Fox News Channel has named Shannon Bream as the new full-time moderator of its flagship Sunday political news show, replacing retired Chris Wallace, the network said. Announced.
Bream, chief of cable her channel and her legal correspondent, will be the first woman to serve as a caster on "Fox News Sunday." Her first show will air on Sept. 11, the network announced.
"Shannon is an accomplished journalist, reporter and anchor who has developed strong and lasting relationships with the audience of her media on Fox News," she said of Fox News. CEO Suzanne Scott said.
Bream will continue her role as chief legal officer in addition to her new Sunday duties, the network said.
"For the past 15 years, Fox has been honored to have her news cover major stories across Washington," Bream said.
"I am very grateful for the opportunity to host the show on Sunday and am looking forward to this new role."
Since Wallace appeared on CNN For several months, the network went wild over Bream's role as guest host on "Fox News Sunday."
According to the network, the Bream-led show will "become the average exceeded 20% of the show.
After 18 years as moderator of "Fox News Sunday," Wallace was lured last year with a $9 million annual offer, according to a CNN report. .
The son of the late "60 Minutes" correspondent Mike Wallace, who left Fox News in 2010, was one of several high-profile acquisitions by former CNN boss Jeff Zucker.New Streaming He asked him to host a show on the service CNN+.
But Wallace's show only has a few episodes It didn't last CNN+ shut down less than a month after being started by its new parent company, Warner Bros. Discovery, which took over the cable channel.
Fox News Channel is a subsidiary of Fox Corp., a sister company of News Corp., The Post's parent company.