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We Are The Pulse!
8 October 2002 | by See all my reviews

The Fox News Channel, the number one-rated cable news network, introduces the its newest news magazine to the Fox Network. Hosted by Shepard Smith, The Pulse brings its viewers great stories from the War on Terror to Ozzy Osbourne. Pieces from Geraldo Rivera, Linda Vester and Catherine Herridge and many more esteemed Fox News reporters is what makes this series great. Weekly commentary from Bill O'Reilly's pieces, Who's Annoying Me Now? and Factor This, are two of the many reasons why America keeps watching him. Laurie Dhue piece's, The Pulse of America, gives the chance to let Americans voice their opinions on certain current topics. Finally The Pulse 8, Shepard Smith brings the viewers the wackiest, coolest and most shocking scenes of the week. What this show brings is a whole new sense of the network news magazine, with strobe lights, fog machines and a catchy theme song. The show debuted on July 18, 2002 and ran through out the summer and is returning the winter of 2003. If Fox can put this astounding series on a decent night, Dateline NBC and 20/20 should watch out! Fox will have Stone shaking in his bones!

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