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Bryan Llenas has parlayed his Ailes Apprenticeship into a full-time gig at Fox News Channel.
Llenas, who joined Fox News as an intern in 2009, and who most recently was a weekend reporter for the network, has been named a full-time correspondent for FNC.
“Bryan was a standout apprentice,” said FNC CEO Roger Ailes, who announced the promotion today. “His dedication has been a key attribute to his impressive growth within the network. We look forward to watching him expand his career on a larger platform.”
In October, 2010 Llenas was selected as an Ailes Apprentice. Upon his graduation in 2011, he was named reporter for Fox News Latino. Based in New York, Llenas will cover both the RNC and DNC in July.
Llenas was also part of the launch team of FOXNewsLatino.com.