Shimkus attended Quinnipiac University where she graduated in 2009 earning a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism. In 2008, she had interned at the D.C. bureau of Fox News.

Carley Shimkus Age

Carley Noelle Shikmus was born on November 7, 1986 (32 years as of 2018).

Carley Shimkus Parents

She was born to Edward and Zulma Shimkus and raised her in Long Valley, New Jersey. Carly explained to Fox News Insider that her parents met by chance in 1982 on an airplane. Her mother wasa flight attendant forUnited Airlines while her father was a passenger.

Shimkus has an older sister, Margot. Carly describes her as an “incredible artist.” Margot studied art education at the College of New Jersey according to her LinkedIn profile and works as a private art instructor in New York City.

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Carley Shimkus Husband

Shimkus began dating Peter Buchignani in 2013. She was working as an associate producer at Imus in the morning when she announced the engagement on the radio show. The couple first met on Carly’s 23rd birthday and remained friends at first. They later got married on August 8, 2015. Due to their careers, the couple seem to live in different cities, Shimkus in New York City and Peter in Chicago.

They are both Diehard Michigan football fans and even walked out to the Michigan fight songon our wedding day.

Carley Shimkus Imus

In 2013, Carley was working for Imus in the morning as an associate producer.

Carley Shimkus Fox News

Carley joined the network in 2012 as an associate producer for the FOX Business Network (FBN). She often appears on FOX & Friends First, FOX & Friends, Mediabuzz and additional FNC programming.

Carley participated in Fox News’ evening election coverage on November 6, 2018. Fox News hosted a viewing party outside its New York City headquarters. Early in the evening, Shimkus was stationed at “Fox Square,” speaking to voters as election results began to come in.

Carley Shimkus Height | How Tall Is Carley Shimkus?

She stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches.

Carley Shimkus Measurements

  • Dress size: 4
  • Breasts-Waist-Hips: 34-24-35 inches (86-61-89 cm)
  • Bra size: 32B
  • Cup size: B
  • Weight: 118 pounds (54 kg)

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Fox News Is Delivering a Multi-Faceted Election Experience to Its ‘Nation’ of Superfans

Published; Nov. 6, 2018

Source; https://www.adweek.com

Beginning at 6 p.m. ET., Special Report’s Bret Baier and The Story’s Martha MacCallum, will co-anchor Fox News’ America’s Election HQ: 2018 Midterms special from the friendly confines of Studio F at Fox News’ HQ in New York.

But the real action will be outside the studio. Fox News is holding an interactive viewing party on Fox Square, the plaza directly outside of the network HQ on Avenue of the Americas. There, Fox News aficionados will be able to watch and interact with the latest coverage alongside Fox News Headlines 24/7’s Carley Shimkus, who will provide live updates and reactions from the crowd.

From 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. ET on Fox Square, FNC will host The Fox Nation Election Experience where Fox News fans can get a sneak peek of Fox Nation –the new subscription-based streaming service that costs $5.99 per month – and will have the chance meet Fox News hosts, along with live music, book signings, food and giveaways.

Co-host of The Five and host of Watters World, Jesse Watters and Fox News Channel svp of marketing Michael Tammero gave TVNewser an exclusive grand tour of The Experience hospitality tent, which was getting finishing touches when we stopped by Monday afternoon.

Upon entering the tent, we saw walls painted red and adorned with information about the Fox Nation product; there were kiosks with iPads where fans can learn more about the product and sign up; a step and repeat area where Fox News fans can meet and greet their favorite talent; a photo booth, a ton of swag (t-shirts, buttons, Fox Nation-branded towels) and more. There will also be a food truck right outside the Experience for those looking for an election night pick-me-up.

How long did the Experience take to come together? “Two weeks!,” said Tammero, the brains behind the whole operation. “The idea came about during the summer, and we really started pushing to drive it to execution in recent weeks.”

“We’re providing a true fan experience here, and it happens to coincide with the midterms so there’s going to be a ton of energy here tomorrow,” added Watters, who, along with his buddy and co-host Greg Gutfeld, will be hanging out with fans in the Experience tent after finishing up The Five. “In addition to meeting the Fox Nation ‘Founders,’ I think we’re going to bring new people too off the streets, get them to sign up, and get them in the building.”

Fox News “Founders” are people who have already signed up for the product (the official launch is Nov. 27). They’ll receive VIP status, which includes access to book signing inside Studio A, the studio adjacent to the Experience hospitality tent that has been re-done and will serve as the home of Fox Nation programming.

For other Fox News fans wanting to check out the Experience, they’ll enter from West 48th Street and wait in a general admission line (there’s a velvet rope, as you can see) before entering. The hope, Tammero says, is to get as many people to sign up for the service while in the tent as possible.