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Brian Sullivan to Anchor 7 PM Hour on CNBC, as Business Channel Shakes Up Schedule

CNBC is making substantial changes to its weekday lineup, including a new show at 7 p.m. to replace Shepard Smith’s program, which it canceled two months ago. The new 7 p.m. show will be called Last Call and will be anchored by Brian Sullivan, currently the anchor of Worldwide Exchange. According to a memo from […]

Shepard Smith’s CNBC Show Canceled

CNBC will wind down Shepard Smith’s nightly newscast as it refocuses its evening programming on business and financial news. The News With Shepard Smith will air its last episode later in November. Its replacement will launch in early 2023, though a title and anchors for the show have yet to be announced. Smith joined CNBC […]

Shepard Smith Opens Up About Leaving Fox News After 23 Years: “I Stuck With It for as Long as I Could”

The CNBC anchor also spoke abstractly about journalists reporting misinformation in a new interview about his career change: "I don't know how some people sleep at night."

Former Fox News Anchor Shepard Smith to Host Evening Newscast on CNBC

CNBC has hired former Fox News anchor Shepard Smith to anchor an evening newscast for the cable news channel. The one-hour newscast, 'The News With Shepard Smith,' will air Monday through Friday at 7 p.m.

Sean Hannity Calls Shepard Smith “Clueless” for Comments About Fox News Opinion Shows

Hannity reacted strongly to comments Smith made about Fox News opinion shows in a Time magazine feature.

Fox News’ Shepard Smith: The Russian Collusion Story Is Not “Fake News”

Smith also recently debunked a popular story in conservative media about a Canadian Uranium company.

Shepard Smith Gets More Vocal About Being Gay Amid Fox News Tumult

"I cover the news. I deal with holy hell around me. I go home to the man I’m in love with.”

The Introspective Roger Ailes: Fox News’ Chief on Hillary Clinton, Ted Cruz, Brian Williams’ Future (“I’d Put Him Back”) and His Own

Ailes, 74, arguably the most powerful person of the next election, opens up about Rupert Murdoch, his dislikes (Elisabeth Murdoch's "creepy" ex-husband Matthew Freud), that MLK photo in his office and lesbian friends ("People don't know me"), and the new field of candidates as he grows his $15 billion empire.

Election 2016: CNN Hires Nearly 40 New Political Reporters in Effort to Boost Ratings

Chief Jeff Zucker is hoping to close the ratings gap with perennial victor Fox News and distance CNN from third-place MSNBC.

Hollywood Docket: Litigator John Gatti Joins Manatt; Del Shaw Adds Counsel

A roundup of entertainment law news including a Comcast-TWC investor lawsuit, Fox News' courtroom victory over a live suicide, and the latest in the UK phone-hacking prosecution.

Why Fox News Shuffled Its Anchors

Megyn Kelly's move to Sean Hannity's slot is the network’s first primetime shift in a decade, revealing a quest for younger viewers and a new willingness to mix up news and commentary.

Shepard Smith Talks New Gig as Fox News’ ‘Quarterback’

Promising no holograms, the chief news anchor previews a more social approach to his broadcast and maintains a division from his network's commentary: "I've always been proud of our firewall."