Fox News Launches New Newscast at 11 p.m.

By Chris Ariens 

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CNN and MSNBC will be getting new competition at 11 p.m. ET as Fox News Channel is adding an hour of news on Oct. 30.

The new hour will be anchored by Shannon Bream who has been co-anchoring mornings with Bill Hemmer.

Bream’s new hour will replace a re-air of Tucker Carlson‘s 8 p.m. show (something that would have been unthinkable when Bill O’Reilly ruled the 8 p.m. timeslot). She’ll be going up against Don Lemon on CNN and Brian Williams on MSNBC. Bream’s show launches the same night as Laura Ingraham joins the FNC lineup at 10 p.m.

Bream has been with Fox News for 10 years, joining as a Supreme Court correspondent. Before Fox, the lawyer-turned-journalist was a reporter at WRC in Washington, D.C., WBTV in Charlotte, and WFTS in Tampa.

Bream, who was Miss Virginia 1990 when she attended Liberty University, and Miss Florida 1994, practiced law in Tampa before moving to TV news.