Cavuto To Host New Live FNC Saturday Show

Fox News Channel will debut a new two-hour Saturday news program entitled Cavuto Live (10 a.m.-noon ET) anchored by Neil Cavuto.

It will launch on Saturday, Jan. 20, and feature a breakdown of the major headlines impacting business and politics along with a rotating panel of industry experts each week. Cavuto Live will replace the current business block which encompasses four half-hour programs.

Cavuto said: “Our Saturday business block has always outperformed in the ratings because we bring the best of both FNC and FBN to this critical daypart. But now, with the news often hitting throughout the weekend, we owe it to our viewers to provide real-time reaction on just how these policies and politics impact our lives, and our finances. As I have always said, it’s not about the red or the blue, it’s about the green and I am excited to bring our audience a new, live, two-hour program that delivers the vital news and analysis our viewers need in this ever-changing political and economic landscape.”

As one of FNC’s first on-air hires, Cavuto was instrumental in helping launch the network in 1996 and was also integral in the creation of Fox Business Network in 2007. He currently is SVP and managing editor of business news across both networks.

Prior to joining Fox, Cavuto was part of the team that launched CNBC in 1989. He also served as a contributor to NBC’s Today show and NBC News at Sunrise. Previously, Cavuto was the New York bureau chief for PBS’s Nightly Business Report and Washington bureau chief for Investment Age Magazine.

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