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article Fox News, the network’s prime-time television program, is to be broadcast for the first time in a decade.
The news programme will be a return to Fox News Channel, which was the number one cable news channel for most of the past decade, as well as the flagship news and current affairs programme on Fox News.
The programme will take place on the network from April 4.
“It’s a new beginning for Fox Business, and the network will now have an equal number of male and female anchors and analysts and a greater focus on delivering high-quality, real-time coverage of what’s happening in the world,” said Fox News chairman Roger Ailes.
The new Fox Business will be in prime time from April 6, with Fox News Live airing on the same day.
“The new model will provide a clear and consistent place for Fox to reach audiences, a platform to showcase our top business leaders, and a platform for us to bring more real-world news to our viewers,” Ailes added.
“We are excited to bring this exciting new model of Fox News back to our loyal audiences and are thrilled to bring the most powerful and innovative business network on television to Fox Business.”
Ailes said Fox Business was the most-watched channel on cable TV and it was the fastest-growing channel in prime-day and weekday prime time.
“Over the last decade, Fox Business has transformed itself from a channel of conservative, conservative talk to one of the most comprehensive and influential news and opinion programs in America,” he said.
“Its success has been driven by our team of leaders who are dedicated to delivering real-life, hard-hitting news and entertaining programming.”
The channel also has a long history of producing a wide variety of real-estate and property-related content.
“Our news shows, in particular, have long featured real estate and local business owners and brokers who are providing real-tourism news to consumers in communities around the country,” Ales said.
The channel has a strong brand of real estate, with anchors like Scott Pelley and Catherine Herridge and business and finance hosts like Bill O’Reilly, Neil Cavuto, Brian Kilmeade and Chris Wallace.
Fox Business has been the channel’s flagship news program since 1994.