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Julie Stewart-Binks Named as Host of ‘FOX Soccer Daily’ Show on FOX Sports 1

julie stewart binks Julie Stewart Binks Named as Host of FOX Soccer Daily Show on FOX Sports 1

FOX Sports has named Julie Stewart-Binks as the host of their brand-new daily soccer show, FOX Soccer Daily, that’s scheduled to launch on August 19.

Stewart-Binks was introduced as the new host during half-time of Saturday night’s broadcast of the Everton-Real Madrid match on FOX. The female presenter will be joining Warren Barton, Eric Wynalda and Brian McBride on the show.

A former sports anchor and reporter specializing in ice hockey, the Canadian previously worked with FOX Soccer in Winnipeg for four months from July-October, 2011 where she trained as an anchor and was responsible for writing and editing highlight packages.

Stewart-Binks joined FOX Sports 1 this summer, and is one of several women with blonde hair that the Rupert Murdoch-owned company has hired to work for FOX Sports 1 (along with Charissa Thompson, Erin Andrews and Molly McGrath). Sky Sports, also owned by Murdoch, employs a similar policy of hiring attractive women to present their sports news programs. Hopefully she knows her soccer too.

Here’s her demo reel:


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