The FOX Report is an American evening television news program on Fox News Channel, which debuted on September 13, 1999 as a seven-night-a-week broadcast withShepard Smith as main anchor of the program until it was relegated to weekends only after the October 4, 2013 broadcast. Since 2014, the program has been anchoredby Julie Banderas on Saturdays and Harris Faulkner on Sundays. The Fox Report is executive produced by FNC executive producer of news, Jay Wallace. The Fox Report is broadcast live on Saturday and Sunday evenings at 7:00 p.m. Eastern Time, and replayed at 3:00 a.m. Eastern on both nights. On occasion, the Fox Report will air in place of a program that Fox News Channel normally re-airs within its late-night schedule (such as Hannity or On the Record) when said program was pre-empted in its regular evening slot due to breaking news coverage.
Runtime: 60 minutes
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Ainsley Earhardt (born September 20, 1976) is a television personality and American broadcast journalist for Fox News. She is the co-host of Fox & Friends and also reports for Hannity with her own segment called “Ainsley Across America”. Since joining the network, she has also co-hosted Fox and Friends Weekend, Fox's All-American New Year's Eve, America's News Headquarters, been a panelist on The Live Desk and appeared on Greg Gutfeld's Red Eye.
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Earhardt grew up in North and South Carolina. Born in Spartanburg, South Carolina, as a young child her family moved to the Foxcroft area of Charlotte, North Carolina. She attended Sharon Elementary School. Coïncidentally, other Fox News on-air correspondents Heather Childers and Anna Kooiman attended the same elementary school, although at different times, and none were classmates., Earhardt's family moved to the Columbia, South Carolina, area when she was still in elementary school. Earhardt graduated from Spring Valley High School in 1995. After high school, she attended Florida State University (FSU) on a leadership and academic scholarship, majoring in biology. Earhardt served the student body as a senator in student government. She then transferred to the University of South Carolina (USC) after deciding to pursue a degree in journalism. Earhardt has a bachelor of arts degree (B.A.) in Journalism from the University of South Carolina (1999). While in college, she was a member of the Alpha Delta Pi (Iota (FSU) & Beta Epsilon (USC) chapters) sorority, was inducted into four honor societies, won the Caroliniana Creed Award based on character, leadership, and personality and was elected to the University's Homecoming Court.
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