Friday, May 26, 2023

Fox News, Fox Audio To Commemorate Memorial Day

FOX News Media (FNM) will present a slate of patriotic veteran-themed programming throughout the week in honor of Memorial Day.

Led by FOX News Channel’s (FNC) signature morning show FOX & Friends (weekdays, 6-9 AM/ET), co-hosts Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt and Brian Kilmeade will helm the show from FOX Square, the plaza outside the network’s headquarters in New York City, in front of a live audience. On Friday, May 26th, FOX & Friends’ All-American Summer Concert Series will kickoff its 15th season with Grammy-award winning band 3 Doors Down. Sponsored by Lowe’s, the band will perform for members of the United States Navy and Coast Guard while fans are treated to Dickey’s BBQ throughout the show.

Weekend coverage will once again commence with FOX & Friends Weekend, as co-hosts Will Cain, Rachel Campos-Duffy and veteran Johnny “Joey” Jones feature patriotic tributes to the nation’s veterans along with Tunnel to Towers Foundation Chairman and CEO Frank Siller. The U.S. Marine Corps and Navy Ceremonial marching bands will also perform live throughout the program. A former Staff Sergeant, Jones served eight years in the Marine Corps with tours in Iraq and Afghanistan before an IED ended his career as a bomb technician, forever changing his life. On June 27th, he will release his first book, “Unbroken Bonds of Battle,” published by FOX News Books, which he will preview this weekend while honoring his family in arms whom he credits to helping him through his arduous recovery process.

On Sunday, May 28th at 8 PM/ET, FNC’s chief political anchor Bret Baier will host The Unauthorized History of the Korean War. The program will examine the history of the Korean War, how the brutal fighting tested the nation’s resolve in the fight against communism and why the Cold War conflict remains a central issue for America to this day. FOX & Friends Weekend co-host Pete Hegseth, a retired infantry Captain in the Army National Guard, will also helm a primetime special on Memorial Day at 8 PM/ET entitled Modern Warriors: War on Warriors. The special will take an inside look at the military today and speak with veterans about the impact progressive policies are having on its defensive edge.

FOX News Audio will also present three hour-long specials to be offered to the FOX News Radio affiliate network in honor of Memorial Day. Each special will also be offered as podcasts through the FOX News Podcasts portfolio and through subscription-service FOX News Podcasts+. Details on the specials, which are hosted by State Department Correspondent Benjamin Hall, FOX & Friends Weekend co-host Will Cain and FOX & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade respectively are below:Benjamin Hall: The Voices of America’s Silent Heroes - FOX News State Department Correspondent and New York Times best-selling author Benjamin Hall, narrates his life story along with appearances from his friends, family, and the heroes that have impacted his life in the most profound ways. Based on the success of his book, "Saved," Benjamin provides an intimate glimpse into his recovery after returning home from reporting on the war in Ukraine, where he was catastrophically injured in an attack that look the lives of his colleagues.

The Will Cain Podcast: Defending The Essence of America - FOX & Friends Weekend Co-Host Will Cain explores the topic of declining patriotism in America. Cain offers five principles that highlight what makes America worth fighting for. Additionally, he reflects on the life of a former Navy SEAL who passed away after battling not only the physical wounds he received but also the invisible wounds that remained.

The Brian Kilmeade Show: Iraq: 20 Years Later - What would have happened if the U.S. never entered Iraq in 2003? What would that country look like today? Would America be less safe if it didn’t deliver “shock and awe” 20 years ago? FOX & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade explores these questions with guests as they discuss how capturing dictator Saddam Hussein changed that country, and ours forever.

Additionally, all military and veterans will receive their first year of FOX Nation for free when signing up by visiting

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