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Greg Kelly to Do Series on Cancel Culture

The network will speak to Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, hopeful Jordan Kimball, and Thane Rosenbaum, author, professor, and the director of the Forum on Life, Culture and Society.

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Newsmax TV will take on the cancel culture during a series of reports this week. The series will air during the Greg Kelly Report every weeknight from 7-8 p.m.

The network will speak to Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, hopeful Jordan Kimball, and Thane Rosenbaum, author, professor, and the director of the Forum on Life, Culture and Society.

Last week, it was learned that six Dr. Seuss books will stop being published because of racist and insensitive imagery. The books include And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street and If I Ran the Zoo.

The CEO of Jeep’s parent company Stellantis said that he is open to ending the company’s use of Cherokee’s name following pressure from outsiders who deem the use of the name Cherokee as racially insensitive.

Other casualties of the cancel culture include convicted sex offender Bill Cosby, ex-journalist Charlie Rose, Oscar winner Kevin Spacey, and actor Woody Allen.

Newsmax TV said they will focus on the cancel culture’s pervasiveness, danger, and directions.

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Greg Gutfeld Scores Largest Audience in Program History During Fox News Interview with Bill Maher

The discussion between the two topped both the late-night cable news ratings, as well as the late-night network shows hosted by Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel, and Jimmy Fallon.

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Comedian Bill Maher made just his second-ever appearance on Fox News Monday during an interview with Greg Gutfeld. It turned out to be a record-breaking arrival.

During Monday’s edition of Gutfeld! averaged 2.9 million viewers as the longtime comedian and news host conversed with the Fox News star about a bevy of topics. Included in that 2.9 million figure was 342,000 viewers in the coveted adults 25-54 demographic.

The discussion between the two topped both the late-night cable news ratings, as well as the late-night network shows hosted by Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel, and Jimmy Fallon. The Fox News program, however, benefits from airing from 10-11 PM ET while the other shows do not start until 11 or 11:35 PM ET.

Since launching in 2021, Gutfeld! has continuously battled for the top spot in the late-night TV ratings, and has frequently bested the network competitors.

During a previous appearance on the Club Random podcast, Bill Maher congratulated Greg Gutfeld on his success, stating while he didn’t “have to love” the heights the Fox News host has reached, he does “have to respect” the success.

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NewsNation to Complete 24/7 News Lineup on June 1

“This milestone marks the culmination of our efforts to continue expanding and growing the network since launching it in 2020.”

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NewsNation has slowly but surely been building out its lineup to feature news on a 24/7 basis. On Saturday, June 1st, that goal will be realized.

The network is expanding its weekend programming to include NewsNation Now with Adrienne Bankert on Saturdays and Sundays from 4-7 PM ET. That expansion coincides with recent launches of weekend shows like Morning in America with Hena Doba (7-10 AM ET), NewsNation Live (10 AM-1 PM ET), NewsNation Now with Anna Kooiman (1-4 PM ET), and The Hill Sunday with Chris Stirewalt, which all debuted earlier this year.

“We are immensely proud to announce that NewsNation is now a 24/7 cable news network,” said Nexstar Networks Division President Sean Compton. “This milestone marks the culmination of our efforts to continue expanding and growing the network since launching it in 2020. It reaffirms our commitment to delivering unbiased news coverage, a mission that resonates deeply with our viewers, fostering their trust in the brand, and strengthening their loyalty to NewsNation.”

In addition to its expanded programming, NewsNation also announced the hiring of three new anchors and correspondents.

Kooiman joined NewsNation in March, hosting NewsNation Now on Saturdays and Sundays. Former Fox News correspondent Laura Ingle has joined the network as senior correspondent. She worked at Fox from 2005-2023. Also, Alicia Nieves will serve as a New York-based correspondent for the upstart network.

The network’s weekend lineup now includes:

Saturdays
7-10 AM ET– Morning in America with Hena Doba
10-1 PM ET – NewsNation Live
1-4 PM ET – NewsNation Now with Anna Kooiman
4-7 PM ET – NewsNation Now with Adrienne Bankert 
7-10 PM ET – NewsNation Prime with Natasha Zouves

Sundays
7-10 AM ET– Morning in America with Hena Doba
10-11 AM ET – The Hill Sunday with Chris Stirewalt
11-1 PM ET – NewsNation Live
1-4 PM ET – NewsNation Now with Anna Kooiman
4-7 PM ET – NewsNation Now with Adrienne Bankert 
7-10 PM ET – NewsNation Prime with Natasha Zouves

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Tucker Carlson Network CEO Denies Report Company Has Deal with Russian State TV

“The story of a Russian show is totally false.”

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A report from Russia that was then picked up by Newsweek claiming that former Fox News host Tucker Carlson had struck a deal to bring his Tucker Carlson Network programming to state TV in Russia has been refuted.

Former video shows produced by Carlson had been airing on Russia 24, with voiceovers redubbed into Russian, with a news outlet claiming the program was airing there as part of a business deal between Russian state television and Carlson’s new digital media entity.

Newsweek then subsequently picked up the story, publishing an article reiterating the claims that Carlson had struck a deal with Russian authorities.

However, Neil Patel, the co-founder of the Daily Caller and current CEO of Tucker Carlson Network, strongly denied those claims.

“The Tucker Carlson Network has not done any deals with state media in any country,” Patel wrote. “Whoever is currently pretending to be the old Newsweek brand would know that if they had checked with us before printing like news companies are supposed to do.”

Newsweek later published further comments from Tucker Carlson Network Head of Programming and Production Operations Dean Thompson, who also denied the story.

“The story of a Russian show is totally false,” he said. “Any use of our content by that channel is without legal permission.”

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