NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–FOX News Media will continue to present live coverage of the ceremonies and acts commemorating the life of Queen Elizabeth II before and during the funeral on Monday, September 19e. Editor of FOX News Channel (FNC) and anchor of The story Martha MacCallum will continue to lead the network’s coverage live from London, England.
Starting 4:00 a.m. ET on Monday, September 19eFNC to Present Special Live Coverage of Queen Elizabeth II’s Funeral Preempting FOX and friends until 9 a.m. ET. At the Canada Gate anchorage at Buckingham Palace, MacCallum will be joined by FOX and friends co-host Ainsley Earhardt and TalkTV’s (News UK) Uncensored host Piers Morgan as the oldest female monarch is laid to rest.
Live reporting and contributions will also be provided from London across FNC’s daytime and primetime programming by FNC correspondents Greg Palkot, Amy Kellogg, Jonathan Hunt and Alex Hogan.
FOX News Digital will share nonstop updates in a live blog at FOXNews.comwhile FOX News Audio will also provide coverage across all platforms, including FOX News Headlines 24/7, the FOX News Hourly Update Podcast and FOX News Radio affiliates nationwide. FOX News Media’s overseas subscription streaming service, FOX News International (FNI), will also carry all live coverage of Monday’s funeral. FNI is available in 44 countries around the world, including Great Britain, via iOS and Android mobile devices as well as Apple TV, Android TV, Google TV, Roku and Amazon Fire TV connected devices.
Additionally, new content from FOX Nation surrounding the historic news event includes “Queen Elizabeth II: For the Love of Country,” and documentaries titled “Fox Nation 101: The British Monarchy » and “Who is Prince Charles?”
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