I have to admit, I’ve seen the new video ad on Fox News, and it is awesome, but I still will be staying away from the channel.
I only like a couple of personalities over there including my big brother Sean Hannity and Trish Reagan are a couple to name but there are a lot of NeverTrumpers on that network, and it’s not my cup of tea.
Source: The Hill
The new slogan will be the network’s first since it retired “Fair and Balanced,” which accompanied the launch of Fox News in 1996.
Former Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes, who passed away last year, is credited for coming up with that slogan. Viewers of the cable news network have seen major changes since Ailes was ousted in July 2016 amid sexual harassment allegations.
The changes at Fox News over the past 13 months include losing prime-time hosts Megyn Kelly, Bill O’Reilly and Greta Van Susteren, with Kelly jumping to NBC, O’Reilly being fired in April 2017 amid sexual harassment allegations and Van Susteren leaving the network in September 2016 following a contract dispute.
Despite the changes, the network continues to dominate the cable news landscape from a ratings perspective and was the most-watched basic cable channel in 2017, topping ESPN, MSNBC, HGTV and USA Network. Fox News averaged 2.46 million total viewers in prime time, led by “Hannity” and “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”
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