Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Here We Go Again!

Hurricane Rita, which is now in the Gulf of Mexico, and is now a Catagory 5 hurricane, is expected to hit the Texas coast near Galveston sometime this Saturday. Stay tuned to Fox News.

Monday, September 19, 2005

Ideal Changes For "DaySide"

I have come up with the idea that Fox News Channel would have been much better off if they had named someone with a professional demeaner like Uma Pemmaraju or Donna Fiducia to host DaySide and if they eliminated the studio audience.

Sunday, September 18, 2005

Reruns of "War Stories with Oliver North" replacing "Fox Magazine"

Beginning tonight, Sunday September 18, Fox News Channel will repeat War Stories with Oliver North at 8:00 PM Pacific/11:00 PM Eastern Time. The War Stories repeats replace the cancelled Fox Magazine.

Wednesday, September 14, 2005

It's Mike and Juliet's Show Now

Beginning this coming Monday, September 19, DaySide, which has been off the air due to Fox News Channel coverage of Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath, will return, headlined by Mike Jarrick and Juliet Huddy. The show airs at 10AM Pacific/1PM Eastern Time, and originates from Studio D at the News Corporation building in Manhattan, New York City, before a live studio audience.

Monday, September 12, 2005

FNC Hurricane Coverage and Program Changes

As you know by now, Fox News Channel, along with the other major cable news outlets, has been providing extensive coverage of Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath. On the day that the storm made landfall, FNC correspondent Steve Harrigan was literally hanging on for dear life in Gulfport, Mississippi. Many FNC correspondents, including anchorman Shep Smith, were reporting or anchoring news programming from New Orleans or other areas smashed by Katrina. Whatever major news stories, wherever and whenever, break out, Fox News can provide solid coverage.

On the programming front, Fox News has pulled the plug on two of its' weekend shows: After Hours with Cal Thomas (Saturday nights at 8:00 PM Pacific/ 11:00 PM Eastern Time) and Fox Magazine, hosted by Laurie Dhue (Sunday nights at 8:00 PM Pacific/11:00 PM Eastern Time). The series finales first aired on September 10 and September 11, respectively. Reruns of Heartland with John Kasich will move into the hour vacated by After Hours and repeats of Fox News Watch.