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Fox News was the most-watched network among basic cable in both total day and primetime viewers last week, while CNN beat MSNBC among the key news demo. Fox News averaged 2.2 million primetime viewers from May 29 through June 4, while Hgtv finished second with 1.5 million viewers. MSNBC averaged 1.4 million to finish third, while USA and TBS round out the top five. When it comes to total day viewership, Fox News averaged 1.4 million to hold off Nickelodeon’s 1.2 million. Hgtv, MSNBC and CNN round out the top five, but none surpassed the 1-million viewer plateau. Also Read: Steve Hilton's »
- Brian Flood
Steve Hilton is eager to explain the widening gulf between the world’s haves and have-nots.
When the former senior advisor to British Prime Minister David Cameron opens his Fox News Channel program this evening, he will so so as the globe is being roiled by headlines that some viewers could never have envisioned decades ago: A terrorist attack took place on London Bridge. The U.S. President has said he plans to remove the nation he governs from a global pact meant to improve the environment, out of concern it could hurt U.S. jobs. Recent jobs numbers, however, suggest the U.S. is close to full employment.
For Hilton, many of the biggest breaking-news stories can be explained by an ongoing dynamic, a working class that finds itself farther and farther behind the wealthy. Their story needs to be told, he said in a recent interview. “We are not planning to be particularly ideological. We »
- Brian Steinberg
“I think it’s really a great way of demonstrating a commitment to the West Coast,” Hilton tells TheWrap Steve Hilton’s “The Next Revolution” premieres Sunday night on Fox News Channel from the network’s brand new studio in Los Angeles. “I think it’s really a great way of demonstrating a commitment to the West Coast. One of the ideas of doing the show from here was to bring a bit of a West Coast feel to the channel,” Hilton told TheWrap. “They’ve done an incredible job to build a beautiful, modern, cool set.” That new set, »
- Matt Donnelly
Steve Hilton’s “The Next Revolution” premieres Sunday night on Fox News Channel from the network’s brand new studio in Los Angeles. “I think it’s really a great way of demonstrating a commitment to the West Coast. One of the ideas of doing the show from here was to bring a bit of a West Coast feel to the channel,” Hilton told TheWrap. “They’ve done an incredible job to build a beautiful, modern, cool set.” That new set, located at Fox News’ L.A. office, is expected to house other programs in the near future but Hilton »
- Brian Flood
The president and the Fox News morning show have built a symbiotic relationship: the program defends Trump as it helps set his agenda
“I like that group of three people,” Donald Trump said this month. “They had a man who was saying: ‘Trump is the greatest president ever and there will never be one like him.’”
Trump was referring to Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt and Brian Kilmeade – the hosts of Fox & Friends – and a segment he had seen on the show. It’s one of the president’s favorite programs, and it may well be the most influential television program in the world.
"Put the narrative aside. Report real news." -Mom Deborah Antignano on media's coverage of alleged Russia-Trump campaign ties pic.twitter.com/kn1kJhqCyh
If you missed yesterday's congressional hearing with FBI Dir. James Comey, you didn't miss much. »
- Adam Gabbatt in New York
Steve Hilton, the one-time strategy director to former British Prime Minister David Cameron, will take the reins of a new Sunday-night entry on Fox News Channel that examines the rise of populism in the U.S. and abroad, the 21st Century Fox-owned cable-news outlet said Wednesday.
“The Next Revolution with Steve Hilton,” billed as a one-hour political talk show, will launch in May and air Sundays at 9 p.m., according to a statement from Suzanne Scott, the network’s executive vice president of programming. The program is expected to focus “on the populist movement and its impact throughout America and the world,” the network said, and will feature a rotating panel of political experts, an in-depth look at global news, and interviews with newsmakers and high-profile guests. The show will originate from Los Angeles.
- Brian Steinberg
Fox News Channel will debut a one-hour political talk show about the rise of the populist movement in the U.S. and abroad, hosted by former David Cameron adviser Steve Hilton. The Next Revolution launches in May, and airs weekly on Sundays at 9 pm Et. Brit press describes Hilton as one of former UK Prime Minister Cameron's closest advisers until their falling out over immigration and Brexit. Fox News announced last December it had signed Hilton as a contributor, saying he… »
Lampooned strategy chief’s hour-long show for Rupert Murdoch will unpick the rise of populism in the Us and UK
American viewers will see the man lampooned as a shoeless spin-doctor in The Thick of It in an hour-long show called The Next Revolution with Steve Hilton, according to a report in the Ft. The show, which will air on a Sunday night, promises to unpick the ascent of populism on both sides of the Atlantic.
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- Jane Martinson
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