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‘The O’Reilly Factor’ Plans ‘Killing Lincoln’ Preview Show

5O'Reilly BillFox News Channel will air the film “Killing Lincoln” on Tuesday, Dec. 30 at 9 pm ET. The film is based on Bill O’Reilly‘s 2011 New York Times best-seller by the same name, so it makes sense that FNC will have a little cross-promotion.

Prior to the film, a special edition of “The O’Reilly Factor” will air, previewing all-things “Killing Lincoln” at 8 pm ET. Co-author of the book Martin Dugard, Glenn Beck, FNC contributors Juan Williams and Mary Katharine Ham, FOX Business Network’s Don Imus and “Factor” correspondent Jesse Watters will be guests on the special.

The film is narraterted by Tom Hanks and was National Geographic Channel’s first original docudrama, drawing 3.4 million viewers. “Killing Lincoln” documents the events leading up to April 14, 1865 and delves into the mind of John Wilkes Booth and what led him to assassinate the 16th president of the United States.

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Marc Lamont Hill Back on Fox News

Marc Lamont Hill, who was fired last month as a contributor to Fox News, is apparently back on the air tonight. Fellow O’Reilly Factor guest Mary Katharine Ham (@mkhammer) tweets:

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Bill O’Reilly: “Ms. Dunn is Seeing the World through the Prism of the other Media, like NBC News and CNN”

The Fox News coverage on Fox News continued this evening as Brit Hume appeared on his former show “Special Report” to deliver a commentary on the White House offensive against the network. Then it was Bill O’Reilly‘s turn.

In his Talking Points Commentary O’Reilly credited his “hard news” colleagues including Carl Cameron and Mike Emanuel who “simply tell you what’s going on.”

“Anchorman Shepard Smith rarely puts the White House in a negative light,” said O’Reilly, adding, “People like Greta, Bret Baier, Megyn Kelly, Martha MacCallum all give the White House a fair shot every day.”

“Ms. Dunn is seeing the world through the prism of the other media, like NBC News and CNN. By all accounts those networks favored Barack Obama over John McCain.”

After the jump, O’Relly tells his panel, Townhall.com’s Mary Katharine Ham and FNC analyst Juan Williams, “If Ms. Dunn really had a legitiamte criticism she’d be sitting here instead of you guys…”

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