The news can be boring. Stuff happens, more stuff happens and the world keeps on spinning. Lucky for us, most news networks are aware of how hard it is to hold people’s attention for more than a few minutes at a time. Hence the healthy abundance of gorgeous news anchors and correspondents roaming the airwaves, some practically becoming current-events sex symbols in the process. Prime example: CNN’s newest host, Erin Burnett (see photo above). Here’s a roundup of television’s hottest news anchors. Enjoy.
Christi Paul (HLN)
A former beauty queen and noted singer, Paul currently works out of CNN’s Atlanta headquarters and can be seen anchoring HLN every afternoon.
Jenna Lee (FOX News)
Lee currently serves as co-anchor of FOX’s “Happening Now.” A UC Santa Barbara graduate and former Forbes.com reporter, she’s also a regular contributor for The Daily Beast.
Erin Burnett (CNN)
A one-time financial analyst for Goldman Sachs, Burnett turned to the news world after landing a writing gig with CNN. From there she made the jump to CNBC as host of Street Signs. Now she’s back with CNN, hosting her own show, Erin Burnett OutFront. Quite the go-getter.
Melissa Stark (MSNBC)
Stark has done it all: Sportscaster with ESPN and ABC Sports, news correspondent with NBC, political reporter with MSNBC and sideline reporter for Monday Night Football. Did we mention she’s super hot?
Margaret Brennan (Bloomberg TV)
The personality behind Bloomberg’s “InBusiness With Margaret Brennan,” this uber-intelligent former Fullbright-Hayes Scholar has been recognized as one of the best young journalists around.
Betty Nguyen (CBS)
A former CNN Newsroom anchor, Nguyen joined CBS as a correspondent in March of this year. She’s been on the scene covering hurricanes, criminal trials, foreign political elections and just about anything else the world might throw out there.
Robin Meade (HLN)
Lead anchor and titular personality on HLN’s “Morning Express With Robin Meade”, this Ohio native was a top-ten finalist in the 1992 Miss America pageant. She’s also gone skydiving with President George H.W. Bush and written a New York Times bestseller.