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  2. Fox News controversies - Wikipedia

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    Polls and surveys. A poll conducted by Rasmussen Reports during September 2004 found that Fox News was seen as second to CBS as the most politically biased network in the public view. 37% of respondents thought CBS, in the wake of the Killian documents controversy, was trying to help elect Senator John Kerry, while 34% of respondents said they believed that Fox News' goal was to "help elect Bush".

  3. List of programs broadcast by Fox News Channel - Wikipedia

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    The Fox News presents a variety of programming with up to 20 hours of live programming per day. Most of the programs are broadcast from Fox News headquarters in New York City in their street-side studio on Sixth Avenue in the west extension of Rockefeller Center.

  4. Tom and Jerry - Wikipedia

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    One of the biggest trends for Saturday morning television in the 1980s and 1990s was the "babyfication" (child versions) of classic cartoon stars, and on March 2, 1990, Tom & Jerry Kids, co-produced by Turner Entertainment Co. and Hanna-Barbera Productions (which would be sold to Turner in 1991), debuted on Fox Kids, and also aired for a few ...

  5. KABB - Wikipedia

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    KABB (channel 29) is a television station in San Antonio, Texas, United States, affiliated with the Fox network. It is owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group alongside dual NBC/CW affiliate WOAI-TV (channel 4); Sinclair also provides certain services to Kerrville-licensed Dabl affiliate KMYS (channel 35) under joint sales and shared services agreements (JSA/SSA) with Deerfield Media.

  6. Fox Sports Carolinas - Wikipedia

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    Fox Sports Carolinas HD. Fox Sports Carolinas HD was a high definition simulcast feed of Fox Sports Carolinas, which airs most Charlotte Hornets and Carolina Hurricanes games (including tape-delayed late-night replays) and events telecast nationally throughout the Fox Sports Networks in the 720p format.

  7. Quickflix - Wikipedia

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    Nine paid $1 million for HBO's shares, just 10% of what HBO paid. By the following year a number of streaming competitors had launched in Australia: Netflix, Presto and Stan, the latter a joint venture between Quickflix major shareholder Nine and Fairfax Media. With their entry, Quickflix began to haemorrhage subscribers.

  8. Ed Henry - Wikipedia

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    Henry was the co-host of America's Newsroom on the Fox News Channel, along with Sandra Smith. On June 20, 2011, he left CNN, to become the Fox News White House Correspondent. On July 1, 2020, he was fired after an investigation by the network into allegations of sexual misconduct, which he contests.

  9. HLN (TV network) - Wikipedia

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    In 1992, Headline News pioneered the use of a digital video "jukebox" to recycle segments of one newscast seamlessly into another.The new technology reduced the number of staffers needed by enabling news segments to be re-used throughout an entire day (previously, anchors read the same stories repeatedly, hour after hour, with the second 15 minutes of each half-hour in the "wheel" being ...