|Broadcast area|| United States |
|Branding||Fox News Talk|
|Frequency||SiriusXM Channel 450|
|First air date||January 2, 2006|
|Format||News / Talk radio|
|Class||Satellite Radio Station|
|Owner||Fox News Group|
|Webcast|| Listen Live! (WMA)|
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Fox News Talk is a satellite radio channel that showcases talk shows and news reports from Fox News Channel personalities, along with other Fox News and talk programming. Fox News Talk carries a combination of Fox News syndicated radio programming, Fox News Channel show audio simulcasts, and Fox newscasts at the top of the hour.
Fox News Radio programs carried include shows hosted by Brian Kilmeade (9 a.m. to 12 p.m. E.T.), Todd Starnes (12 p.m. to 3 p.m. E.T.) and Guy Benson (3 p.m. to 6 p.m. E.T.). Each show is repeated late nights and on weekends.
Brian Kilmeade is an American television and radio presenter for Fox News. On weekdays he co-hosts Fox's morning show, Fox & Friends, and he hosts the Fox News Radio program The Brian Kilmeade Show. He has been credited as co-author on fiction and non-fiction books.
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Todd Starnes is an American conservative columnist, commentator, author and radio host. He has appeared on Fox and Friends and Hannity. In June 2017, Starnes began hosting a syndicated talk radio show on Fox News Radio.
The radio show hosted by Sean Hannity, which predates the formation of the Fox News radio division, is not carried by Fox News Talk. Premiere Radio Networks produces and distributes the show, heard on satellite radio via Sirius XM Patriot Channel 125. The same was true of Glenn Beck's show during his time with Fox News Channel. Beck's show is currently heard on Sirius XM's "Triumph" Channel 132.
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After an advertisement appeared from XM Satellite Radio stating that Fox News Channel would soon be "only heard on XM Satellite Radio" and another stated to hear Fox News Talk "you can't be Sirius", FNC's programming vanished from Sirius Satellite Radio for unknown reasons, then returned to Sirius later. Despite pleas made to Sirius listeners by hosts Tony Snow (then) and Alan Colmes to ask Sirius to keep Fox News Channel programming, on January 1, 2006, FNC programming again disappeared from the Sirius lineup. On January 2, 2006, Fox News Talk premiered only on XM Satellite Radio.
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Also carried was Westwood One's syndicated The Radio Factor with former FNC personality Bill O'Reilly. O'Reilly was moved out of the live time slot on January 15, 2009, anticipating his departure from the show on February 26 of that year. Fox News announced it would move John Gibson to the noon-to-3 p.m. time slot, after Bill O'Reilly left the time slot. Gibson also left Fox News Talk in June 2017.
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