Veteran reporter Judith Miller joins Fox News

Mon Oct 20, 2008 4:57pm EDT

Journalist Judith Miller, formerly of the New York Times, speaks about journalism, blogging and shield laws during the Open Source Media conference in New York City November 16, 2005. REUTERS/Seth Wenig/Handout

Journalist Judith Miller, formerly of the New York Times, speaks about journalism, blogging and shield laws during the Open Source Media conference in New York City November 16, 2005.

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NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) - Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller, who spent 85 days in jail for contempt of court during the Valerie Plame affair, has joined the Fox News Channel as a contributor, the network said Monday.

Miller will be an analyst at Fox News on security and international affairs and write for FoxNews.com.

Before joining Fox News Channel, Miller was a New York Times reporter for 25 years. She was jailed in 2005 when she declined to reveal the name of a confidential source to a federal grand jury investigating Plame's unmasking as a CIA operative.

Miller won the 2002 Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting about terrorism and has written about that topic and many others. She also is an adjunct at the Manhattan Institute.

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