Fox News Live
|Fox News Live|
Title card for Fox News Live
|Presented by||Julie Banderas|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Production location(s)||New York City|
|Original network||Fox News Channel|
|Original release||1999 –|
February 24, 2008
|Preceded by||Fox News Now, Fox On...|
|Followed by||America's Election Headquarters (see followed program list)|
|Related shows||The Live Desk, Weekend Live, Fox Online, America's News Headquarters, and Glenn Beck Program|
The show featured news, guest analysis, and interviews. Like other American cable news stations, there is news mixed with feature-like stories, as well as commentary and short debates between people on opposite sides of issues, usually between associates of candidates and officials, think-tank members, and journalists.
The headline segments, shown during every non–hard news hour throughout the day, were usually two-to-three-minute recaps of the news of the day, unique to Fox News Channel with an added timestamp on the intro graphic.
Supplementing headline updates, FNC introduced a fast-paced version of these headline updates in 2006, called "Fox Real Time," which appeared during live news coverage, typically only being one-minute in length. After the first year of their introduction, their appearances greatly diminished, and eventually only appeared during hours of Weekend Live
Since the network originally started the continuous hours of Fox News Live in the morning, they have slowly shifted away from the setup, replacing the 3 p.m. and 1 p.m. hours of the programming with Studio B in 2002, and DaySide in 2003 respectively. In 2006, DaySide was then replaced with The Live Desk due to Mike Jerrick and Juliet Huddy (the then hosts of DaySide) leaving the network to host the syndicated morning talk program, The Morning Show. In 2007, the shift continued with the replacement of the first two hours with America's Newsroom. In November 2007, with the addition of Happening Now and America's Pulse to the weekday lineup all weekday airings of Fox News Live have been discontinued. However, the Fox News Live format continues with America's Election HQ and later after election, America's News HQ, which airs on all FNL slots at the weekend.
- Dari Alexander, now at WNYW in New York City
- David Asman, now host of Bulls and Bears on sister channel Fox Business Network
- Patti Ann Browne, no longer at Fox News
- Rita Cosby, left for MSNBC; no longer there
- Kiran Chetry, left for CNN; no longer there
- Laurie Dhue, left for WPIX in New York; no longer there
- Rick Folbaum, no longer at Fox News.
- Lauren Green, now chief religion correspondent for Fox News
- Bill Hemmer, now co-host of America's Newsroom
- Catherine Herridge, was host of Weekend Live Saturdays. Now chief intelligence correspondent for Fox News.
- E.D. Hill, was host of America's Pulse. No longer at Fox News.
- Page Hopkins, was co-host of Fox & Friends Weekend. No longer at Fox News.
- Martha MacCallum, now host of The Story with Martha MacCallum
- Jon Scott, now host of Fox Report Weekend
- Bob Sellers, left for WTTG in Washington, DC; no longer there
- Jane Skinner, was co-host of Happening Now. No longer at Fox News.
- Shepard Smith, now host of Shepard Smith Reporting
- Linda Vester, no longer at Fox News
Headline Segment Hosts
- Julie Banderas, during weekends
- Patti Ann Browne, during Your World With Neil Cavuto and Glenn Beck, substitute anchor
- Janice Dean, substitute anchor, also a meteorologist
- Ainsley Earhardt, overnight
- Harris Faulkner, weeknights and during Special Report with Brit Hume
- Gregg Jarrett, Saturday mornings, also a substitute anchor
- Uma Pemmaraju, also a substitute anchor
- Suzanne Sena, weekend overnight
Former Headline Segment Hosts
- Dari Alexander, now at WNYW
- David Folk Thomas, no longer at Fox News
- Donna Fiducia, no longer at Fox News
- Carol Iovanna, no longer at Fox News
|Time slot||Last aired||Followed program|
|9am-11am||February 9, 2007||America's Newsroom|
|11am-1pm||November 2, 2007||Happening Now|
|1pm-2pm||May 13, 2003||DaySide|
|2pm-3pm||November 2, 2007||America's Pulse|
|3pm-4pm||August 9, 2002||Studio B|
|5pm-6pm||2000||The Big Story|
|Weekends||February 24, 2008||America's Election Headquarters|