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The Ticker: Rundown, Wolf, Faulkner

  • MSNBC’s “The Daily Rundown” is crowd-sourcing their announcers. In a blog post, the show explains that anyone (yes, including you) can submit a video introducing the show and anchor Chuck Todd.

  • Politico’s Dylan Byers reports that journalist and author Naomi Wolf is in “very, very preliminary” talks with Al Jazeera about joining the company, likely on Al Jazeera America, the upcoming American cable channel that will replace Current TV.

The Ticker: Greta, Harris, Harlem Shake

  • Greta Van Susteren will be anchoring tonight’s “On the Record” from Big Bear, CA covering the Christopher Dorner story. Perhaps she’ll get someone on the record who can sort it all out.

  • The Harlem Shake meme has made its way to Studio 1A, where the “Today” show anchors did their own Valentine’s Day-themed version this morning with Savannah Guthrie remotely participating from D.C. and Al Roker playing Cupid. Watch it after the jump.

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State of the Union Coverage: Fox News

Bret Baier will anchor Fox News’ State of the Union coverage beginning at 8:55pmET Tuesday. Baier will be joined by Juan Williams, Charles Krauthammer and Nina Easton, with chief White House correspondent Ed Henry reporting from the White House and chief congressional correspondent Mike Emanuel reporting from Capitol Hill.

After the Republican response, which is expected to conclude around 10:40pmET, Greta Van Susteren will take over for an abbreviated “On the Record.” Sean Hannity will be live from 11pm to midnight.

Shepard Smith will anchor for Fox Broadcasting and will be joined after the speeches by “Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace. Additionally, Harris Faulkner will host a live webcast on foxnews.com.

>Update: With the news of Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation, Smith will be in Rome Tuesday. Wallace will anchor on Fox Broadcasting in his place.

The Weekend Ticker: Obama & Telemundo, Clinton & PBS, Faulkner

  • Following his Las Vegas speech about immigration reform Tuesday, President Obama granted Telemundo’s José Díaz-Balart an interview. It will air on “Enfoque” tomorrow at 11:55amET.

The Scoreboard: Saturday, January 12

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 128 | MSNBC: 127 | CNN: 99 | HLN: 115
  • Primetime: FNC: 56 | MSNBC: 150 | CNN: 64 | HLN: 73

5p: 6p: 7p: 8p: 9p: 10p: 11p: 12a:
FNC
NewsHQ:

87

NewsHQ:

70

Report:

92

Huckabee:

58

Pirro:

67

Geraldo:

45

RedEye:

47

Pirro:

39

MSNBC
Caught:

52

Caught:

106

Caught:

153

Lockup:

109

Lockup:

134

Lockup:

208

Lockup:

304

Lockup:

318

CNN
Newsroom:

61

Blitzer:

61

Newsroom:

67

Presents:

57

Morgan:

66

Newsroom::

67

Presents:

54

Morgan:

64

HLN
Mysteries:

128

Mysteries:

152

Mysteries:

126

Mysteries:

70

Mysteries:

62

Mysteries:

85

Mysteries:

92

Mysteries:

109

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The Scoreboard: Sunday, December 30

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 132 | MSNBC: 132 | CNN: 104 | HLN: 113
  • Primetime: FNC: 105 | MSNBC: 92 | CNN: 112 | HLN: 94

5p: 6p: 7p: 8p: 9p: 10p: 11p: 12a:
FNC
NewsHQ:

100

Report:

82

Report:

93

TheFive:

123

Pirro:

95

Report:

97

Huckabee:

108

Pirro:

143

MSNBC
MTP:

73

CliffCvg:

61

MTP:

75

CliffCvg:

67

MTP:

141

DailyRndwn:

67

SexSlaves:

151

SexSlaves:

200

CNN
Newsroom:

92

Newsroom:

112

Newsroom:

79

Top2012:

137

Morgan:

96

Newsroom:

103

Top2012:

87

Morgan:

113

HLN
Mysteries:

111

Mysteries:

100

Mysteries:

92

Mysteries:

104

Mysteries:

60

Mysteries:

120

Mysteries:

82

Mysteries:

179

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Fiscal Cliff Sunday Coverage

The cable news channels will go into overtime today as Congress tries to avert a swan dive off the fiscal cliff. In addition to daytime live coverage, there will be a two-hour edition of “Fox Report with Harris Faulkner” from 6-8pmET and a special edition of “The Five” at 8pm. CNN will be in live coverage, as usual most of the day. MSNBC will extend its live coverage in the afternoon until at least 6pm, later if news warrants. CNBC has a special tonight at 8pm, and another tomorrow night at 6pm. Fox Business will be doing live cut-ins at the top of each hour from 6pm-midnight. And if you want uninterrupted cliff negotiations from the House Floor tune in to C-SPAN beginning at 2pmET.

Roger Ailes on His Apprentices and His Legacy: ‘I Don’t Care About My Legacy. It’s Too Late’

Fmr NYC Mayor David Dinkins, FNC Chairman Roger Ailes and the Rev. Jesse Jackson at the Ailes Apprenticeship Program graduation

This morning a 12th floor studio at Fox News Channel hosted the commencement ceremony of the Ailes Apprenticeship Program. Established by Fox News co-founder and chairman Roger Ailes in 2003, the program selects a small, diverse group of candidates and puts them through the rigors of working in a news environment, paring them with seasoned mentors. And unlike Donald Trump‘s apprentices, at the end of the year-long program, all Ailes apprentices get hired.

Today’s ceremony was emceed by FNC anchor Bill Hemmer and the keynote speaker was the Rev. Jesse Jackson who admitted, “I’m quite nervous. I’m a lamb and I’ve come to the lion,” as he looked towards Ailes. Ailes tells TVNewser he’s known Jackson for decades and has kept up “a backchannel conversation for years.”

Jackson called Ailes, “a tough-minded, caring individual,” who is “preparing leaders for the diverse world in which we live.”

Speakers included world-renowned mathematician, Mexico City-born Hewlett-Packard researcher Dr. Pano Santos talked about his mentors: Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard; and Capt. Gail Harris who at her retirement was the highest-ranking African-American woman in the U.S. Navy told the four graduates they need to now be mentors for the next generation. Also participating, Fox News anchor Harris Faulkner who joked, “if you have not been inspired by today’s remarks, you must be sleeping.”

After the ceremony, we spent a half hour in Ailes office talking about a range of issues including election night, his re-signing with Fox News, whether he entertained any offers from CNN for their top job and about what the Apprenticeship Program means for his legacy.

“I don’t care about my legacy,” Ailes says. “It’s too late. My enemies will create it and they’ll push it. What I care about however… what I want to do is expand” the program. “If every company did this, could you imagine what that’d do to minority unemployment and success?”

More from our Q&A after the jump, and in subsequent posts…

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FNC and Fox’s Election Night Plans

Fox News Channel will have Megyn Kelly and Bret Baier anchoring on election night, while Shepard Smith will be anchoring on the Fox Broadcast Channel.

On FNC, Kelly and Baier will be joined by senior political analyst Brit Hume, “Fox News Sunday” moderator Chris Wallace, as well as contributors Joe Trippi, Karl Rove, Juan Williams, Stephen Hayes and Kirsten Powers. “O’Reilly Factor host Bill O’Reilly  and “On the Record” host Greta Van Susteren will be providing commentary, and Van Susteren will also interview Fox News contributor Sarah Palin during the evening.

Correspondent Martha MacCallum will report on exit poll data, with Bill Hemmer manning the “bill-board,” FNC’s touchscreen. Carl Cameron and John Roberts will report from Romney HQ in Boston, with Ed Henry and Wendell Goler reporting from Obama HQ in Chicago. There will also be a number of correspondents in the field (after the jump).

On the Fox Broadcast Channel, FNC contributor Ed Rollins, Democratic strategist Mary Anne Marsh, and The Hill editor A.B. Stoddard will contribute to coverage.

Online, Jonathan Hunt and Harris Faulkner and Rick Folbaum will anchor video coverage on FoxNews.com, while Rick Sanchez will anchor on FoxNewsLatino.com in Spanish.

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Fox News Channel Sets VP Debate Plans

Fox News Channel has solidified its coverage plans for the Vice Presidential Debate on Thursday. As with the first Presidential debate, Megyn Kelly and Bret Baier will co-anchor the special from 8:55-10:30, dubbed “America’s Election Headquarters: Vice Presidential Debate.”

“Fox News Sunday” moderator Chris Wallace, Brit Hume, Joe Trippi, Steve Hayes and Charles Krauthammer will provide analysis, with Carl Cameron, Steve Brown and Ed Henry reporting. Online, coverage will be anchored by Rick Folbaum and Harris Faulkner. Every program from 3PM onward (save for “O’Reilly Factor” at 8 PM) will originate from Kentucky on Thursday.

FNC has a partnership with Twitter for the debates, and will utilize Twitter’s data to bring viewers to gain insight into viewer sentiment, and to present the topics people are talking about on the service.

CNN announced its coverage plans for all of the debates late last month.

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