Fox News Talk

Fox News Talk is a satellite radio channel that showcases talk shows and news reports from Fox News Channel personalities, along with other Fox News and talk programming. Fox News Talk carries a combination of Fox News syndicated radio programming, Fox News Channel show audio simulcasts, and Fox newscasts at the top of the hour.

Fox News Radio programs carried include shows hosted by Brian Kilmeade (9 a.m. to 12 p.m. E.T.), Todd Starnes (12 p.m. to 3 p.m. E.T.) and Tom Shillue (3 p.m. to 6 p.m. E.T.). Each show is repeated late nights and on weekends.

The radio show hosted by Sean Hannity, which predates the formation of the Fox News radio division, is not carried by Fox News Talk. Premiere Radio Networks produces and distributes the show, heard on satellite radio via Sirius XM Patriot Channel 125. The same was true of Glenn Beck's show during his time with Fox News Channel. Beck's show is currently heard on Sirius XM's "Triumph" Channel 132.

Fox News Talk
Fox News Talk
Broadcast areaUnited States
Canada
BrandingFox News Talk
SloganEverywhere
FrequencySiriusXM Channel 450
First air dateJanuary 2, 2006
FormatNews / Talk radio
ClassSatellite Radio Station
OwnerFox News Group
(Fox Corporation)
WebcastListen Live! (WMA)
Listen Live! (MP3 Stream)

History

After an advertisement appeared from XM Satellite Radio stating that Fox News Channel would soon be "only heard on XM Satellite Radio" and another stated to hear Fox News Talk "you can't be Sirius", FNC's programming vanished from Sirius Satellite Radio for unknown reasons, then returned to Sirius later. Despite pleas made to Sirius listeners by hosts Tony Snow (then) and Alan Colmes to ask Sirius to keep Fox News Channel programming, on January 1, 2006, FNC programming again disappeared from the Sirius lineup. On January 2, 2006, Fox News Talk premiered only on XM Satellite Radio.

An agreement was reached between Fox and Sirius within a couple of months, and Fox News Talk was added to the Sirius lineup, along with the return of the Fox News Channel audio simulcast, on March 14, 2006.

In April 2006, morning show host Tony Snow left the network to pursue a career as the White House Press Secretary. Replacing him was the duo of Brian Kilmeade, and Andrew Napolitano, with their new show titled Brian and the Judge. Napolitano left the show in 2010, leaving Kilmeade to host solo.

XM Radio Canada added the channel on June 1, 2007.

In September 2007, Tom Sullivan joined Fox News Radio. Sullivan and Fox Across America host Spencer Hughes were former co-workers as local talk show hosts on Sacramento talk radio station KFBK. Sullivan's program was dropped by Fox News Radio in June 2017 but it continues to air on KFBK-AM-FM.

Also carried was Westwood One's syndicated The Radio Factor with former FNC personality Bill O'Reilly. O'Reilly was moved out of the live time slot on January 15, 2009, anticipating his departure from the show on February 26 of that year. Fox News announced it would move John Gibson to the noon-to-3 p.m. time slot, after Bill O'Reilly left the time slot. Gibson also left Fox News Talk in June 2017.

On May 4, 2011, Fox News Talk moved to XM 126[1] from XM 168 and to Sirius 126 from Sirius 145. It now airs on both Sirius and XM at Channel 450.

Over-the-air broadcasting

"Fox News Talk" is also the name of the distribution service Fox provides to broadcast radio stations for the talk shows it produces. This service does not include Fox Across America, which airs only on satellite radio, and did not include The Radio Factor, which was syndicated to radio stations by Westwood One.

References

  1. ^ "XM Channel Lineup" (PDF). 2011-05-04. Retrieved 2011-05-02.

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Alan Colmes

Alan Samuel Colmes (September 24, 1950 – February 23, 2017) was an American radio and television host, liberal political commentator for the Fox News Channel, and blogger. He was the host of The Alan Colmes Show, a nationally syndicated talk-radio show distributed by Fox News Radio that was broadcast throughout the United States on Fox News Talk on Sirius and XM. From 1996 to 2009, Colmes served as the co-host of Hannity & Colmes, a nightly political debate show on Fox News Channel. Beginning in 2015, Colmes supplied the voice of The Liberal Panel on Fox News Channel's The Greg Gutfeld Show.

In addition to broadcasting, Colmes ran the Liberaland blog and contributed to AOL News. He was the author of Red, White & Liberal: How Left Is Right and Right Is Wrong (2003) and Thank the Liberals for Saving America (2012).

FoxSports.com

FoxSports.com is a sports news website operated by the Fox Sports division of Fox Sports Media Group. The website primarily features streaming video content surrounding sports-related topics, including segments and features from the division's studio programming.

Fox Corporation

The Fox Corporation (abbreviated Fox Corp. and informally "New Fox") is an American television broadcasting company headquartered in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. It was formed from the 2019 acquisition of 21st Century Fox (itself formed from the 2013 split of News Corporation) by the Walt Disney Company. Fox Corp. was spun off from 21st Century Fox and its stock began trading on March 19, 2019. It is owned by the Murdoch family via a family trust with 39% interest; Rupert Murdoch is co-executive chairman, while his son Lachlan Murdoch is chairman and CEO.

Fox Corp. deals primarily in the television broadcast, news, and sports broadcasting industries by way of the remaining 21st Century Fox assets that were not acquired by Disney. They include the Fox Broadcasting Company, Fox Television Stations, Fox News, the Fox Business Network, the national operations of Fox Sports, and others. Its sister company under Murdoch's control, the present-day News Corp, holds his print interests and other media assets in Australia.

Fox Deportes

Fox Deportes (formerly Fox Sports en Español) is an American pay television network dedicated to broadcasting sports-related programming in Spanish, aimed at the Hispanic population in the United States. Launched in 1996, Fox Deportes, a division of Fox Sports, is the first and longest-running Spanish-language sports network in the country.

Fox Deportes features a diversified programming, including NFL pre and post-season games, MLB regular-season, All-Star Game, Divisional Series, National League Championship Series and World Series, UFC, the USGA's U.S. Open, NASCAR, Premier Boxing Champions, college football and soccer competitions including MLS, Bundesliga, and UEFA Champions League.

The channel first launched as Fox Sports Americas in 1996, before transitioning to Fox Sports World en Español in 1997. In 2002, the network was relaunched as Fox Sports en Español before becoming Fox Deportes in 2010.As of February 2015, approximately 21,831,000 American households (18.8% of households with television) received Fox Deportes.

Fox News (disambiguation)

Fox News is a 24-hour cable and satellite news channel owned by Fox Corporation.

Fox News may also refer to:

Fox News Radio, a syndicated radio service, a division of Fox News Channel

Fox News Sunday, a weekly morning talk show broadcast by Fox Broadcasting Company stations and affiliates, and replayed during prime time on Fox News Channel

Fox News Talk, a satellite radio service of Fox News Channel

Fox Movietone News, a newsreel which began in 1928 in the United Kingdom and the United States

Fox News (1919–1930), silent-era theatrical newsreel created by William Fox

Fox News, a term used by some Fox stations and affiliates to brand their own local news operations

Fox News Radio

Fox News Radio is an American radio network owned by Fox News.

Fox Radio

Fox Radio may refer to:

Fox News Radio, an American radio network programmed by Fox News Channel

Fox Sports Radio, an international radio network, a service of Premiere Radio Networks

CKFX-FM, also known as 102 FM The Fox, a Canadian radio station

The Fox (brand), a brand name for a variety of radio stations in the United States

Fox News Talk, a satellite radio channel

A collection of radio stations owned by Craig Fox (radio host)

KAAA

KAAA (1230 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a News Talk Information format, licensed to Kingman, Arizona, United States. The station is currently owned by Cameron Broadcasting, Inc. and features programming from Fox News, Talk Radio Network, Premiere Radio Networks, Dial Global and Salem Radio Network among others.Significant individuals who have worked at the station include Louise Stine, a home economics commentator. An audio snippet of KAAA's station ID appears in the 1971 film Two-Lane Blacktop.The station is one of the oldest radio facilities in Arizona, having signed on in 1949. Some of the original equipment from the old studios has been donated by Cameron Broadcasting to the Kingman Historical Society.

KENN (AM)

KENN (1390 AM, 92.1 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a News Talk Information format. Licensed to Farmington, New Mexico, United States, the station serves the Four Corners area. The station is currently owned by Winton Road Broadcasting Co., LLC and features programming from FOX News Talk Radio and Premiere Radio Networks. KENN is also simulcast on KVFC, providing a larger coverage area.

The Glenn Beck Program airs Monday through Friday along with The Rush Limbaugh show, Sean Hannity, Mark Levin, Kilmeade & Friends, Dave Ramsey, and George Noory's Coast to Coast Am every night at Midnight. Weekends feature shows with Dr. Bob Martin, Fox News, Tom Gresham's Gun Talk, Tommy Bolack Remembers, Fox News Talk Features, Focus On The Four Corners with Debra Mayeaux, the Big E Sports Show with Elissa Walker-Campbell, Car talk with Cliff Horace and Glenn N Gent, Law Talk featuring local attorney Eric Morrow, Money Belt Radio with Shaun Connolly, Free Talk Live, and Freedom Feens.

KMZE

KMZE 92.3 FM is a radio station licensed to Woodward, Oklahoma. The station broadcasts a News-Talk format and is owned by FM 92 Broadcasters, Inc.

KTKZ

KTKZ (1380 AM, "The Answer") is a conservative talk radio station based in Sacramento, California, United States. It is one of four Sacramento-area radio stations owned by the Salem Media Group. It operates at 5,000 watts with separate daytime and nighttime transmitter sites.

Most of the programs heard weekdays on KTKZ are nationally syndicated hosts from the Salem Radio Network: Dennis Prager, Michael Medved, Mike Gallagher, Hugh Hewitt and Bill Bennett. KTKZ also carries Lars Larson from Compass Media Networks and John Gibson from the Fox News Talk service. KTKZ features local host Phil Cowan weekdays from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. Weekends feature programs on law, aging, finance and Brokered programming.

On May 15, 2013, KTKZ was re-branded as "AM 1380 The Answer".

KVNT

KVNT (1020 AM) is an American commercial radio station in Eagle River, Alaska, broadcasting to the Anchorage, Alaska, area. KVNT was a simulcast of KLEF 98.1 FM (as KAXX) until February 12, 2007. Its studios are located on Business Park Boulevard in Anchorage, and its transmitter is located in Knik, Alaska.

1020 AM is a North American clear-channel frequency; KVNT shares Class A status with KDKA in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

The FCC had granted the estate of the licensee permission to remain silent (called an STA) for 6 months in order to work out the details of transferring the license to another party. [1]. If the station stayed silent for a period of 12 months, the license was to expire as a matter of law.[2]

KAXX returned to the air January 19, 2008. The station then began airing a business news format. KAXX changed their call letters to KABA on March 28, 2008. The station is now owned by Alaska Integrated Media of Anchorage, Alaska.

KABA signed off once again September 15, 2008, this time due to transmitter failure. The station changed its call letters to KOAN on June 9, 2009; the KOAN call letters were previously used on channel 6 in Anchorage (a low-power station operating as an 87.7 FM station), which took the KABA call letters and business format.

KOAN returned to the airwaves in December 2010 under the moniker FOX News Talk 1020 using local talent from the now-silent progressive talk sister station KUDO and Fox News Radio personalities in other dayparts.On November 20, 2013, KOAN changed their call letters to KVNT and rebranded as Valley News Talk 1020.

KZZZ

KZZZ (1490 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a News Talk Information format. Licensed to Bullhead City, Arizona, United States. The station is currently owned by Cameron Broadcasting and features programming from Fox News, Talk Radio Network and Premiere Radio Networks. The station airs Gary Sheler, The Howler, Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, Laura Ingraham, Mike Gallagher, Coast to Coast AM, Alan Colmes, Dr. Don Wagner, and Kim Komando weekends on information technology.

Media in Kansas City, Missouri

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The Alan Colmes Show

The Alan Colmes Show was a nationally syndicated American radio show hosted by commentator Alan Colmes on Fox News Radio. The show aired on weeknights from 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. (Eastern Time) from Fox's Manhattan studios. The program was carried by a number of terrestrial radio stations across the country via Fox News syndication unit Fox News Radio, as well as by XM Satellite Radio and Sirius Satellite Radio, both on channel 126 Fox News Talk. The show featured commentary by Colmes, numerous callers, and interviews of guests. It began broadcasting in February 2003.The show's last original broadcast was on February 23, 2017, the same day that Colmes died at the age of 66 from lymphoma. For the February 24, 2017 broadcast (final broadcast of Colmes's show), Fox News Radio aired a retrospective-themed edition, replaying select episodes of his show from over the years.

Then, on February 27, 2017, to replace Colmes's show, Fox News Radio began utilizing a rotating cast of hosts for a yet-to-be-named show.

Tom Shillue

Thomas A. Shillue (; born June 13, 1966) is an American stand-up comedian, actor, author, and talk-show host from Norwood, Massachusetts. He was a correspondent on The Daily Show on Comedy Central and hosted Red Eye on Fox News. He released his first book, Mean Dads for a Better America, in 2017. In June 2017, Shillue began hosting a weekday afternoon three-hour syndicated talk radio show on Fox News Radio, also heard on Sirius XM's Fox News Talk Channel 450.

WATR

WATR (1320 AM) is a radio station licensed to serve Waterbury, Connecticut and the Naugatuck Valley. The station is owned by WATR, Inc. It airs a full-service News/Talk/Sports plus Classic Hits music format. It is the oldest privately owned station in the state of Connecticut, never having been sold outside the family of its founder, Harold Thomas (1902–1968).

The station is host to the long-running "Tom Chute & You," the weekday morning drive program from 6:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. hosted by general manager and program director Thomas J. Chute with News Director Christopher M. Fortier anchoring news reports through the 12:00 p.m. hour. It is the fourth-longest continuously running morning drive radio program in Connecticut, having debuted on Jan. 2, 1986.

Barbara Hart Davitt, who marked 55 years at the station on Nov. 22, 2018, hosts "Coffee Break" from 9:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Monday-Thursday. Debuting in the mid-1960s, it is one of the longest-running radio shows in the U.S. Davitt was the first Waterbury-area radio personality inducted into the Connecticut Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame in 2018.

Steve Noxon hosts "Talk of the Town," WATR's flagship talk show since the early 1970s focusing on local and national issues, from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Previous hosts include Larry Rifkin, Ed Flynn, James Senich and Jay Clark. Fortier serves as the program's executive producer.

The daily programming lineup also includes syndicated Fox News talk shows from 1 p.m. - 8 p.m. and Fox Sports Radio from 8 p.m. - 6 a.m.

Weekend programming includes the traditional and contemporary sounds of Polish music on Sunday morning's "The Zembruski Family Polka Hour." The show's predecessor, "The Polish Eagle Show," originated in 1934 on WATR by bandleader Victor Zembruski (1912–1976). His widow, Sophie Zembruski (1918–2010), hosted the show from 1976 to 2008, at which time the couple's daughter, Loretta Hoxie, took over hosting duties. The current show, hosted by Nathaniel Zembruski, succeeded Hoxie shortly after she retired in 2013. Other weekend programming highlights include the Sunday morning's "Carosello Italiano," a program hosted by Joe Costa featuring music and news from the Italian community and the Sunday night "Music Museum" hosted by Jay Crawford.

The station also maintains a decades-long tradition of broadcasting play-by-play of local high school sports. In 2018, WATR joined the University of Connecticut sports radio network. The first football game was broadcast Aug. 28, 2018.

WATR once had sister FM and television stations: WATR-FM, established in 1961, now Country 92-5 WWYZ, and WATR-TV, established in 1953, later WTXX TV 20 and now WCCT-TV.

The station has been assigned the WATR call letters by the Federal Communications Commission since it was initially licensed in 1934.

WJDY

WJDY (1470 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a news format. It is licensed to Salisbury, Maryland, United States, and owned by iHeartMedia, Inc.. WJDY is identified on-air as Newsradio 1470 and airs Fox News Talk Radio 24/7, with Fox news updates at the top and bottom of each hour. The station is also the Salisbury affiliate for Baltimore Orioles Radio Broadcast.

The station used to broadcast Bloomberg Business Radio, a sports format under the Fox Sports Radio service, a news/talk format using the CNN Headline News service and before that, it was adult standards.

WRZN

WRZN (720 kHz) is an AM radio station broadcasting a Christian radio teaching format for the Gainesville-Ocala, Florida media market. Licensed to Hernando, Florida, USA, the station broadcasts from a three tower directional antenna array located off State Highway 200, just north of Hernando. It is owned by MARC Radio Gainesville, LLC. Its studios are in a single wide mobile home located next to the transmitter towers on North Roscoe Road. Programming is also simulcast on 1430 WTMN in Gainesville. The stations call themselves "The Shepherd".

WRZN broadcasts at 10,000 watts by day with a non-directional antenna. During daytime operation, the station can be heard in Ocala, Gainesville, and Tampa. But at night, the station reduces power to 250 watts, using a directional antenna because 720 AM is a clear channel frequency reserved for Class A WGN in Chicago.

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