FOX News Presents Live Coverage of President Obama’s 2013 State of the Union Address

  FOX News Presents Live Coverage of President Obama’s 2013 State of the Union

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NEW YORK -- February 7, 2013

Fox News Channel (FNC) will present live coverage of the State of the Union
address and the Republican response from Washington D.C. on Tuesday, February
12^th, beginning at 8:55PM/ET. Special Report’s Bret Baier will anchor the
special coverage with contributions from a rotating team of commentators
including: political analyst Juan Williams and FNC contributors Charles
Krauthammer and Nina Easton. Additionally, chief White House correspondent Ed
Henry and chief congressional correspondent Mike Emanuel will provide live
reports from the White House and Capitol Hill, respectively.

On the FOX Broadcasting Company, FNC’s Shepard Smith will anchor separate live
coverage beginning at 9:00PM/ET. FOX News Sunday host Chris Wallace will join
Smith to provide analysis of the address and the Republican response.

FNC’s special programming will include:

  *8:00-8:55PM/ET – The O’Reilly Factor
  *8:55-10:40PM/ET – State of the Union Address, the Republican Response and
    post-address analysis anchored by Bret Baier  live from Washington. (live)
  *10:40-11:00PM/ET – On The Record with Greta Van Susteren (live)
  *11:00PM-12:00AM/ET – Hannity (live) will feature a live webcast from its New York headquarters
starting at 8:50PM/ET. Anchored by FNC’s Harris Faulkner, the program will
also include guest experts and political insiders. Additionally, there will be
multiple live video streams and photo galleries from the event, which viewers
can access via:

FOX News Radio (FNR) will offer coverage beginning at 9PM/ET, anchored by
FNR’s senior national correspondent Rich Johnson along with political analyst
Jeff Birnbaum and White House correspondent Mike Majchrowitz. Listeners can
log on at:


FOX News Media Contact:
Irena Briganti, 212-301-3608
Pamela Gomez, 212-301-3047
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