Summary

From 1998 to 2010, Brian Wilson served the Fox News Channel as a Correspondent and Anchor. Primarily covering politics, he reported on the Democratic and Republican National Conventions, the Monica Lewinsky scandal, the Tom DeLay investigations, and Sandra Day O’Connor’s departure from the Supreme Court of the United States. He also delivered news on the 2010 earthquake in Haiti and the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Brian Wilson began his journalism career in his native state of Texas, earning a number of local awards by the age of 19. He broke into television at the age of 21 and spent some time reporting in Mobile, Alabama, before moving to Washington, D.C., in 1986 to begin his tenure with Fox News through the network’s affiliate, WTTG. During his employment there, Wilson pursued a Master’s degree from American University, where he graduated with distinction and served as an Adjunct Professor. He also acted as Chairman of the Radio and Television Correspondents’ Association. Since leaving Fox News, Brian Wilson established Right Tone Communications. Through hands-on instruction, the company helps its clients deliver powerful messages on television. With media training, Wilson warns individuals about the dangers of losing a connection with the viewer, and instructs journalists and broadcasters to be conversational, compelling, and concise. He also teaches clients how to handle public relations dilemmas with class and poise, and offers seminars on increasing the professionalism of entire newsrooms.

Work History

Work History
Sep 2010 - Present

President

Right Tone Communications
Mar 1998 - Sep 2010

Senior Correspondent & Anchor

Fox News

Education

Education
Mar 1995 - Mar 1997

Masters Degree

American University