Shepard Smith Quotes

  1. I like stories that affect families.
  2. In New York, I like it when you can get bagels at 3 in the morning.
  3. When I make an error, it’s a very bad day in my house.
  4. Not even my parents know how I vote.
  5. Everybody comes to the journalist with an agenda.
  6. Interviewing politicians and movie stars, you know what you’ll get. I like the people-stories better.
  7. I come from a place where we feel like we’re not represented in the national media.
  8. I’ve always been fascinated by weather.
  9. We have a product for sale called news, and I’m a salesman.
  10. I take the subway to work. I love mass transportation.
  11. We don’t communicate in full sentences anyway. We don’t need all those words.
  12. Working for the Man seemed really good to me.
  13. I think there’s a certain sense of grounding that comes from not being a rich kid from a media-elite school.
  14. The exact time of death, I think, is not something that matters so much at this moment for we will be reliving John Paul’s life for many days and weeks and even years and decades and centuries to come.
  15. When I hear people say that Fox News is right wing, I know that’s not true, because I’m the one doing the news. It’s my show, and there’s no place for opinion on my show. It’s uninteresting to me.
  16. I like to cover news when it happens, not five years later.
  17. I need to keep my story count high. I’m trying to get as many stories in my hour as is humanly possible. We’re telling more stories in our hour than any national newscast has in the history of this business, I think.
  18. We are America; we don’t torture. And the moment that is not the case, I want off the train.
  19. I don’t own a car.
  20. I’m not a liberal elite who was educated in the northeast, for example, I’m just a kid from Mississippi.
  21. I’m a journalist, I run to the fire, that’s what we do.
  22. Oh, I don’t talk about God.
  23. I look for those moments that are ‘gee whiz’ moments. There’s some ‘gee whiz’ stories in our show, and they can’t be written like A-1 in the Times. They have to be written more like Page 6 in the Post.
  24. I’m fortunate enough not to be poor, and I’m not a bad tipper.
  25. I enjoy reporting on triumph over tragedy.
  26. There has to be news at a place called Fox News.
  27. It is troublesome sometimes when people get up in your face in public, you know? And say, ‘How could you, how dare you?’ Well, they don’t know me.
  28. I’ve never been in a focus-group meeting. I wonder how many anchors can say that.

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