News media – BSD News http://bsdnews.org/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 12:00:16 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://bsdnews.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/bsd-150x150.png News media – BSD News http://bsdnews.org/ 32 32 FOX News Media to Host Third Annual All-American Tree Lighting on Monday, November 21 | Company https://bsdnews.org/fox-news-media-to-host-third-annual-all-american-tree-lighting-on-monday-november-21-company/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 16:16:53 +0000 https://bsdnews.org/fox-news-media-to-host-third-annual-all-american-tree-lighting-on-monday-november-21-company/ NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Nov. 17, 2022– FOX News Media will present its third annual “All-American Tree Lighting” on Monday, Nov. 21 at 5:00 p.m. ET in partnership with the Police Athletic League (PAL) for a toy drive to benefit New York City’s youth. Hosted by The five ‘ s Greg Gutfeld, Judge Jeanine Pirro, Dana Perino, […]]]>

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Nov. 17, 2022–

FOX News Media will present its third annual “All-American Tree Lighting” on Monday, Nov. 21 at 5:00 p.m. ET in partnership with the Police Athletic League (PAL) for a toy drive to benefit New York City’s youth. Hosted by The fives Greg Gutfeld, Judge Jeanine Pirro, Dana Perino, Jessica Tarlov and Jesse Watters, the lighting will take place in FOX Square outside of network headquarters and will air live on FOX News Channel during the final half hour of The five. FOX’s All-American Christmas tree stands 50 feet tall and will be adorned with 12,000 ornaments and 340,000 lights. Made in America, the tree will again feature a patriotic theme of red, white and blue decorations.

Throughout the hour, the co-hosts will be joined by special guests to discuss the upcoming holiday season, the importance of giving back, and some of their favorite holiday memories in front of a live audience. Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Reverend Jacques De Graff and Rabbi Joseph Potasnik will also bless the tree before representatives from the New York Fire Department (FDNY) and New York Police Department (NYPD) perform ceremonial lighting in honor of those who serve the city. FOX News Media has invited FDNY and NYPD members from New York City stations and neighborhoods to attend the tree lighting ceremony.

In partnership with PAL, FOX News Media employees participated in volunteer activities to make a difference for children in New York this holiday season. Employees were given a holiday wish list to buy and wrap gifts for the kids to display around the tree. Nearly 500 gifts were purchased by FOX News Media employees this week and the campaign will continue through November 21. At Monday’s tree lighting, gifts will be presented to PAL Executive Director Carlos Velazquez, as well as children and families benefiting from the charitable contribution.

FOX News Media operates FOX News Channel (FNC), FOX Business Network (FBN), FOX News Digital, FOX News Audio, FOX News Books, direct-to-consumer streaming services FOX Nation and FOX News International and free advertising-service television supported FOX Weather. Currently the number one network in all of cable, FNC has also been the most-watched TV news channel for more than 20 consecutive years, while FBN is cable’s number one commercial channel. Owned by Fox Corporation, FOX News Media reaches nearly 200 million people every month.

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FOX News Media to Host Third Annual All-American Tree Lighting on Monday, November 21 https://bsdnews.org/fox-news-media-to-host-third-annual-all-american-tree-lighting-on-monday-november-21/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 16:16:00 +0000 https://bsdnews.org/fox-news-media-to-host-third-annual-all-american-tree-lighting-on-monday-november-21/ NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–FOX News Media will present its third annual “All-American Tree Lighting” on Monday, November 21st at 5:00 p.m./ET in partnership with the Police Athletic League (PAL) for a toy drive to benefit young people in New York City. Hosted by The five‘s Greg Gutfeld, Judge Jeanine Pirro, Dana Perino, Jessica Tarlov and Jesse […]]]>

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–FOX News Media will present its third annual “All-American Tree Lighting” on Monday, November 21st at 5:00 p.m./ET in partnership with the Police Athletic League (PAL) for a toy drive to benefit young people in New York City. Hosted by The fives Greg Gutfeld, Judge Jeanine Pirro, Dana Perino, Jessica Tarlov and Jesse Watters, the lighting will take place in FOX Square outside of network headquarters and will air live on FOX News Channel during the final half hour of The five. FOX’s All-American Christmas tree stands 50 feet tall and will be adorned with 12,000 ornaments and 340,000 lights. Made in America, the tree will again feature a patriotic theme of red, white and blue decorations.

Throughout the hour, the co-hosts will be joined by special guests to discuss the upcoming holiday season, the importance of giving back, and some of their favorite holiday memories in front of a live audience. Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Reverend Jacques De Graff and Rabbi Joseph Potasnik will also bless the tree before representatives from the New York Fire Department (FDNY) and New York Police Department (NYPD) perform ceremonial lighting in honor of those who serve the city. FOX News Media has invited FDNY and NYPD members from New York City stations and neighborhoods to attend the tree lighting ceremony.

In partnership with PAL, FOX News Media employees participated in volunteer activities to make a difference for children in New York this holiday season. Employees were given a holiday wish list to buy and wrap gifts for the kids to display around the tree. Nearly 500 gifts were purchased by FOX News Media employees this week and the campaign will run through November 21st. At Monday’s tree lighting, gifts will be presented to PAL Executive Director Carlos Velazquez, as well as children and families benefiting from the charitable contribution.

FOX News Media operates FOX News Channel (FNC), FOX Business Network (FBN), FOX News Digital, FOX News Audio, FOX News Books, direct-to-consumer streaming services FOX Nation and FOX News International and free advertising-service television supported FOX Weather. Currently the number one network in all of cable, FNC has also been the most-watched TV news channel for more than 20 consecutive years, while FBN is cable’s number one commercial channel. Owned by Fox Corporation, FOX News Media reaches nearly 200 million people every month.

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Media react to Donald Trump’s bid for president in 2024 https://bsdnews.org/media-react-to-donald-trumps-bid-for-president-in-2024/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 20:20:06 +0000 https://bsdnews.org/media-react-to-donald-trumps-bid-for-president-in-2024/ Many questions remain regarding CNN’s unceremonious cancellation of “Reliable Sources” and the subsequent exit of host Brian Stelter. The network led by CEO Chris Licht has undergone several changes and there are more to come. Recently, Licht sat down with journalist Kara Swisher on her podcast to discuss a slew of topics related to the […]]]>

Many questions remain regarding CNN’s unceremonious cancellation of “Reliable Sources” and the subsequent exit of host Brian Stelter. The network led by CEO Chris Licht has undergone several changes and there are more to come.

Recently, Licht sat down with journalist Kara Swisher on her podcast to discuss a slew of topics related to the network, a network that Licht has vowed to steer in an entirely different direction than his predecessor Jeff Zucker.

Licht spoke about Stelter’s departure, citing the need for CNN to take a different approach when it comes to covering what’s going on in the media. “Reliable Sources” focused on analysis and commentary from US news media.

“I want to do media coverage in a different way,” Licht told Swisher. “I think you can see Sarah Fisher who we just recruited as a contributor, who is still working for Axios, and my take on the media coverage is that she doesn’t really belong on linear TV.”

Stelter came to CNN after working as a reporter for The New York Times. Stelter had agreed to host a daily episode of Reliable Sources on CNN+, but the streaming platform disbanded soon after.

Licht said he preferred CNN to analyze and comment on media on its digital platform that would reach 180 million unique users.

“When it makes sense to be on television, we put Oliver Darcey or we put Sarah [Fisher] on,” he added.

Stelter would still have three years left on his contract when he was fired by CNN. Swisher reported during the chat that Stelter told friends he felt like a sacrificial lamb. Swisher asked Licht why he hadn’t offered Stelter a position elsewhere in the company.

“I don’t really want to go into detail about that,” Licht said. “It’s not fair to Brian.”

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How the media – long under Trump’s sway – can responsibly cover his new presidential bid – Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism https://bsdnews.org/how-the-media-long-under-trumps-sway-can-responsibly-cover-his-new-presidential-bid-jammu-kashmir-latest-news-tourism/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 18:37:30 +0000 https://bsdnews.org/how-the-media-long-under-trumps-sway-can-responsibly-cover-his-new-presidential-bid-jammu-kashmir-latest-news-tourism/ Cambridge (United States), November 16: Now that he is in the presidential race of 2024, the media circus that is Donald Trump returns for a new season.Trump is still newsworthy.He was weakened by his defeat in the 2020 presidential election, his attempt to overturn his result, and the underperformance of Republican candidates in the 2022 […]]]>

Cambridge (United States), November 16: Now that he is in the presidential race of 2024, the media circus that is Donald Trump returns for a new season.
Trump is still newsworthy.
He was weakened by his defeat in the 2020 presidential election, his attempt to overturn his result, and the underperformance of Republican candidates in the 2022 midterms.
Nevertheless, Trump is more than a party leader. “Make America Great Again”, colloquially known as “MAGA”, is a political movement.
Trump has a legion of die-hard followers.
Then there’s Trump the script. Trump is to journalists what honey is to bears. Journalists value conflict and Trump delivers it in abundance.
That’s why he dominated media coverage almost every week of his 2016 presidential race; why he got three times more media coverage in his first 100 days as president than his immediate predecessors; and why he has remained in the news since leaving the White House.
It is also an easy “get”. At a time when politicians are increasingly scripted and isolated from the media, Trump is on their doorstep. As president, he answered more questions from reporters than any of his recent predecessors.
There’s a third reason why Trump will get media attention: he’s good for the ratings.
In the 2016 presidential election alone, he grew cable television viewership so much that his advertising revenue increased by hundreds of millions of dollars. Broadcasters also benefited: CBS CEO Les Moonves said Trump’s presidential run “may not be good for America, but it’s damn good for CBS.”
During Joe Biden’s presidency, TV and online news viewership declined sharply compared to the Trump years.
So the question is not whether Trump will be inundated with media coverage, but how journalists should cover him.
If they must serve the public interest, journalists cannot apply the ordinary rules for covering candidates.
They are about a politician who routinely defies democratic norms and lies with abandon.
As a longtime scholar of political journalism, I offer some recommendations for properly respecting Trump’s candidacy without amplifying his false claims or promoting his anti-democratic beliefs.

Don’t play in his hand
Trump is a master at changing history when it doesn’t go in his direction or in his favor.
To achieve this, he is counting on journalists to take the bait. Running to air Trump’s latest scandal only serves to give it disproportionate coverage and distract the public from what most deserves their attention.
Tell her lies, but don’t dwell on them

When it’s impossible to ignore one of Trump’s false claims, tag it as such in the story.
At the same time, to report once again that Trump is playing fast and loose with the facts is to say nothing new or unexpected.
The latest untruth may be enticing, but that alone doesn’t make headlines.
A 2015 study from Columbia University found that the media “plays a major role in spreading hoaxes, misrepresentations, questionable rumors, and questionable viral content.” Journalists generally do not make false statements, but broadcast those of journalists.
And once spread, lies are amplified on social media, where they come to life in part because people tend to accept false claims that are what they would like to believe.
Few examples illustrate this point more clearly than the lingering belief of a large Republican majority that the 2020 election was stolen.
Do not exaggerate his provocations on social networks
When Trump was president, a third of his most popular tweets contained a false claim.
But many Americans wouldn’t have heard them directly from Trump.
A study found that only around 1% of his Twitter followers saw a tweet directly from his Twitter feed.
Most Americans have heard of his tweets through media coverage.
Don’t confuse access with timeliness

The offer of a Trump interview may be enticing, but unless the reporter has a clear goal and pursues it doggedly, it will only work to the advantage of Trump, who is a master at art of manipulating the agenda.
Instead of speaking with Trump to get information about him, Elizabeth Skewes of the University of Colorado suggests getting it from people who have worked with him or studied him closely.
Notice when he trashes democracy
Obeying laws, respecting institutions, and following standard expectations—sometimes called “democratic standards”—are all essential to a healthy democracy. Journalists, as watchdogs of the powerful, have a duty to hold the powerful accountable, including Trump’s attacks on democracy and its institutions.
But Trump’s danger to democracy does not grant journalists — who are purveyors of facts, not opinions — license to judge his substantive policies.
Journalists violate their own standards by taking sides in partisan debates on political issues such as immigration and trade. Leave those judgments to the voters.
Avoid false equivalences
A story about a Trump transgression doesn’t necessarily need a mention of something similar involving a political opponent.
It can make Trump’s behavior normal when he isn’t. He is a serial transgressor of social and political expectations.
Provide context

It’s not safe for journalists to assume that news consumers know what’s going on on the surface or behind the scenes of what they’re reporting.
As early as the 1940s, journalists were criticized for providing too little context to their audiences.
In recent years, journalists have sought to restore public confidence in their work by being more transparent about news decisions. Context is a key part of this, explaining why the story is newsworthy and why it’s being told the way it is.
Don’t put all Trump loyalists in the same basket
The Trump supporters who stormed the Capitol on January 6, 2021 are not fully representative of his supporters. Forgotten in the turmoil following the 2020 election was the fact that Trump received the second most presidential votes in history. The simplistic portrayals of Trump supporters reinforce their distrust of the media and its reporting.
None of this will be easy.
A century ago, journalist Walter Lippmann wrote that the press, rather than bringing order to political chaos, tends to “intensify” it.
Trump personifies chaos, and his media coverage has indeed been chaotic.
As one analyst described it as early as 2018, “the press rushes from one headline disproportionately to the next, focusing on the weird, the sensational and the polarizing.”
More disciplined reporting would benefit the American people as the Trump Circus takes its 2024 show on the road. (The conversation)
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Forestry recruitment exam for 99 positions tomorrow – Sangri Today https://bsdnews.org/forestry-recruitment-exam-for-99-positions-tomorrow-sangri-today/ Sat, 05 Nov 2022 14:36:57 +0000 https://bsdnews.org/forestry-recruitment-exam-for-99-positions-tomorrow-sangri-today/ Forestry Recruitment Examination for 99 Positions Tomorrow: Upon presentation of admission card, applicants will be able to travel for free, 1.5 hours before entry The Rajasthan Personnel Selection Committee will hold the Forestry Recruitment Examination in two shifts on Sunday. The recruitment examination for 99 positions will be held at 1718 examination centers in 10 […]]]>

Forestry Recruitment Examination for 99 Positions Tomorrow: Upon presentation of admission card, applicants will be able to travel for free, 1.5 hours before entry

The Rajasthan Personnel Selection Committee will hold the Forestry Recruitment Examination in two shifts on Sunday. The recruitment examination for 99 positions will be held at 1718 examination centers in 10 districts of the state. For which 5 lakh 59,000 candidates registered. In such a situation, on average, there will be competition between 5654 candidates for a position.
Police and SOG teams will be deployed by the council to prevent cheating in the recruitment exam. During this time, candidates will be admitted to the examination centers after checking with metal detectors. At the same time, one day before the exam and one day after, candidates will be able to travel for free on the Blue Line buses of Rajasthan Roadways by showing the admission card. Of these, a maximum of 1 lakh 60,000 applicants will appear for the recruitment exam in Jaipur. For which 4 temporary bus stops have also been made.
Candidates must report to the exam center before 1:30 a.m. of the scheduled exam time. Thus, after the search, you will be able to sit in the assigned seat in the examination room in time. No candidate will be allowed to enter the examination center after the stipulated time of the start of the examination. During this time, the first shift will be from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. While the second shift will be from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The ranger recruitment examination will be conducted by the personnel selection committee in 10 districts in the state only. In these countries, examination centers have been established in Jaipur, Ajmer, Alwar, Bharatpur, Bikaner, Bhilwara, Ganganagar, Jodhpur, Kota and Udaipur.
Candidates appearing for the Forestry Recruitment Examination may not come to the examination center with watches, chains, rings, earrings, medallions, or any type of jewelry. The wearing of all these ornaments will be prohibited. Other than that, bringing a purse, purse, or newspaper is also prohibited. In case candidates bring any of these documents with them to the exam. They must therefore keep it outside the examination center and the full responsibility will also lie with the candidate.
During the Forestry Recruitment Examination, candidates may not bring any type of electronic devices such as mobile phone, Bluetooth, or calculator to the center. In such a situation, if any of these items were found with the candidate. Then, proceedings will be brought against him under the Prevention of Unfair Means Act 1992. the accused will be seized and a fine will be levied on him.
After Forester, the Ranger Recruitment Examination will be held on November 12-13. In the recruitment exam to be held for 2,300 positions, 16 lakh 36,516 candidates in the state failed to register. Those who will sit for the recruitment exam in two shifts at 5,057 exam centers in 30 districts across the state.

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Media react to severing ties between MSNBC and Tiffany Cross https://bsdnews.org/media-react-to-severing-ties-between-msnbc-and-tiffany-cross/ Fri, 04 Nov 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://bsdnews.org/media-react-to-severing-ties-between-msnbc-and-tiffany-cross/ Over the years, news and opinions have started to mix, creating a gray area as MSNBC’s ’11th Hour’ host Stephanie Ruhle discussed changes to the latest episode of the ‘Math & Magic’ podcast. with iHeartMedia CEO Bob Pittman. . Ruhle said viewers have become more savvy, allowing news agencies to also work in the gray […]]]>

Over the years, news and opinions have started to mix, creating a gray area as MSNBC’s ’11th Hour’ host Stephanie Ruhle discussed changes to the latest episode of the ‘Math & Magic’ podcast. with iHeartMedia CEO Bob Pittman. .

Ruhle said viewers have become more savvy, allowing news agencies to also work in the gray area between the black and white of strict news and opinion.

“Just providing information is limited, and that’s not necessarily what people need from news outlets, because you can get basic information from a lot of places,” Ruhle said. “I think there’s something more than just news that doesn’t take you to bias.”

The MSNBC host noted her experience growing up with the news and the mix of opinions as her family members listened to former radio host Rush Limbaugh.

“My grandparents were religious listeners to Rush Limbaugh because he was a radio personality who shared some of their political ideology,” Ruhle said.

“But they didn’t look to Rush Limbaugh for news. It was Walter Cronkite. And these are two different things. I think those are two valuable things that exist in news and entertainment and in opinion. But they need to be branded for what they are and the audience needs to understand what they are.

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Media react to Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter https://bsdnews.org/media-react-to-elon-musks-takeover-of-twitter/ Fri, 28 Oct 2022 20:25:13 +0000 https://bsdnews.org/media-react-to-elon-musks-takeover-of-twitter/ Elon Musk now controls Twitter, and in addition to firing the company’s top executives, the Tesla CEO is now making a change to make the platform fit his vision. On Thursday, Bloomberg reported that Musk intends to ban permanent suspensions on the platform. “Musk also intends to remove permanent user bans because he doesn’t believe […]]]>

Elon Musk now controls Twitter, and in addition to firing the company’s top executives, the Tesla CEO is now making a change to make the platform fit his vision.

On Thursday, Bloomberg reported that Musk intends to ban permanent suspensions on the platform.

“Musk also intends to remove permanent user bans because he doesn’t believe in lifetime bans,” the person told Bloomberg.

As a result, there is speculation if this means former President Donald Trump will return to the platform despite launching his social media, Truth Social. Nonetheless, there is no clear message whether Trump intends to return.

“This means that people previously kicked off the platform may be allowed back in, although it’s unclear if that included former President Donald Trump,” the person added.

Along with removing the permanent bans, Musk is also reaching out to advertisers about his plans for Twitter now that the platform’s takeover is complete.

“That’s why I bought Twitter,” Musk said. “I didn’t do it because it would be easy. I didn’t do it to make more money. I did it to try to help humanity, which I love.

“And I do so with humility, acknowledging that failure to pursue that goal, despite our best efforts, is a very real possibility. That said, Twitter obviously cannot become a free hell for all, where anything can be said without consequences!

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Media react to assault on Nancy Pelosi’s husband https://bsdnews.org/media-react-to-assault-on-nancy-pelosis-husband/ Fri, 28 Oct 2022 18:01:58 +0000 https://bsdnews.org/media-react-to-assault-on-nancy-pelosis-husband/ Keith Olbermann has slammed MSNBC host Joe Scarborough’s comments about Pennsylvania Democratic Senate candidate John Fetterman. The “Morning Joe” co-host offered his opinion after a debate on Tuesday between Fetterman and his Republican opponent, Dr. Mehmet Oz. “John Fetterman’s ability to communicate is seriously impaired,” Scarborough said. “Pennsylvania voters will talk about this obvious fact […]]]>

Keith Olbermann has slammed MSNBC host Joe Scarborough’s comments about Pennsylvania Democratic Senate candidate John Fetterman. The “Morning Joe” co-host offered his opinion after a debate on Tuesday between Fetterman and his Republican opponent, Dr. Mehmet Oz.

“John Fetterman’s ability to communicate is seriously impaired,” Scarborough said. “Pennsylvania voters will talk about this obvious fact even though many media outlets won’t… It’s painful to watch, regardless of his politics.” Thursday on his Countdown podcast, Olbermann reacted.

“Who the hell do you think you are, Scarborough?” Everyone who knew you – everyone who knew one of the 10 or 20 different Joe Scarboroughs who darkened our horizons – everyone knows your ability to communicate has been seriously impaired for 30 years! Olberman said.

“Never mind Joe Scarborough’s inscrutable dialect and frequent malapropisms. What he has said throughout his public career has been “painful to watch, regardless of his politics” and it has rarely been the same thing twice. The things he said weren’t honest, weren’t true, weren’t consistent, were nothing but selfish and destructive.

Fetterman continues to recover from a stroke and used closed captioning devices to figure out the questions. Olbermann called Fetterman’s performance in Tuesday’s debate “miraculous and inspiring,” then reaffirmed his own story with a traumatic brain injury.

“At the age of 21, I foolishly slammed into the side of a New York City subway train, head first. Luckily, I got away with nothing more than a severe concussion. Almost all symptoms resolved within six months, but some relating to depth perception and vision are now in their 42n/a year and I do eye muscle exercises which help me a lot. In fact, I made them this morning.

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FOX News Media will feature live coverage and special programming surrounding the 2022 midterm elections https://bsdnews.org/fox-news-media-will-feature-live-coverage-and-special-programming-surrounding-the-2022-midterm-elections/ Thu, 27 Oct 2022 16:55:00 +0000 https://bsdnews.org/fox-news-media-will-feature-live-coverage-and-special-programming-surrounding-the-2022-midterm-elections/ Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum will co-host “Democracy 2022: Election Night” on FOX News Channel on Tuesday, November 8e FNC special coverage begins Sunday, November 6e NEW YORK, October 27, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–FOX News Channel (FNC) will feature special live coverage of the 2022 midterm elections on Tuesday, November 8e starting at 6 p.m./ET. Co-hosted by […]]]>

Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum will co-host “Democracy 2022: Election Night” on FOX News Channel on Tuesday, November 8e

FNC special coverage begins Sunday, November 6e

NEW YORK, October 27, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–FOX News Channel (FNC) will feature special live coverage of the 2022 midterm elections on Tuesday, November 8e starting at 6 p.m./ET. Co-hosted by Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum, Democracy 2022: Election night will provide viewers with the latest calls on the House, Senate and gubernatorial races, as well as projections on the balance of power in the Senate and House via the FOX News Decision Desk.

Throughout the evening, Baier and MacCallum will be joined by American Newsroom co-host Bill Hemmer as he analyzes the results in real time on the electronic “Bill-board”. The Faulkner Accent anchor Harris Faulkner will present the voice of voters during FNC coverage, speaking to a live audience of voters about the issues that matter most to them in this election. In addition, FOX News Sunday anchor Shannon Bream will use a new immersive touchscreen to report on FOX News Voter Analytics, a survey of early and Election Day voters conducted in all 50 states by nonpartisan research organization NORC. the University of Chicago for FOX News and the Associated Press. Contributions will also be made by American Newsroom co-anchor Dana Perino, senior FNC political analysts Brit Hume and Juan Williams, Sunday night in America host Trey Gowdy, FNC contributors Karl Rove, Kellyanne Conway and Josh Kraushaar.

FOX News Channel White House correspondents Peter Doocy and Jacqui Heinrich will report live from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue while Senior Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram and Chief Washington Correspondent Mike Emanuel will update viewers on the balance of powers between Republicans and Democrats in the House and the Senate. After Baier and MacCallum’s election night special, nightly live coverage will begin at 1:00 a.m. ET anchored by FNC’s chief breaking news correspondent and the anchor of FOX News @ Night Trace Gallagher until 4am/ET when FOX and friends first picks up the cover.

Ahead of Election Day, FNC will feature live coverage and special programming. Sunday, November 6e, FOX News Sunday, anchored by Shannon Bream, will be broadcast live from FNC election headquarters in New York City. FNC weekday hosts and presenters will also present special editions of their shows on Sunday ahead of the midterm elections. Baier and MacCallum will co-host an election special titled, Democracy 2022: On the way to half-terms at 10 p.m./ET on Sunday. On Monday and Tuesday, FNC’s daytime schedule will feature celebrity guests and analysis leading up to election night.

Additionally, more than 20 FNC correspondents will report from every state across the country where major Senate, House and gubernatorial races are taking place. Correspondents and locations include Alicia Acuna in Arizona, Charles Watson in North Carolina, Phil Keating and Steve Harrigan in Florida, Aishah Hasnie and Jonathan Serrie in Georgia, Garrett Tenney in Michigan, Alexandria Hoff and Jonathan Hunt in Nevada, Matt Finn in New Mexico, Mark Meredith in Ohio, Dan Springer in Oregon, Bryan Llenas and Rich Edson in Pennsylvania, and Casey Stegall in Texas.

FOX Business Network (FBN) will simulcast FNC’s special live coverage of the 2022 midterm elections, beginning at 6:00 p.m./ET, and will provide comprehensive live updates with domestic and international market reactions as the results come in. Throughout election night, a panel of FBN talent including Stuart Varney, Maria Bartiromo, Charles Payne and Larry Kudlow will provide in-depth real-time analysis on FNC of the impact the night’s results could have on the finances of the viewers, Wall Street and the global economy. Additionally, FBN correspondents will be stationed across the country to report on key races with Connell McShane in Georgia, Kelly O’Grady in Arizona, Grady Trimble in Wisconsin, Hillary Vaughn in New Hampshire and Jeff Flock in Pennsylvania.

FOX News Audio will feature election night coverage co-anchored by Jared Halpern and Jessica Rosenthal beginning at 7:00 p.m./ET on the FOX News Radio affiliate network and the FOX News app. Reporters such as Tonya J. Powers, Jeff Monosso, Eben Brown, Gurnal Scott and Krystin Goodwin will report from the field covering key races. Two recap podcasts from FOX News and a mid-run preview of Bret Baier’s All-Star Panel podcast will also debut on November 8. Leading up to Election Day, FOX News Audio will also feature two one-hour Democracy 2022 election specials hosted by Halpern, Rosenthal and Kraushaar that will be offered through FOX News Podcast and the FOX News Radio affiliate network.

FOXNews.com will feature up-to-the-minute Governor, Senate and House race results, as well as live coverage from race blogs across the country. FOXNews.com will also carry the channel’s special coverage live, including race results, election trends and in-depth political analysis.

FOX News Media operates FOX News Channel (FNC), FOX Business Network (FBN), FOX News Digital, FOX News Audio, FOX News Books, direct-to-consumer streaming services FOX Nation and FOX News International and free advertising-service television supported FOX Weather. Currently the number one network in all of cable, FNC has also been the most-watched TV news channel for more than 20 consecutive years, while FBN is cable’s number one commercial channel. Owned by Fox Corporation, FOX News Media reaches nearly 200 million people every month.

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Jessica Ketner: 212.301.3976 or Jessica.Ketner@FOX.com
Sofie Watson: 212.301.3818 or Sofie.Watson@FOX.com

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Akshay Kumar’s reaction to leaving Ram Setu Diwali https://bsdnews.org/akshay-kumars-reaction-to-leaving-ram-setu-diwali/ Tue, 25 Oct 2022 05:44:54 +0000 https://bsdnews.org/akshay-kumars-reaction-to-leaving-ram-setu-diwali/ Akshay Kumar’s reaction to Ram Setu’s Diwali release: Said – it’s like an exam for me Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar’s film “Ram Setu” will be released on Diwali, ie October 25. Meanwhile, Akshay Kumar talked about the movie during the promotion and said that the release of the movie was like an exam for him. […]]]>

Akshay Kumar’s reaction to Ram Setu’s Diwali release: Said – it’s like an exam for me

Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar’s film “Ram Setu” will be released on Diwali, ie October 25. Meanwhile, Akshay Kumar talked about the movie during the promotion and said that the release of the movie was like an exam for him. Akshay added that since you are studying for the exam and waiting for the result, I am waiting for the movie to be released.
On the clash of “Ram Setu” and “Thank God,” Akshay Kumar said, “It’s not a clash. So, it shouldn’t be called a clash. , but released on the same day. This has happened in the past and will continue to happen in the future. People will choose the movie they find most appealing. Some people will even watch both movies. Our goal is to o bring films is to entertain the public during the festival.
‘Ram Setu’ here shows Indian history and culture. Our whole team did a lot of extensive research to show the story behind this movie. This is the reason why not only religion but all values ​​related to Shri Ram were also followed properly in the movie.
The makers of “Ram Setu” and “Thank God” decided to release their movies on Diwali as Diwali is the biggest day of the year. In this people also get long vacations. Films released on this occasion generally do good business. Both films will be released in theaters on October 25.
Akshay Kumar’s star ‘Ram Setu’ features Jacqueline Fernandez and Nushrat Bharucha in lead roles, while ‘Thank God’ features Sidharth Malhotra and Rakul Preet Singh in lead roles apart from Ajay Devgn .

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