Ted Cruz
Michael Tait
Tony Snow
Andrew Napolitano
Fox Business Network
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Fox News Radio

Knowledge Identifier: &Fox_News_Radio


Fox News Radio

American radio network programmed by Fox News Channel add

Category: Journalism

Founded in 2002.

Countries: United States (56%), California (22%), (22%)

Main connections: MP3, Ted Cruz, Michael Tait

Linked to: Fox Entertainment Group, Fox Corporation




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This is because when Fox News started producing O'Reilly's radio show in 2002, it did not have the resources to syndicate, and thus outsourced the distribution to Westwood One. Fox and Westwood One have since renewed the agreement, in 2006 and again in 2007; O'Reilly decided to leave the show in February 2009 add something


Tony Snow - Snow's own "Tony Snow Show" on Fox News Radio premiered in late 2003


On June 1, 2005, "Fox News Radio" employed 60 people and provided five minute newscasts at the top of the hour and a one minute newscast at the bottom of the hour add something


Andrew Napolitano - From 2006 to 2010, Napolitano co-hosted a talk radio show on Fox News Radio with Brian Kilmeade titled "Brian and the Judge"


On November 12, 2007, Fox News Radio debuted a 3-6 PM show hosted by Tom Sullivan, a long-time California radio talk show host who has been an anchor on the company's Fox Business Network add something


As of 2011, typically only one MP3 file, the most recent one, is available at any time add something


As of October 17, 2013, thanks to a new agreement, Sirius XM Satellite Radio resumed broadcasts of Fox News Talk Radio, as well as putting in on Internet radio add something


In late 2015, Fox News Radio began offering "Fox News Headlines 24/7" exclusively to SiriusXM subscribers on Channel 115 add something


Michael Tait - Tait told Fox News Radio host Todd Starnes in February 2016 that he supports Ted Cruz for president in the 2016 election


The five minute audio version of the on-the-hour newscast consisted of two minutes of news, one minute of ads or Fox promotions, and two more minutes of news, but in February 2017 the audio version eliminated the commercial/PSA break at the two-minute mark, so that the newscast runs only four minutes add something


The commercial minute was restored in May 2017, returning it to a five-minute newscast add something


Her FNC program The Ingraham Angle debuted on October 30, 2017 add something