Chris Wallace gets Trace Gallagher a job at Fox News, Trace Gallagher, a correspondent for Fox News, will soon take over for Shannon Bream as the anchor of “FOX News @ Night.” Bream has since moved to become the host of “Fox News Sunday.”
According to The Hill’s reporting, “FOX News @ Night” debuted in 2017 and airs throughout prime time in the Mountain and Pacific time zones. The program presents segments as well as coverage of big news stories.
Fox News Media Chief Executive Officer Suzanne Scott made the announcement on Wednesday, and according to Fox News, Gallagher will begin presenting on October 3 from the studio in Los Angeles where Fox News is based.
According to Fox, Scott was quoted as saying regarding the move, “having a seasoned journalist at the helm of this hour ensures our viewers unrivaled 24/7 news coverage.” Trace Gallagher is one of the best in the business when it comes to breaking news coverage, and having a seasoned journalist at the helm of this hour ensures our viewers unrivaled 24/7 news coverage.
Gallagher stated that he is excited to take on this new responsibility at the network and that he is looking forward to it.
“It’s an honor to anchor Fox News @ Night, and I look forward to breaking down the key headlines for our audience across the country every evening,” Gallagher said. “I look forward to breaking down the major headlines for our audience across the country every evening.”
According to a report from Media Right News, this reorganization at Fox comes after former “Fox News Sunday” anchor Chris Wallace departed the network to take a position with the streaming service CNN+.
According to The Hill, Gallagher has worked with Fox for many decades, in fact, since the company’s inception in 1996.
He was largely responsible for his work as one of the top breaking news correspondents for the network, but he also filled in other daytime hosting positions.
According to Fox, most recently, Gallagher has continued to cover important breaking news such as the death of Queen Elizabeth II and the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
According to reports from Fox, the program “FOX News @ Night” attracts a large audience and had approximately 1.1 million viewers in the most recent reporting period.
According to Fox’s analysis, the newscast routinely outperforms its rivals in the cable news industry across the board.