“America Live” anchor Megyn Kelly stopped by John Stossel‘s Fox Business program this week to talk about walking the line between news and entertainment. Using an example from Kelly’s own show, Stossel pointed out every second devoted to light stories takes away from serious news.
“We could completely transform ourself into the most boring network possible. It’s already out there. It’s called C-SPAN,” Kelly said in response. “They do a good service, but who watches? … I think this is a problem a lot of the other networks don’t get, but Fox News does. The key is to give them the news but not bore them to death.” Watch:
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