The conservative commentator will soon deliver twice-daily takes on national issues that move her. She is making visits to the U.S. border, the better to tell real-life stories on video of the U.S. officials who patrol it. And she wants to hold long-form interviews with newsmakers and celebrities who wouldn’t normally consider a sit-down with a Fox News personality — including comedien Kathy Griffin and activist Colin Kaepernick. “This is an opportunity for me to really sound off,” she says.
The reason core viewers could be left out: to get Lahren’s latest, they’ll have to subscribe to a digital offering — Fox Nation.
CNN and the news divisions of NBC, ABC and CBS have all dipped their toe into live-streaming, the better to