This week, the FOX News Channel announced the upcoming debut of a brand-new program entitled Fox News @ Night. The series, which will debut on October 30, will be anchored by Shannon Bream. The announcement was made by the network’s president of news, Jay Wallace.
The company’s press release suggests that the new show will provide viewers with a full hour of hard-hitting news and analysis. The show will cover the most compelling stories from Washington and across the country. The company will attempt to use the show to capstone the day’s most consequential news, while setting the table for the following day.
Bream has been with the network since 2007. Before that, she worked as an anchor with WRC-TV in Washington, DC and WBTV in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Florida State University graduate began her journalism career with WFTS-TV in Tampa, Florida. While with the Fox News Channel, Bream most recently served at the Supreme Court correspondent.
She regularly co-anchored the network’s America’s Newsroom show alongside Bill Hemmer.