Morning Changes To Fox News Live: Hemmer & Kelly To 9am; Scott To 12pm

By Brian 

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Bill Hemmer is leaving his noon time slot and Megyn Kelly is becoming a weekday anchor. Those are two of the changes Fox News is making, a source tells ICN.

Hemmer and Kelly will anchor from 9 to 11am, replacing Jon Scott, who is moving to the noon to 1pm slot. (No word on whether it’ll be called Fox Online.) E.D. Hill will host from 11 a.m. to noon. The rest of the afternoon schedule remains the same…

> Update: 4:33pm: From an e-mailer: “Do you think this is FNC’s ‘answer’ to Heidi Collins at 9am? Seeing that ED Hill is ‘played out’ (when is her contract up, it most certainly won’t be renewed) and Jon Scott isn’t exactly demo candy, eh.”

> Update: 4:36pm: “I like the idea off Megyn and Bill working together — I think a two hour stint with two anchors and regular segments will make viewers tune in more often,” a commenter says…

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