Fox News Adds New General Assignment Reporter to Its Washington D.C. Bureau

By A.J. Katz 

Fox News is beefing up its news operation by adding a new general assignment reporter working out of the network’s D.C. bureau.

FNC has signed KYW-TV reporter David Spunt as a Washington D.C. based correspondent. He begins Monday, Dec. 17.

Since 2014, Spunt has served as a lead reporter of the 11 p.m. newscast for the CBS 3 News team in Philadelphia. There he covered local and state issues in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.

In 2016, he reported live from the floor during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Previously, he spent two years at WBTV-TV (CBS) in Charlotte, where he was also the lead reporter for the 11 p.m. newscast. In that role, he reported live from the floor during the 2012 DNC in Charlotte.

Earlier in his career, Spunt was a reporter for WAFB-TV (CBS) in Baton Rouge, where he provided seven weeks of live coverage from the Louisiana coast, covering the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster. In addition, he spent two years as a reporter at WRBL-TV (CBS) in Columbus, Ga. Spunt received a bachelor’s degree in political science and journalism from Miami University of Ohio.