This weekend Bream will kick off a new era on Fox News Sunday, the jewel of the news side at Fox News Channel, which often gets more attention for its opinion programming. She will be the programs’ first permanent female host and will be the first permanent replacement for Chris Wallace, who burnished his reputation for prosecutorial questioning of newsmakers and politicians over a tenure that lasted just under two decades.
In its statement on Wallace’s exit from the network, Fox News said, “the legacy of Fox News Sunday will continue with our star journalists, many of whom will rotate in the position until a permanent host is named.” Among those mentioned among the network’s news-side anchors who will rotate in the Fox News Sunday moderator role are Bret Baier, John Roberts, Harris Faulkner, Shannon Bream, Martha MacCallum, Neil Cavuto, Bill Hemmer, Jennifer Griffin and Dana Perino.
Fox News Audio, Fox News Media’s radio and podcast division, has collaborated with Apple Podcasts Subscriptions to launch a new subscription-based content channel entitled Fox News Podcasts+. This new platform will offer […]
Fox News Sunday is gaining ratings momentum in Washington, D.C., beating its major-network competition in all categories for the first time in seven years.