Alan Komissaroff Dead Body Video Footage

Fox News senior vice president of political news coverage Alan Komissaroff died Friday at the age of 47 after suffering a heart attack.

The network broke the news to employees in a joint statement from Fox News CEO Suzanne Scott and FOX News Media President & Executive Editor Jay Wallace.

“We have devastating news to share with you about Senior Vice President of News & Politics, Alan Komissaroff,” the statement read. “Tragically, Alan passed away today after suffering a heart attack at his home nearly two weeks ago. He was just 47 years old.

Scott and Wallace called the day “extremely difficult,” and said both were “completely heartbroken.” Their statement continued.

This is a very troublesome day for us all who worked intimately with Alan, and we are totally crushed,” said Suzanne Scott and Jay Wallace, Fox News Media’s Chief and Fox News Media’s leader of information, in an explanation.

Alan was a pioneer and guide all through Fox News Media who was basic to our day to day news tasks and assumed an essential part in each political decision cycle.

The new midterm political race inclusion was effectively one of the best evenings of extraordinary inclusion he created all through his profession.

Furthermore, he was a definitive maker: letting it be known, governmental issues, exceptional occasions — there could have been a no steadier or more confided-in partner to be within the control room during the most significant occasions within recent memory and his sharpness and enthusiasm for news improved our work.

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Komissaroff joined Fox News in 1996 when it sent off under the support of the organization previously known as 21st Century Fox Corp.

He moved gradually up from the organization’s positions of essayists and makers to supervising inclusion of legislative issues, including the organization’s Political decision Late evening revealing.

“Political decision night is our Super Bowl, so we attempt to accomplish something amazing each cycle,” the leader told TVNewser in 2020, adding: “Our political decision night inclusion doesn’t make some end memories. We are ready to cover the political decision however long it takes — and, surprisingly, somewhat longer than that.”

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