FOX News Names Permanent Replacement For Chris Wallace On FOX News Sunday

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Months after the departure of Chris Wallace, FOX News has finally named a permanent replacement host for him on FOX News Sunday.

Shannon Bream, who you have probably seen on various FOX News shows for years has been chosen to take on the job of new host.

She will certainly be an improvement over Wallace.

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FOX News reports:

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Shannon Bream named ‘FOX News Sunday’ host, becoming first woman to anchor program in its 26-year history

Shannon Bream is the new anchor of “FOX News Sunday,” and will begin hosting the weekly program on Sept. 11, Fox News Channel announced Thursday.

“Shannon is an outstanding journalist, reporter and anchor who has cultivated a strong and enduring relationship with the FOX News Media audience,” FOX News Media CEO Suzanne Scott said.

Bream, who becomes the first woman to anchor the program in its 26-year history, will leave her weeknight program “FOX News @ Night” and a rotation of journalists will guest-anchor the show until a permanent replacement is named.

“It has been an honor to cover major news throughout Washington over the last 15 years at FOX News. I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to host a Sunday show and look forward to this new role,” she said.

Bream will also continue to be the network’s chief legal correspondent. She has provided coverage of all major Supreme Court decisions for Fox News Channel since joining in 2007.

People congratulated her on Twitter:

Congratulations and best of luck to Ms. Bream.

Cross posted from American Lookout.

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