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Megyn Kelly Accidentally F-bombs Huckabee’s Name

KellyHuckabeeWhat rhymes with Huckabee?  Through an unfortunate slip of the tongue, Megyn Kelly found out the hard way on Monday night.

As she welcomed her guest, Mike Huckabee, to her show “The Kelly File,” Kelly accidentally F-bombed the name of her unsuspecting guest.

“Joining me now, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, who’s the host of F—kabee—Huckabee!” as Kelly caught herself in the linguistic error.

Neither party acknowledged the slip up during the segment, however, Kelly was a good sport about the incident, bringing up it later in the show on two occasions.

“Something else that happened on the program is also getting a lot of attention on Twitter,” Kelly said of the slip up, before reading a supportive tweet from a viewer.

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Bret Baier Talks Election Night Coverage with NYTimes, and (Why Not?) Megyn Kelly’s Hair

FOX News anchor Bret Baier spoke with with The New York Times’s Jennifer Steinhauer ahead of the network’s election night coverage, which he’s co-anchoring with “The Kelly File’s” Megyn Kelly.

Asked who’s hair is more difficult to manage, Baier answered with honesty.

“Probably Megyn’s. Mine its just Lego Hair. You snap and go. It’s been through a lot.” See the rest of the Q&A here.

But for those unfamiliar, the topic of Baier’s “Lego Hair” is nothing new. The FOX News host has tweeted about it before.

Fishbowl Five with FOX News Channel’s ‘Campaign Carl’

BUMP_300DPI_CARL_CAMERONAhead of tomorrow’s midterm elections, FishbowlDC’s latest five question and answer series is with FOX News Channel’s chief political correspondent Carl Cameron.

Cameron has reported on every major election for FNC since he joined the network in 1996, earning him the nickname “Campaign Carl.” Since 1988, his coverage of presidential candidates runs the gamut, from President Barack Obama and former Governor Mitt Romney and Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), to former President George Bush and former President Bill Clinton. He also served as the network’s chief White House correspondent from 2004 – 06.

On Tuesday, Cameron will report from Kentucky for the network’s coverage of the midterm elections, starting at 6 pm with Bret Baier and Megyn Kelly in the anchor chairs.

In the meantime, check out our latest FishbowlDC Five with FOX News Channel’s ‘Campaign Carl.’

 

FishbowlDC: What has been the most surprising story you’ve covered on an election night?

Carl Cameron: “Election night upsets are always surprising. This year’s primary ousting of former House Republican Majority Leader Eric Cantor was a stunner. Republican Scott Brown’s 2010 special election victory to fill the late Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat in liberal Massachusetts is another example. The all-time winner to-date of course is the 2000 election recount and all that followed.”

 

FishbowlDC: What are your plans while on the ground in Kentucky tomorrow, November 4th? Read more

Weekend Show Preview – 11.2.14

SundayShows-w-candyWho’s on the talk shows this weekend? Glad you asked.

Highlights include former Gov. Mitt Romney (R-MA) on “FOX News Sunday,” The Intercept’s Glenn Greenwald on CNN’s “Reliable Sources,” and Jeffrey Lacker, president, Richmond Federal Reserve on FOX News’ “Sunday Morning Futures.”

Not all lineups have been announced. But click through for those that have and we’ll continue to update throughout the day.

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Bret Baier, Megyn Kelly to Co-Anchor FOX News Channel’s ‘America’s Election HQ’

BUG_BUMP_SUPER_TUESDAY_2Bret Baier and Megyn Kelly will co-anchor “America’s Election HQ,” FOX News Channel’s November 4 midterm election night coverage starting at 6 pm. Bill Hemmer will operate the network’s electronic “Bill-board” with Martha MacCallum focused on exit poll data.

Also slated for camera time: senior political analyst Brit Hume, “FOX News Sunday” host Chris Wallace, White House correspondent Ed Henry, chief Congressional correspondent Mike Emanuel, and contributors Bob Beckel, Stephen Hayes, Charles Krauthammer, Dana Perino, Kirsten Powers, Karl Rove, Joe Trippi, George Will, and Juan Williams. Read more

Mediabistro Morning Roundup – 10.23.14

From TVNewser to FishbowlNY, here are your top stories from across Mediabistro.

PRNewser We Chat with Lauren Drell, Branded Content Editor at Mashable

FishbowlNY 300 New York Times Staffers Consider Taking Buyouts

GalleyCat Book Discovery App Featured on Kickstarter

AgencySpy Little Girls Drop F-Bombs for FCKH8, Feminism

FishbowlDC ABC’s World News Tonight Skips Midterm Election Coverage

TVNewser Canada’s CBC News Show What Thoughtful Breaking News Coverage Looks Like

TVSpy ’We’re Basically the Newspaper of Record,’ Nexstar CEO Talks Local TV

Lost Remote Nielsen and Adobe Partner on Cross-Platform Measurement Product

SocialTimes Social Media Companies Fight Back Against Government Privacy Invasions

AllFacebook How to Determine the Best Time to Post on Your Facebook Page

AllTwitter The Optimal Length of a Tweet, Hashtag, Post, Slideshow and (Almost) Anything

Inside Mobile Apps YouAppi Raises $3M in Funding for Mobile Customer Acquisition Solution

InsideFacebook Facebook Allows Page Admins to Save, Backdate Posts

MediaJobsDaily Megyn Kelly Shares Her Best Career Advice

UnBeige Guggenheim Reveals Submissions for Helsinki Museum Design Contest

LIVE at 3:30: U.S. CTO Megan Smith on Joining White House at Fortune Summit

Taking the stage this afternoon at Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summit in Laguna Niguel, Calif, is the recently appointed U.S. Chief Technology Officer and Assistant to the President of the United States Megan Smith.

Smith will join Fortune’s senior editor-at-large Pattie Sellers at 3:30 pm EDT to discuss her move from Google to the White House and what she has planned as chief technology officer of the United States.

The day’s latter programming includes former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords as part of a conversation on “Rebuilding a life—and fulfilling a larger purpose,” and FOX News Channel anchor Megyn Kelly on her career path with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg.

WATCH via the livestream, with at Smith 3:30 pm, Giffords at 5:30 pm, and Kelly at 6:10 pm:

FOX News Channel Turns 18

FNC PRIME TALENT 100713Just in time to celebrate last week’s ratings results that since its 1996 debut, FOX News Channel was the most watched network on weekday primetime basic cable during the third quarter of 2014, the network today celebrates 18 years on air. During the same quarter, the network was also third in total day viewers among all cable networks.

Its 18th “birthday” comes one year into its current primetime lineup, which includes “On the Record with Greta Van Susteren” (7pm), “The O’Reilly Factor” (8pm), “The Kelly File” (9pm) and “Hannity” (10pm). According to Nielsen Media Research, during primetime for the past year, FNC ranked in the top 5 highest-rated networks in all of cable 96% of the time.

The network offered a flashback this morning to where it was 18 years ago today. Ohh how things have changed.

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On Night of President Obama’s ISIS Statement, FOX News had Last Week’s #4 Rated Cable Program

megyn-decoder-superJumboAccording to Nielsen Media Research, Megyn Kelly‘s program on FOX News “The Kelly File” during the hour of President Barack Obama’s statement on ISIS was the fourth highest rated program on cable last week. The week’s top three included two ESPN football broadcasts and the season premiere of “Sons of Anarchy” on FX.

Kelly’s 9pm broadcast on Wednesday, September 10 garnered 4.6 million total viewers and 1 million in the A25-54 demo. In addition, last week in all of cable for total viewers, FOX News was #2 in primetime and #3 in total day.

At the start of her career in journalism, Kelly was with WJLA and joined FOX News in 2004 as a Washington-based correspondent.

FOX News’ Megyn Kelly Joins ‘Late Night with Seth Meyers’ on Interview with Dick Cheney

FOX News Channel’s Megyn Kelly joined Seth Meyers on “Late Night” Thursday and discussed her June interview with Dick Cheney in which she asked the former veep, “What do you say, to those who say, that you were so wrong, about so much, at the expense of so many,” following his op-ed with his daughter Lynn Cheney for the Wall Street Journal criticizing President Obama’s foreign policy in Iraq.

“That is what I do for a living,” Kelly told Meyers. ”It got a lot of attention and it was interesting because he, Liz Cheney and Lynn Cheney went on a political roundtable afterward and Mike Allen said, ‘Oh, you know Megyn Kelly at FOX News, no enemy to you, called you out in this fashion.’ And Mrs. Cheney said, ‘Of course she did. That is what journalists are expected to do.’ I really appreciated her saying that and I said on my own show, he is right, I’m not an enemy to Dick Cheney and I’m not a friend to Dick Cheney. I’m a journalist who has to ask tough questions and he came in and answered them.”

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