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Fox News to change primetime schedule for first time in a decade

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By Doug Powers  •  August 8, 2013 01:35 PM

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Change.

Megyn Kelly will get the 9 p.m. time slot, according to Drudge. No word yet on where Hannity would be moved.

This is part of what Fox News execs were eyeballing before it was subsequently announced that Kelly would be moved to primetime:

While two prime-time programs — The O’Reilly Factor and Hannity — have lost some of their audiences, the channel’s biggest improvement was in total day viewership and is due in large part to the success of America Live With Megyn Kelly. From April through June, the two-hour afternoon news program saw its second-best quarter to date.

Piers Morgan: “Bring it on, Megyn Kelly!”

Now that’s funny. Once again Musket Morgan brings silly string to a gun fight. Oops, sorry about that metaphor, Piers.

Update: Preview of the Megyn Kelly vs. Piers Morgan matchup:

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