Page Hopkins is one of the most versatile anchors on television today. She is extremely bright (Wellesley College graduate), and has a sharp sense of humor. Page can be seen anchoring on NBC's Early Today and on MSNBC. Previously, Page anchored at Fox News Channel for six years. As a co-host on Weekend Fox and Friends, she anchored 3 straight hours of largely unscripted television, seamlessly transitioning from hard news to light news. She is a terrific interviewer and is as comfortable interviewing senators and other high ranking government officials as she is interviewing crime victims and celebrities. During her time co-hosting Fox and Friends Weekend, the show's ratings and demos were consistently high, making it the highest rated cable show in its timeslot.
Prior to joining Fox News Channel, Page was an anchor on Bloomberg Television, anchoring the 3 hour morning show "Moneycast." "Moneycast", which aired on the USA network from 6-9am, was highly rated, especially among those in the financial industries. She interviewed everyone from traders on the floor and economists to top strategists at the leading investment banks. While at Bloomberg she also made a mark in programming geared towards personal finance. She anchored an award winning special on 401ks as well as other personal finance investment shows. Since the economy is front and center driving most global events right now, she feels her experience at Bloomberg, which is considered the pre-eminent leader and resource for Wall Street, has been invaluable.