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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Bill Shine
Former Mass. Sen. Scott Brown and Fox News renewed a contract deal that puts the ex-politico back on air as an official contributor, a cable network executive said Wednesday.
Fox News announced Thursday that Democratic strategist James Carville has been hired as a contributor to the cable news network.
Fox News Channel is parting ways with former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, ending her three-year tenure as a contributor on the network.
Sarah Palin's 3.4 million Facebook followers will no longer be able to see the former Alaskan governor and 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee on Fox News. The network has confirmed that her contract was not renewed on Friday.
Four years ago, she was the star of the Republican National Convention. Now Sarah Palin is upset about getting the hook from the television network where she is working.
The Fox News Channel producer credited with a four-minute video criticizing President Barack Obama is keeping his job _ although he lost a chance to move to CNN.
Fox News Channel's morning show on Wednesday twice aired a nearly 4-minute video that contrasted President Obama's words with negative statistics about his administration in a format that looked similar to a campaign advertisement.
Fox News Channel's morning show on Wednesday twice aired a nearly 4-minute video that contrasted President Barack Obama's words with negative statistics about his administration in a format that looked similar to a campaign advertisement.
Political consultant Dick Morris recently disclosed on Fox News Channel that some of the Republican presidential candidates that he talks about on the air have paid for advertisements in a newsletter he sends out to subscribers.
"The previous year long agreement expired on February 11th and was never terminated — this was purely administrative," said Bill Shine, the executive vice president of programming for Fox, in an emailed statement.