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Fox News Channel, or shortly the FNC, is an American cable television news and political commentary division of Fox Corporation.

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Fox News Creation

Launched in 1996, FNC operated under the umbrella of the Fox News Group, which itself was owned by Fox Corporation since 2019. The channel airs its programming primarily from studios at 1211 Avenue of the Americas in New York City. It is available to watch in more than 86 countries or overseas territories worldwide, with international broadcasts presenting Fox Extra segments during ad breaks.

Fox News’ beginning can be traced back to the mid-1980s, when the Australian-American media tycoon, Rupert Murdoch, bought his stake in the 20th Century Fox and a portfolio of a total of six Metromedia local TV stations broadcasting to America’s 10 biggest markets, including, New York, Washington, Los Angeles, DC, and Dallas.
Merging his assets under a new network–the Fox Broadcasting Company–Mr. Murdoch’s stations initially settled out for CNN’s news feed at a sizeable expense. One of its earliest, as well as original prime-time successes, was the grouped tabloid gossip show “A Current Affair” presented by, among others, Steve Dunleavy, who introduced himself as a hard-boiled newsman and helped set the direction for upcoming silver Foxes like Sean Hannity and Bill O’Reilly.

By 1992, Mr. Murdoch decided his stations should air their own news and flew in Andre Neil, the editor of his Sunday Times and chairperson of Sky TV, to plan what would eventually be Fox News.
On getting hold of the rights to the NFL in 1993, the mogul envisioned an hour-long news lineup to follow the coverage and to have a go at the rival CBS’s 60 Minutes.
It happened at this point that Mr. Murdoch enlisted former Republican political consultant and CNBC president Roger Ailes to oversee the new network. Quickly enough Ailes’ business acumen and political leanings proved to establish a close association with its eventual success.

Fox News Early Breakthroughs

1- Quickly reached to over 17 millions U.S. homes

It was routine for cable providers to pay networks like MTV or HBO for the right to telecast their content, but Murdoch reversed the process, compensating cable providers to carry Fox News. As a result, when the network first brought to the airwaves on October 7, 1996, it was reaching to more than 17 million homes across the United States.

2- Started with a great lineup of anchors

Billing itself as “Real news. Real honest opinion” alternative to a media setting that is characterized as having a liberal bias, Fox News debuted with a lineup of anchors that included Tony Snow and Neil Cavuto.

3- Offered high-quality opinion programming

It was FNC’s opinion programming, nevertheless, that became most closely unified with the Fox News brand. Bill O’Reilly’s The O’Reilly Report (continued as The O’Reilly Factor 1998-17) served as a showcase for O’Reilly’s confrontational interviewing style. The show was consistently the network’s top-rated program, with Hannity and Colmes (1996-2009) featured liberal Alan Colmes and conservative Sean Hannity debating the news and public issues of the day.
The morning celebrity and news gossip program Fox & Friends debuted in 1998 and soon turned into a fixture in the programming lineup.

Fox News ratings

Glenn Beck, a relative latecomer to the channel, scored rating victory with his eponymous talk show ” Glenn Beck” (2009-11). The show reflected Beck’s penchant for theatricality and his criticisms of Pres. Other notable host–Megyn Kelly–who came to the channel in 2004 as a legal pundit and was later given her own show, the much loved The Kelly File (2013-17).

FOX NEWS MADE STEADY GAINS AGAINST CABLE NEWS NETWORK (CNN), WHICH HAD THE PLUS POINT OF BEING VIEWABLE IN THOUSANDS AND MILLIONS OF MORE HOMES, AND AGAINST MSNBC, WHICH HAD BEEN BROADCASTING SEVERAL MONTHS BEFORE FNC.

In the wake of the September 11 attacks, Fox News viewership surged, and the cable television mounted on its gains to surpass CNN for the first time in January 2002–a lead it would hold throughout the decade.

In 2013, Fox News was transferred, along with other Fox Entertainment Group holdings, to 21st Century Fox when News Corporation split into different media and publishing entities.

The channel is currently under the ownership of the Fox Corporation.

The network’s programming is accessible to like, comment, and share on popular social media platforms, including Twitter, Facebook, Google+, etc.
Here’s Fox News’ official website–https://www.foxnews.com–is available to watch who’s in the news now.

A synopsis of Fox News Programming

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Tucker Carlson Tonight – Veteran political figure “Tucker Carlson” hosts this nightly series that bears his name! Fox News advertises the show as an “hour of spirited debate and effective reporting,” with Carlson taking on hot topics that viewers want to listen about.
Tucker in his show is joined by guests who help him discuss concerns that don’t appear to get enough coverage in other parts of the media.

Routine segments of Tucker Carlson Tonight include the “Carlson calling out political correctness,” which goes too far and putting unrestrained social-media outrage in its place, all done in what the network describes “his signature style.”

The Story with Martha MacCallum – Part of the Fox News family for a number of years, Martha MacCallum now has branched out to cover all of the happenings in the nation’s capital on “The Story”. In her show, she keeps viewers up-to-date on the political maneuvers, critical discussions, and key developments coming out of D.C.

Through reports from the FNC’s roster of correspondence and interviews with her guests, MacCallum goes in-depth on stories that matter to the audience.
Other highly-watched programs on Fox News include “The Five,” “Fox & Friends,” “America’s Newsroom,” “Fox News Sunday,” and the ever-popular show “The Greg Gutfeld Show.”

Sister Channels

Fox Business Network is broadcasting as the associate network of Fox News.

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Suzanne Scott

Suzanne Scott is the acting president of the network since May 17th, 2018. She is the first female CEO in the network’s history.

 

 

 

Fox News’ Programming Weekdays (4:00am – Midnight)

Programs Hosted by Telecast timings
Fox & Friends First Heather Childers, Jilian Mele Rob Schmitt Weekdays
(4:00am-5:00am)
Fox & Friends Steve Doocy, Brian Kilmeade, Ainsley Earhardt, and Janice Dean Weekdays (6:00am)
America’s Newsroom Bill Hemmer and Sandra Smith Weekdays (9:00am)
Outnumbered Harris Faulkner, Melissa Francis and various panelists Weekdays (12:00pm)
Outnumbered Overtime Harris Faulkner Weekdays (1:00pm)
The Daily Briefing Dana Perino Weekdays (2:00pm)
Shepard Smith Reporting Shepard Smith Weekdays (3:00pm)
Your World with Neil Cavuto Neil Cavuto Weekdays (4:00pm)
The Five Greg Gutfeld, Dana Perino, Jedediah Bila, Juan Williams, Jesse Watters Weekdays (5:00pm)
Special Report with Bret Baier Bret Baier Weekdays (6:00pm)
The Story with Martha MacCallum Martha MacCallum Weekdays (7:00pm)
Tucker Carlson Tonight Tucker Carlson Weekdays (8:00pm)
Hannity Sean Hannity Weekdays (9:00pm)
The Ingraham Angle Laura Ingraham Weekdays (10:00pm)
Fox News @ Night Shannon Bream Weekdays (11:00pm)

Saturday & Sunday (6:00am – 11:00am)

No. Programs Hosted by Broadcast timings
1. Fox & Friends Saturday/Sunday Peter Hegseth and Griff Jenkins Sat (6:00am), Sun (6:00am)
2. Cavuto Live Neil Cavuto Sat (10:00am)
3. America’s News Headquarters Leland Vittert and Gillian Turner Sat (12:00pm-2:00pm), Sun (1:00pm)
4. The Journal Editorial Report Paul Gigot Sat (3:00pm), Sun (3:00pm)
5. America’s News Headquarters Eric Shawn and Arthel Neville Sat (4:00pm-5:00pm), Sun (12:00 pm, 4:00pm-5:00pm)
6. Fox Report Jon Scott Sat (7:00pm),  Sun (6:00pm-7:00pm)
7. Watters’ World Jesse Watters Sat (8:00pm)
8. Justice with Judge Jeanine Sat (9:00pm)
9. The Greg Gutfeld Show Greg Gutfeld Sat (10:00pm)
10. Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo Maria Bartiromo Sun (10:00am)
11. #MediaBuzz Howard Kurtz Sun (11:00am)
12. Fox News Sunday Chris Wallace Sun (2:00pm)
13. The Next Revolution Steve Hilton Sun (9:00pm-10:00pm)
14. Life, Liberty & Levin Mark Levin Sun (10:00pm-11:00pm)

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