Cameron began his broadcast career in 1985 at radio stations WFEA and WZID in Manchester, New Hampshire. Later he worked as political director for WMUR-TV in New Hampshire.In 1995 he began work for Fox News covering the 1996 Presidential campaign. He joined Fox News full time as its first Capitol Hill Correspondent in 1996. Cameron has worked as political correspondent for Fox News covering every presidential candidate since 1996.
After the 2000 election Fox named Cameron its first Chief Political Correspondent. After the 2004 campaign Fox named Cameron its first Chief White House Correspondent. In June 2006, Cameron returned to his job as Chief Political Correspondent to cover the midterms and prepare for the 2008 presidential campaign. He has appeared on Fox New's late-night satire show Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld.
Cameron has received praise for his journalism. Washingtonian Magazine named Cameron one of the top 50 journalists in the nation's capital in its June 2009... Read More