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ENTERTAINMENT
December 24, 2008 | ASSOCIATED PRESS
Fox News Channel has selected White House correspondent Bret Baier to replace Brit Hume as anchor of its weekday 3 p.m. newscast. Hume is cutting back to part-time work at Fox and was anchoring his last newscast Tuesday. Baier will start his new job Jan. 5. Baier is familiar to viewers of the show as Hume's occasional substitute and from his work as Fox's top person in the White House. He said he plans "on continuing to maintain the prestige of the program in every way I know how."
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ENTERTAINMENT
August 29, 2005 | Tribune Media Services
The world of 24/7 cable news can be hard to leave. Many anchors and reporters have proven it by switching networks, and Bill Hemmer now joins their ranks. The former cohost of CNN's "American Morning" lands at Fox News Channel as anchor of the 9 a.m. weekday edition of "Fox News Live" starting today.
BUSINESS
September 6, 2001 | GREG BRAXTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
News personality Paula Zahn was fired by Fox News Channel on Wednesday, and received a job offer from the network's rival, CNN, hours later. Zahn, who hosted the nightly news show "The Edge With Paula Zahn" on the News Corp.-owned cable news channel, was terminated for breach of contract, said Fox News executives. Dianne Brandi, vice president of legal affairs for FNC, said the action was taken after Zahn received a written offer from CNN to host a show there.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 28, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Liberal activists are stepping up their campaign against Fox News Channel by pressuring advertisers not to patronize the network. MoveOn.org, the Campaign for America's Future and liberal blogs like DailyKos.com are asking thousands of supporters to monitor who is advertising on the network. Once a database is gathered, an organized phone-calling campaign will begin, said Jim Gilliam, vice president of media strategy for Brave New Films, a company that has made anti-Fox videos.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 29, 2006 | From the Associated Press
A financial struggle is looming between Fox News Channel and the cable and satellite providers who carry the network, with the risk of Bill O'Reilly, Shepard Smith and Sean Hannity being yanked from TV screens if talks go sour. With Fox's 10th anniversary next week, a series of 10-year contracts with providers will begin expiring. Fox says the systems pay roughly 25 cents per subscriber each month to carry its programming.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 19, 2012 | By Meg James
Fox News Chairman Roger Ailes has signed on for another four years. The new employment agreement, announced Friday by parent company News Corp., will keep Ailes at the controls of one of the television's company's most successful divisions through the 2016 presidential election.  In addition to serving as chairman and chief executive of the top-rated Fox News, Ailes also oversees the company's 27 television stations, Twentieth Television syndication,...
ENTERTAINMENT
October 7, 2002 | DAVID BAUDER, ASSOCIATED PRESS
NEW YORK--Shortly before CNN unveiled the new studio it had built in Manhattan for Paula Zahn's "American Morning" last month, a telephone rang at the desk of a reporter. A publicist for Fox News Channel was calling. For anyone writing about Zahn's show, she wanted to point out how much better Fox's morning show, "Fox & Friends," was doing in the ratings. With that in mind, CNN's new studio "is nothing more than rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic," said Fox spokeswoman Tracey Spector.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 5, 1997
There will be bountiful television and radio coverage of the funeral for Princess Diana on Saturday. But because of the time difference between here and London, the live telecast will hit the airwaves at 3 a.m. West Coast time. Recognizing that not everyone will want to watch in the middle of the night, however, many channels plan to tape the proceedings for a second airing later Saturday.
BUSINESS
March 11, 2005 | Scott Collins, Times Staff Writer
TV shows often feature plots ripped from the headlines, but an upcoming episode of David E. Kelley's legal drama "Boston Legal" was a bit too lifelike for ABC executives. Sunday's episode of the series starring James Spader is about the censorship issues raised when a high school principal tries to block students' access to a cable news channel. In Kelley's original script, the network in question was News Corp.'s Fox News Channel.
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