Fox News reporter Trace Gallagher will take over as anchor on FOX News @ Night, replacing Shannon Bream, who moved to Fox News Sunday.
Founded in 2017, “FOX News @ Night,” which features segments and coverage of major news stories, runs prime time in the Mountain and Pacific time zones, The Hill reported.
Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott announced Wednesday that Gallagher will be hosting from Fox’s Los Angeles studio on Oct. 3, Fox News reported.
“When it comes to breaking news coverage, Trace Gallagher is one of the best in the business and having an experienced journalist at the helm of this hour ensures our viewers unrivaled 24/7 coverage,” Scott said in reference to the move, Fox reported.
Gallagher said he is excited about this new role he will be taking on with the network.
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“It’s an honor to headline Fox News @ Night and I look forward to rounding up the top headlines for our audiences across the country each night,” Gallagher said.
This shuffling at Fox comes after Chris Wallace, who used to host Fox News Sunday, left to join streaming service CNN+, Media Right News reported.
Unfortunately for Wallace, CNN+ was shut down and shut down just weeks after it launched, NBC News reported.
Wallace’s departure left the anchor’s chair open for Fox News Sunday, so Bream was moved there in early September, Fox reported.
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“It’s been an honor to cover major news stories across Washington for the past 15 years at Fox News,” Bream said of becoming the anchor of Fox News Sunday, the Washington Examiner reported.
“I am very grateful for the opportunity to host a Sunday show and I look forward to this new role,” added Bream.
Although Gallagher will be hosting “FOX News @ Night,” he will also continue his work as Fox’s chief breaking news correspondent, Fox reported.
Gallagher has been with Fox for decades, since its launch in 1996, The Hill reported.
He worked primarily as one of the network’s top breaking news correspondents, but also filled in hosting spots during the day.
In recent times, Gallagher has continued to cover major breaking news such as the death of Queen Elizabeth II and the war between Russia and Ukraine, Fox reported.
The “FOX News@Night” show has a wide audience, with approximately 1.1 million viewers last quarter, Fox reported.
“The news show regularly beats its cable news competition across the board,” Fox reported.
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