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Jennifer Griffin Signs Extension With Fox News

“We are extremely proud that she will continue her incredible career at FOX News Media.”

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Jennifer Griffin is staying at Fox News.

The Pentagon correspondent has signed a new five-year agreement with the cable news powerhouse. In announcing a renewed agreement, Fox News CEO Suzanne Scott praised Griffin’s tenure.

“Jennifer is one of the industry’s premier journalists and has proven to be an indispensable asset on a consequential beat with unrivaled experience spanning more than three decades in multiple war zones. We are extremely proud that she will continue her incredible career at FOX News Media.”

In a statement, Griffin returned the praise.

“It has been an honor to provide viewers with trusted reporting from the Pentagon and across the world on issues that are paramount to all of us – the security and safety of our fellow citizens and allies,” said Griffin in a statement. “I am looking forward to continuing to inform the FOX News audience alongside the best journalists in the business.”

Griffin joined Fox in October 1999, originally reporting from Jerusalem. She was promoted to Pentagon correspondent in 2007.

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CNN Will Make June Presidential Debate Available to Simulcast on Other Networks

While it would be willing to give up the exclusivity of the event, CNN hosts Jake Tapper and Dana Bash will still serve as moderators.

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After announcing it would host the first presidential debate of the 2024 election cycle last week, CNN has decided to open up the event to other networks.

The June 27th event between President Joe Biden (D) and former President Donald Trump (R) will be made available to simulcast a network spokesperson confirmed.

While it would be willing to give up the exclusivity of the event, CNN hosts Jake Tapper and Dana Bash will still serve as moderators.

The June debate will join the September 10th event hosted by ABC News as being available to other networks, should they come to an agreement.

In addition to being available on other networks, the June debate will be available on CNN Internation, the network’s Spanish-language channel, and the Max streaming platform, as well as the network’s website.

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Cynthia McFadden Announces Departure From NBC News

She thanked her colleagues and wished them well as she announced that next week would be her final one with NBC News.

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Veteran TV news anchor and reporter Cynthia McFadden has announced her intention to leave the industry and NBC News behind.

McFadden previously anchored ABC News’ Nightline during her 20 years at the network before joining NBC News as a senior legal analyst and investigative correspondent 10 years ago.

“It is hard to leave a job you love but this is the right time- I have a list of things I have often said I wanted to do ‘someday,’” she wrote in a post on Instagram. “Well, someday is now, while I am still raring to go— and playing with a relatively full deck. Maybe I’ll even surprise you (and myself!).”

She thanked her colleagues and wished them well as she announced that next week would be her final one with NBC News.

“To my NBC friends and colleagues, thank you: for your support, guidance, and wisdom. You are a special group of talented people and I will be watching with pride as you carry on,” McFadden wrote.

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Rudy Giuliani At Risk of Losing Newsmax Show, New Report Says

He was not allowed to appear live on the network for several months due to continually alleging misconduct by election machine companies Dominion and Smartmatic.

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After seeing his New York news/talk radio show canceled last week, Rudy Giuliani could be in jeopardy of losing another media job, this time at Newsmax.

Last week, 77 WABC canceled The Rudy Giuliani Show after the former New York Mayor and Donald Trump attorney refused to cease discussions about the validity of the 2020 election. Now, a report from Mediaite claims Giuliani could be on the chopping block at conservative cable news outlet Newsmax for similar issues.

America’s Mayor Live, hosted by Giuliani, airs on Newsmax2 and is regularly edited to remove the conspiracy theories touted by the former mayor. Reportedly, he was not allowed to appear live on the network for several months due to continually alleging misconduct by election machine companies Dominion and Smartmatic. Fox News famously settled a defamation lawsuit brought forth by Dominion for $787.5 million last year. Cases with other conservative media outlets that touted similar falsehoods continue.

Sources told Mediaite that Giuliani’s conduct has left top network leaders considering axing his show. In a statement, a spokesperson for the former mayor denied there was any acrimony between the two parties.

“Mayor Giuliani enjoys a fantastic relationship with Newsmax and its audience. Newsmax has grown into the successful network it is today, because its audience knows it is getting accurate and relevant information on the news that matters. We appreciate Mr. Ruddy and Newsmax’s commitment to free speech and allowing a vast array of views and perspectives on the air.”

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