Sean Hannity’s Daily Radio Show Monologues Will Soon Be Available for Download on Fox Nation

By A.J. Katz Comment

Fox News Channel has announced that cable news’ No. 1 voice, Sean Hannity is coming to the network’s new subscription based OTT platform, Fox Nation.

On Jan. 30, Fox Nation will launch Hannity On Air. The new show is going to be a livestream of Hannity’s monologue on his nationally syndicated radio program The Sean Hannity Show, which traditionally lasts 15-17 minutes. Hannity On Air will be available for download weekdays after 3 p.m. ET, which is when he gives The Sean Hannity Show opening monologue from his New York radio studio.

The Sean Hannity Show broadcasts from 3 – 6 p.m. ET.

“We could not be more thrilled to have Sean host his own program on Fox Nation,” Fox News svp of development and production John Finley said in a statement. “He has undoubtedly made a permanent mark in the media landscape as a prominent host in both television and talk radio, and we are looking forward to our subscribers receiving exclusive content from him.”

Hannity added, “I am passionate about my monologues and can’t wait to give the people more. Thank you to my loyal followers for making me the most-watched show in all of cable, and one of the top talk radio programs in the country.”

Fox Nation launched in November 2018, and features more than 600 hours of content, including daily short-form conservative opinion programming, historic documentaries and investigative series from a variety of Fox News personalities.

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