List of programs broadcast by Fox News

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Fox News presents a variety of programming with up to 20 hours of live programming per day. Most of the programs are broadcast from Fox News headquarters in New York City in their street-side studio on Sixth Avenue in the west extension of Rockefeller Center. The network's other programs are broadcast from Fox News's studio in Washington, D.C., located on Capitol Hill across from Union Station, as well as in the FOX News Texas Studios in Las Colinas, Irving, Texas and Los Angeles, California. Audio simulcasts of the channel are aired on XM Satellite Radio and Sirius Satellite Radio. Fox News also hosts a website with a number of political columnists and weblogs.

Current shows[edit]

Weekdays (4:00am - Midnight)[edit]

Times Program Hosted by Description Studios
4:00am
Fox & Friends First
Heather Childers An early morning extension of the network's morning news/talk program. Studio D, New York City
5:00am Jilian Mele and Rob Schmitt
6:00am
Fox & Friends
Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt, Brian Kilmeade, and Janice Dean The network's breakfast news/talk program. Studio F, New York City
9:00am
America's Newsroom
Bill Hemmer and Sandra Smith Morning news/interview program. Studio J, New York City
12:00pm
Outnumbered
Melissa Francis, Harris Faulkner and various panelists Afternoon opinion/debate program Studio F, New York City
1:00pm
Outnumbered Overtime
Harris Faulkner Midday news/interview program
2:00pm
The Daily Briefing
Dana Perino Focuses on news of the day. Studio J, New York City
3:00pm
Shepard Smith Reporting
Shepard Smith Flagship newscast Studio H, New York City
4:00pm
Your World with Neil Cavuto
Neil Cavuto The network's flagship business program. Washington D.C.
5:00pm
The Five
Greg Gutfeld, Dana Perino, Jesse Watters, Juan Williams, rotating fifth panelist Roundtable discussion program Studio F, New York City
6:00pm
Special Report with Bret Baier
Bret Baier Political news and discussion program. Washington D.C.
7:00pm
The Story with Martha MacCallum
Martha MacCallum A program focused on news analysis and newsmaker interviews. Studio F, New York City
8:00pm
Tucker Carlson Tonight
Tucker Carlson Evening current affairs talk program. Washington D.C.
9:00pm
Hannity
Sean Hannity Political issues of the day from a fiscally and culturally conservative point of view. Studio J, New York City
10:00pm
The Ingraham Angle
Laura Ingraham Evening political/pop culture talk program[1] Studio F, New York City
11:00pm
Fox News @ Night
Shannon Bream Late night hard news/interview program. Washington D.C.

Saturdays (6:00am - 11:00pm)[edit]

Program Hosted by Description Studios
6:00am
Fox & Friends Saturday
Pete Hegseth and Griff Jenkins The network's weekend morning news/talk program. Studio F, New York City
10:00am
Cavuto Live
Neil Cavuto Saturday morning business and politics oriented program. Washington D.C.
12:00pm
America's News Headquarters
Elizabeth Prann and Leland Vittert Weekend hard news program. Studio F, New York City
2:00pm Ed Henry and Laura Ingle
3:00pm
The Journal Editorial Report
Paul Gigot The editorial-board members of the Wall Street Journal debate and discuss news, society and politics. Washington D.C.
4:00pm
America's News Headquarters
Ed Henry and Laura Ingle Weekend hard news program. Studio F, New York City
5:00pm Eric Shawn and Arthel Neville
7:00pm
Fox Report
Jon Scott News program. Washington D.C.
8:00pm
Watters' World
Jesse Watters Politics and pop culture.
9:00pm
Justice with Judge Jeanine
Jeanine Pirro Crime and politics issues. Studio J, New York City
10:00pm
The Greg Gutfeld Show
Greg Gutfeld A talk show featuring sarcastic commentary and humor. Studio D, New York City

Sundays (6:00am - 11:00pm)[edit]

Program Hosted by Description Studios
6:00am
Fox & Friends Sunday
Pete Hegseth and Griff Jenkins The network's weekend morning news/talk program. Studio F, New York City
10:00am
Sunday Morning Futures With Maria Bartiromo
Maria Bartiromo Interviewing business leaders and newsmakers. Washington D.C.
11:00am
#MediaBuzz
Howard Kurtz Media analysis.
12:00pm
America's News Headquarters
Eric Shawn and Arthel Neville Weekend hard news program. Studio F, New York City
1:00pm
America's News Headquarters
Elizabeth Prann and Leland Vittert
2:00pm
Fox News Sunday
Chris Wallace Fox's Sunday public and political talk show. Washington D.C.
3:00pm
The Journal Editorial Report
Paul Gigot The editorial-board members of the Wall Street Journal debate and discuss news, society and politics.
4:00pm - 5:00pm
America's News Headquarters
Eric Shawn and Arthel Neville Weekend hard news program. Studio F, New York City
6:00pm - 7:00pm
Fox Report Weekend
Jon Scott News program. Washington D.C.
9:00pm - 10:00pm
The Next Revolution
Steve Hilton Talk program with a center-right populist perspective. Los Angeles, CA
10:00pm - 11:00pm
Life, Liberty & Levin
Mark Levin Conservative talk program Washington DC

Special programming[edit]

Previous programming[edit]

Fox Network programming[edit]

Fox News Special Presentation title card for Fox News coverage on Fox.

Fox News Channel acts as the de facto news division of the Fox broadcast network, providing coverage of major breaking news and select live events, such as the State of the Union speech. The network also manages Fox NewsEdge, a distribution service of footage and reports for local Fox affiliates' news broadcasts.

In addition to news coverage, the network produces Fox News Sunday, a Sunday morning talk shows featuring interviews with national leaders in politics and public life, hosted by Chris Wallace. From 2007 - 2009, the network produced The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet, a syndicated morning program featuring celebrity interviews, a live studio audience, and segments relating to viewers, hosted by past-DaySide and Fox & Friends Weekend hosts, Juliet Huddy and Mike Jerrick.(Produced by FNC's sister division 20th Television and cancelled in the summer of 2009).

Since the original launch of FNC, the network has tried multiple times to produce newsmagazine programs for the network. Some of these programs have been canceled due to low ratings, including Fox Files, The Pulse, and Geraldo at Large (which returned to FNC in February 2007 as a weekend show). But others, like Hannity's America, continue to thrive. Bill O'Reilly has said he considers his top rated show - The O'Reilly Factor to be in the format of a newsmagazine. He points to the inclusion of regular features such as 'Pinheads & Patriots' and the weekly 'The Great American Culture Quiz', which has very little to do with politics, to bolster his point.

FoxNews.com Live programming[edit]

Internet-only content that began during the 2008 election season. It was originally known as the Strategy Room until after the 2010 elections.

Program Hosted by Description
The Morning Click Jamie Colby, Harris Faulkner Current events
FBN Live Lauren Green, Uma Pemmaraju, Gregg Jarrett, Arthel Neville, Rick Folbaum, and Heather Childers
Entertainment Hour Kimberly Guilfoyle Crime and legal news
Defcon 3 Kathleen Troia McFarland Military news and information
Spirited Debate Lauren Green Discussion on religious topics

References[edit]

  1. ^ Laura Ingraham close to securing 10 pm slot at Fox News - Washington Examiner.com
  2. ^ [1]. Van Susteren leaving Fox News, Hume tapped as replacement through election. Fox News. 6 September 2016

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