Fox News Specials
Fox News Specials is the news channel's documentary unit of in debt coverage of unique stories across the globe. The stories covered on these specials are based on some sort of factual research obtained by journalists, archaeologists, and historians who dedicate their lives to the findings of such research. The specials delve deep into religion, culture, and race. Fox news mainly educates the viewing audience about the current world we live in today from a general point of view. The program attempts to engage its viewers with interesting facts and historic tales that the viewers can reflect on.
Many topics include events happening over in the Middle East. The wide range of global coverage of worldly events and situations brings more of a broader range of viewers to the show. Religion plays a huge factor in a lot of the special news coverage. Fox News Specials bring attention to certain human ideas and customs that are generally accepted in certain societies. These specials paint a picture and allow the viewer to decipher what it means to them and what they should do about it.
Unique facts about history spearhead the coverage of Fox News Specials. The specials get a lot of reaction from the viewing public. With its success at doing this, Fox news ranks number one in news television. Fox News Specials also covers stories on individuals who have made a unique difference in history, for better or worse. The specials extend past politics and reach into the effects of childhood and home life. Some discoveries on this show are not for the faint of heart and do require some viewer discretion. Many of the stories on these specials have been gone untold for many years and Fox news is there to deliver.
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Fox News this afternoon removed a controversial "Fox & Friends" video package from its website. Aired twice Wednesday morning, the package runs down dismal statistics from President Obama's first term over ominous music and some taunting animated graphics. A Fox exec this afternoon claimed that the package wasn't approved at the top level, and would not have been had it been presented to high brass.
To be fair, we could've have expected that he'd mince words. What Fox News pundit Bill O'Reilly has to say below will piss people off. There's just no getting around it. Amid the outpouring of emotion and grief from Whitney Houston's peers and fans both following her unexpected death this past weekend, O'Reilly made some rather . . . "pointed" remarks during his most recent "The O'Reilly Factor.
Apparently you can't try to throw a pie in someone's face these days without getting arrested. Comedian Jonnie Marbles, who famously attempted to smack News Corp CEO Rupert Murdoch in the face with a shaving cream pie, has been convicted of assault after pleading guilty to charges. During Murdoch's parliamentary hearing, Marbles charged with pie in hand but was rejected by Murdoch's wife Wendi Deng, who smacked Marbles in the head.
We knew things were going to be rough for Rupert Murdoch at Parliament, but this is ridiculous! At a Parliamentary hearing over NewsCorp's involvement in the News of the World phone hacking debacle, a man rushed Rupert Murdoch and tried to hit him with a cream pie, only to be foiled by Murdoch's wife Wendy Deng, who smacked him in the face. According to several sources, the man yelled "you're a greedy billionaire!"
It can be tough for news teams to react when an unexpected announcement like last night's presidential address about the death of Osama Bin Laden happens. Even for those who are trained to speak on live television can flub a sentence or two when talking for a few hours straight. But it's generally not a good idea to accidentally announce the death of the President of the United States.