FOX News Channel Announces Democratic National Convention Coverage Schedule

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August 24th, 2012

FOX News Channel's coverage of the Democratic National Convention begins with FOX News Sunday live from Charlotte on September 2. America's Election Headquarters, anchored by Bret Baier and Megyn Kelly, will premiere Tuesday, September 4 at 10PM ET and will continue to air throughout the week during primetime. The program will cover convention news with a team of commentators including Brit Hume, Juan Williams, Bill Kristol, Charles Krauthammer, Kirsten Powers, Mara Liasson and Stephen Hayes. Karl Rove and Joe Trippi will also serve as analysts.

The complete schedule is below:

Friday, August 31st

  • 6-7 PM/ET – Special Report with Bret Baier
  • 7-8 PM/ET – FOX Report with Shepard Smith

 

Sunday, September 2nd:

  • Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace (check local listings for air times of this FOX Broadcast program)
  • 11AM – 1PM/ET – America’s Newsroom

 

Monday, September 3rd:

  • 6-9 AM/ET – FOX & Friends
  • 9-11 AM/ET – America’s Newsroom
  • 1-3 PM/ET – America Live with Megyn Kelly
  • 3-4 PM/ET – Studio B with Shepard Smith
  • 4-5 PM/ET – Your World with Neil Cavuto
  • 6-7 PM/ET – Special Report with Bret Baier
  • 7-8 PM/ET – FOX Report with Shepard Smith
  • 10-11 PM/ET – On the Record with Greta Van Susteren

 

Tuesday, September 4th and Wednesday, September 5th

  • 6-9 AM/ET – FOX & Friends
  • 9-11 AM/ET – America’s Newsroom
  • 1-3 PM/ET – America Live with Megyn Kelly
  • 3-4 PM/ET – Studio B with Shepard Smith
  • 4-5 PM/ET – Your World with Neil Cavuto
  • 6-7 PM/ET – Special Report with Bret Baier
  • 7-8 PM/ET – FOX Report with Shepard Smith
  • 9-10 PM/ET – Hannity
  • 10-11:30 PM/ET – America’s Election Headquarters with Bret Baier and Megyn Kelly
  • 11:30PM -1AM/ET – On the Record with Greta Van Susteren

 

Thursday, September 6th

  • 6-9 AM/ET – FOX & Friends
  • 9-11 AM/ET – America’s Newsroom
  • 1-3 PM/ET – America Live with Megyn Kelly
  • 3-4 PM/ET – Studio B with Shepard Smith
  • 4-5 PM/ET – Your World with Neil Cavuto
  • 6-7 PM/ET – Special Report with Bret Baier
  • 7-8 PM/ET – FOX Report with Shepard Smith
  • 8-9 PM/ET – The O’Reilly Factor
  • 9-11:30 PM/ET – America’s Election Headquarters with Bret Baier and Megyn Kelly
  • 11:30PM -1AM/ET – On the Record with Greta Van Susteren

 

Friday, September 7th

  • 6-9 AM/ET – FOX & Friends

 

 
  • Steve

    Why is Fox even bothering to cover the Democratic convention? Is there anyone left in America who actually believes they are “Fair and Balanced”? Fox would be better off spending their time finding more members of Seal Team 6 then can unmask, endangering their lives forever.

  • Ralph Hahn

    @Steve: Why are CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN & MSNBC bothering to cover the Republican convention? Everyone knows there’s no longer any fairness at those left-leaning nets, who use Obama talking points for a script.

  • Pundit

    CSpan anyone?

  • Ralph Hahn

    If anyone wants the convention without talking heads, C-Span is the one, Pundit.

  • Ralph Hahn
  • Steven

    I notice some differences how FOX News is covering both conventions.

    Republican National Convention:
    – Bill O’Reilly airing “The O’Reilly Factor” LIVE at the convention (on Wednesday & Thursday).
    – FOX News commentators Karl Rove (conservative), Brit Hume (conservative), Juan Williams (liberal) and Bill Kristol (conservative).
    – FOX News reporters John Roberts, Shannon Bream, Steve Brown and James Rosen airing all day special convention coverage.

    Democratic National Convention:
    – FOX News commentators Brit Hume (conservative), Juam Williams (liberal), Bill Kristol (conservative), Charles Krauthammer (conservative), Kirsten Powers (liberal), Mara Liasson (liberal) and Stephen Hayes (conservative).
    – Karl Rove (conservative) and Joe Trippi (liberal) will also serve as analysts.

    See the differences how FOX News is covering both conventions?

  • lbsles

    For those of you who missed the big error on this site posting the RNC Convention, FOX News schedule, the actual dates are: in Tampa August 27-30, and not over Labor Day.

    Not: FOX News Channel’s coverage of the Democratic National Convention begins with FOX News Sunday live from Charlotte on September 2. America’s ElectionHeadquarters, anchored by Bret Baier and Megyn Kelly, will premiere Tuesday, September 4 at 10PM ET and will continue to air throughout the week during primetime. The program will cover convention news with a team of commentators including Brit Hume, Juam Williams, Bill Kristol, Charles Krauthammer, Kirsten Powers, Mara Liasson and Stephen Hayes. Karl Rove and Joe Trippi will also serve as analysts.

    The complete schedule is below:

    Starting Friday, August 31st

    ?6-7 PM/ET – Special Report with Bret Baier
    etc….

    They just missed it by a week…..

    Just saying….

  • Steve

    Ralph, and what are the combined ratings of those news programs versus those on FoxNews? What the FoxNewsies won’t admit to themselves is that they now ARE the “lame-stream” media. The neocon views have taken over television news, just like they did on radio years ago. But to admit that would take themselves out of the “persecuted minority” mindset, which is Murdoch’s key to keeping them angry and watching Fox.

  • Hillbilly

    The neocon views have taken over television news, just like they did on radio years ago. But to admit that would take themselves out of the “persecuted minority” mindset, which is Murdoch’s key to keeping them angry and watching Fox.

    ——————

    “Neocon’s” have one TV news station. How is that “taking over television news?” So folks who watch FNC are the “persecuted minority” & angry? :roll:

  • Steve

    Yes to your second question. The answer to the first is to look at the combined ratings of all other news networks, and compare them to Fox.

  • Rick

    I know it must be really hard to put on good game-face if you’re a Democrat that’s supporting a President that has failed in fulfilling all the dreams he promised.

    Although I am a Republican, if President Obama had succeeded in his first term fulfilling his promises, even I would vote for him.

    He failed. No more time. The “dream” is over. The “excitement” is gone. It’s time for real leadership in the White House.

    Our nation is at risk.

  • Irmgard

    Why is Fox even broadcasting the Dem Nat. Convention . You lost us for the time being. We don’t have ti watch this lying bunch. We are surprised Fox give them so much time. Is Fox afraid to not look Fair and Balanced if you do not broadcast this Circus.?

  • 1966

    @steve
    how old are you 13?

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