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November 21, 1997 | JANE HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
CNBC talk-show host Geraldo Rivera has accepted an offer to anchor a new nightly newscast and an interview show on the Fox News Channel, but NBC executives plan to make a counteroffer that they hope will keep him from leaving. The deal with the 13-month-old Fox News Channel, according to sources involved in the talks, calls for Rivera to co-anchor a 7 p.m. newscast, probably with the network's Catherine Crier, in addition to hosting the talk show he now does for CNBC.
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March 9, 2002 | RAY RICHMOND, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
I popped up on the Fox News Channel the other day. Maybe you missed it. I was part of a story about Paula Poundstone and the preferential treatment she may or may not have received recently from a Superior Court judge in Santa Monica My qualifications? Funny I should mention that. I'm co-founder of a year-old Internet Webzine called HollywoodPulse.com, for which a partner and I ruminate weekly about the goings-on in show business from a decidedly unique (read: warped) perspective. Our secret?
NEWS
April 2, 2003 | Brian Lowry, Times Staff Writer
Viewing of network news and the all-news cable channels has cooled a bit after surging in response to the start of war in Iraq, though tune-in for TV news in general remains elevated, based on Nielsen Media Research estimates released Tuesday. Results from the first full week of war coverage show that Fox News Channel stayed the most-watched cable network, averaging 4.4 million viewers, compared with 3.7 million viewing rival CNN during an average minute in prime time last week, and 1.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 13, 2002 | Elizabeth Jensen, Times Staff Writer
Shepard Smith, the news anchor with the fastest Mississippi drawl on television, has been a rising star in cable news this year: The Fox News Channel personality has the top-rated newscast (as opposed to talk show), and in October and November his "Fox Report" passed CNN's Larry King to take the No. 3 spot overall. He's ahead so far this month too. But there's always room for more viewers.
NEWS
April 1, 2011 | By James Oliphant, Washington Bureau
The heartburn that a prospective Donald Trump presidential bid gives to other Republican candidates will now be delivered on a weekly basis. The bombastic real estate mogul will now be joining the morning show "Fox and Friends" every Monday, the program announced. "The Donald now makes his voice loud and clear every Monday on Fox," asserts a promo, which was first reported by Mediaite, a news media website. Lately, Trump has been loud and clear on the you-can't-kill-it-no-matter-how-hard-you-try matter of President Obama's origins, producing his own birth certificate and daring the president to do the same.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 29, 2013 | By Scott Collins
Well, that didn't take long. Just one month after taking over her new 9 p.m. time slot at Fox News Channel, Megyn Kelly has the No. 2 show on cable news. "The Kelly File" averaged 2.2 million total viewers for October, behind only "The O'Reilly Factor" (2.8 million), according to Nielsen. (The ratings measurement company ends its month a little sooner than most people's calendars do.) Kelly, a longtime anchor for Fox News, took over the 9 p.m. slot from Sean Hannity, who moved to 10 p.m. as part of a broader network shake-up.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 1, 2013 | By Scott Collins
Jon Stewart has a message for Fox News Channel: I tell jokes for a living, so stop using me to help prove your talking points. On Thursday's "Daily Show," Stewart ridiculed news outlets -- mainly Fox News -- for using his jokes about the tech-plagued Obamacare rollout as evidence that the country has turned against the Affordable Care Act. "If you've lost Jon Stewart you're in trouble," a Fox News host said in footage that Stewart played. "Don't use our joke as evidence that the thing you hate must be stopped because I'm sure when we joke about [something]
NEWS
January 29, 2002
President Bush's State of the Union address begins at 6 p.m. PST. Here's where it can be viewed: CBS NBC ABC CNN Fox Fox News Channel CNBC MSNBC KCET KTTV C-SPAN
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