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America's News Headquarters

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

FOX News Live
Americasnewshq.png
GenreHard news program
StarringVarious Fox News anchors
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
Production
Production locationsNew York City and Washington
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time5 hours (Saturday)
3 hours (Sunday)
Release
Original networkFox News Channel
Picture format480i NTSC, 720p HDTV
Original releaseNovember 5, 2008 – January 19, 2009 (weekdays)
November 14, 2016 – September 29, 2017 (revival)
November 8, 2008 – February 28, 2021 (weekends)
Chronology
Preceded byThe Big Story
America's Election Headquarters
Just In with Laura Ingraham
External links
Website

America's News Headquarters (seen on air as America's News HQ) was a weekend afternoon news program broadcast on Fox News Channel; it also refers to the headline recaps showing at the top and bottom of the non-hard news hours. The show has also been broadcast from 1-4am (weeknights) or 1-6am (weekends) ET during nights of heavy breaking news/event coverage. During election years the program is temporarily replaced by America's Election Headquarters. The term "America's HQ" (and later "News HQ" / "Election HQ") is seen on the bottom of the channel's rotating logo (on the left hand side) after the Election season.

America's News HQ follows the same format as its predecessor, Fox News Live.

The weekday edition of America's News HQ was replaced on the schedule with The Daily Briefing with Dana Perino on October 2, 2017.

History

The former short-lived weekday 5:00 p.m. ET broadcast was hosted at various intervals by Jane Skinner, Heather Nauert, Jon Scott, Martha MacCallum, Bill Hemmer, and Megyn Kelly. On January 19, 2009, Glenn Beck took over this time slot when he began hosting a self-titled show, The Glenn Beck Program. America's News HQ continued airing on the weekends.

On May 2, 2009, the program broadcasting from the network's New York City studios launched in high-definition (HD). On October 3, 2009, the program broadcasting from the Fox News' Washington, D.C. studios also launched in HD.

The weekday edition was relaunched following the 2016 U.S. presidential election, taking the same 2:00 p.m. ET time slot previously held by America's Election HQ. Melissa Francis, formerly a semi regular co-host of Outnumbered, has become the most frequent host of the show's weekday version. Sandra Smith, now co-host of America's Newsroom, anchored both the first (on November 14, 2016) and last broadcasts (on September 29, 2017) of this version.

Currently, America's News HQ airs from Noon to 6pm ET each Saturday. On Sunday, it airs from Noon to 2pm and 3pm to 5pm ET.

As of March 6, 2021, America's News Headquarters was replaced by "Fox News Live" airing in the same time slots as the former newscast.

Hosts

Regular

Semi Regular

References

External links

This page was last edited on 13 March 2021, at 02:28
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