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Fox Host Announces New Show ‘Tucker Carlson Today’

Tucker Carlson, the Fox News host, has launched a new video podcast called “Tucker Carlson Today,” which will air three days per week.

The show will debut on Fox Nation on Monday.

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The current host of “Tucker Carlson Tonight” revealed his new show while highlighting how free speech is under threat in the United States.

In a preview video, Carlson said, “Freedom of speech is under threat, and while other media outlets are concerned with censoring original thinking and diminishing, we are expanding, taking on all topics.”

Carlson said, “We will not be silenced or cancelled,” adding that his show is “expanding.”

“The in-depth, unfiltered discussions that America needs, making sense of the day’s events and digging deeper into the topics we care about, with the transparency you deserve,” the Fox host promises.

The addition of the “Tucker Carlson Today” show and an increased reach for one of Fox News’ most influential opinion and commentary hosts comes as other networks’ ratings are plummeting.

Last week, news emerged that CNN’s ratings had plummeted as a result of Donald Trump’s resignation, with a nearly 50 percent decrease in the 25-to-54 demographic.

After President Biden took office, ratings for Fox News, NewsMax, and MSNBC have all dropped.

According to the survey, one show has managed to escape the post-Trump downturn.

Tucker Carlson’s ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight,’ with a 5% decrease in viewership, seems to be the only one who has survived relatively unscathed, according to the Epoch Times.

 

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Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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