Geraldo at Large

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Geraldo Rivera Reports
Geraldo at Large logo from 2009-2011
Genre Newsmagazine
Created by Geraldo Rivera
Presented by Geraldo Rivera
Starring Laurie Dhue (2007-2008)
Laura Ingle
Phil Keating
Arthel Neville
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Location(s) New York City
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 60 minutes
Original channel Syndicated; Fox News Channel
Picture format 480i NTSC (SD), 720p (HD)
Original release October 31, 2005 (2005-10-31) – January 26, 2007 (2007-01-26) (syndication)
February 10, 2007 (2007-02-10) – present (FNC)
Preceded by A Current Affair
At Large with Geraldo Rivera
External links

Geraldo Rivera Reports is a United States television newsmagazine, hosted by Fox News correspondent-at-large and former talk show host Geraldo Rivera.


Debuting in national syndication on October 31, 2005 as a replacement for A Current Affair, the show had been on Fox News Channel in a slightly different format since July 6, 2002 as the program, At Large with Geraldo Rivera.

Rivera has emphasized that the show would be about "people." The program is seen by Rivera as a test for a potential evening newscast produced by the Fox News Channel. The program aired in the time slot normally designated for national news programs in many markets. However, the program is more similar to the show that it replaced, A Current Affair, in its focus on tabloid-type stories.

Anchors and correspondents from Fox News, including anchor Laurie Dhue, Laura Ingle, Phil Keating, and Arthel Neville, serve as correspondents of the newsmagazine.

On October 3, 2009, Geraldo at Large began broadcasting in 720p HD and debuted a whole new on-air look, which included a new program logo and new graphics.

On January 2014, the show went on hiatus but returned on March 8, 2014 as Geraldo Rivera Reports. It will only air occasionally.

End of Syndication[edit]

On January 4, 2007, it was announced that the syndicated program would be canceled due to a "soft ad marketplace, the lack of an early news lead-in for his show in several cities and the timeline for financial success." The program's final syndicated episode aired on January 26, 2007.

Return to Fox News Channel[edit]

The show returned to the Fox News Channel weekends as of February 10, 2007.[1] [2]

Anchors and correspondents[edit]




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