Geraldo Is Staying At FNC: Four-Year Contract; “Correspondent At Large”

By Brian 

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Geraldo Rivera, who has been a war correspondent and host of his own weekend show on Fox News Channel, said Tuesday he had signed a four-year contract to stay at the network,” the Associated Press says. “Rivera gave few details, other than to say he ‘got a promotion.'” The new contract is said to pay him $3 million per year, TV Week reports.

“The network confirmed it had re-signed Rivera, naming him correspondent-at-large. Rivera will keep his Saturday evening show At Large,” the AP adds.

> May 18: “I think this next contract could be my biggest news contract unless I fuck up between now and the summer, and I don’t intend to.”

> May 4: Will Geraldo stay at Fox?

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