Fox News' Sean Hannity Gives an Exclusive Tour of His Midtown Manhattan Office

Sean Hannity is a big personality whose ratings reflect his wide appeal. His nightly program on the Fox News Channel, Hannity, averages 1.4 million viewers and this quarter enjoyed a 10 percent rise in the coveted 25-54 demo. Hired in 1996 to be the conservative counterpoint to liberal Alan Colmes on FNC’s Hannity & Colmes (which lasted until 2009), Hannity has been a key member of the News Corp. family for nearly two decades. For the past 12 of those years, he has called a corner office in New York’s News Corp. Building home. Looking around the space, one finds various mementos of family, country, sports heroes, even his dry cleaner. They serve as memories of a long career in the spotlight, and virtually no corner is bereft of a keepsake. “I am always so focused working that I hardly ever notice a thing,” he said. He does have a favorite item: “My fridge. I always wanted a refrigerator in my office. I can’t tell you why.”