Monday, October 7, 2013

Preview: Fox News

Fast News on Fox News as No. 1 News Network Reworks Lineup
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Megyn Kelly
It's unusual for a top-rated TV network to shake up its programming - don't fix what's not broken. That includes No. 1 cable news network Fox News, which has one of the least-tweaked lineups on TV, notably with its primetime programs - O'Reilly Factor, Hannity and On the Record with Greta Van Susteren - staying put for more than a decade.

Tonight, fueled by a mission to more quickly report breaking news, Fox News is shaking up its lineup with breaking-news-focused tweaks.

In fact, anchor Shepard Smith is now overseeing a breaking news division that'll break into regular programs to report important news stories as they unfold.

And, at 9pm - Hannity's old spot, longtime Fox News reporter Megyn Kelly debuts The Kelly File, a live show that will focus on up-to-the-minute news.

Meantime, Greta moves from 10pm to 7pm and Hannity takes over the 10pm slot.

Just last week, Fox News debuted a new afternoon news-talk show, The Real Story with Gretchen Carlson hosted by the former co-host of Fox & Friends.

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