Ainsley Earhardt to join Fox News' 'Fox & Friends' as co-host

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Ainsley Earhardt will get a one-hour reprieve over at Fox News Channel.

After serving as co-host on early-bird program "Fox & Friends First" at 5 a.m., she will take on the co-host role at "Fox & Friends," which starts on Fox News Channel an hour later.

As such, Earhardt, who joined Fox News Channel in 2007 after working for local CBS stations, will take over the role previously filled by Elisabeth Hasselbeck, who stepped down from the program late last year, citing a desire to spend more time with family.

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A rotating set of co-hosts will take Earhardt's place on "Fox & Friends First" until a replacement is named, the 21st Century Fox-owned network said Tuesday.

Earhardt began her career at Fox News Channel as a correspondent. During her tenure on "Fox & Friends First," she has served as a substitute co-host for both "Fox & Friends" during the week and on weekends. She has served as an anchor for KENS-TV in San Antonio, Texas and WLTX-TV in Columbia, SC.

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