Conservative powerhouse Laura Ingraham got some good news, as she’s set to take a primetime slot on the Fox News network at 10 PM. She’s due to take the slot this fall.
Ingraham is most known for her radio show and as her work as a former speechwriter for President Ronald Reagan, as well as for founding the website LifeZette.com.
The Daily Caller reports:
Sources told CNN that Sean Hannity’s show will be moved one hour earlier to 9 PM and “The Five” will be moved back from 9 PM to its original time slot at 5 PM. The changes come after Eric Bolling was released from the network following sexual harassment allegations and his show, “The Specialists,” was cancelled.
Ingraham, a former Ronald Reagan speechwriter, hosts her own radio show and is the founder and editor-in-chief of Lifezette.com.
Matt Drudge teased the announcement of Ingraham’s new show in a tweet in August, writing it is her “time to shine.”
Fox has been consistently shaking things up as they’ve lost a number of their anchors and hosts due to allegations of sexual harassment, so this isn’t really too surprising.
Eric Bolling, who “parted ways” with Fox last Friday got the terrible news just hours later that his only son had been found dead in his dorm room in CO. It’s been a rough time for him, which is why we should hold his family in our thoughts and prayers.
Good luck to Laura on this next big move in her career!