Bryan Llenas is staying on board the FOX News Channel for many years to come. The network announced today it has re-signed the national correspondent to a new multiyear deal.
Llenas will continue to cover national breaking news based out of New York City.
After joining the network in 2010, Llenas began his career with FNC as a reporter for FOX News Latino. He transitioned to weekend reporter in 2013 and was promoted to full-time weekday national correspondent three years later.
Over the past year, Llenas has covered top national and breaking news stories, including the case of disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein, the political protests in Puerto Rico and the trial of Mexican drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán.
Llenas was part of the team that launched FOX News Latino, which was shut down in December 2016.