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|Subject: Re: Faux News out of Canada||Date: 11/11/2012 3:30 PM|
|Author: Goofyhoofy||Number: 46200 of 85613|
If you go to Detroit, there is a FOX News station. Within 60 miles of Detroit there are millions of Canadians that can tune in FOX News
No. There is a Fox TV affiliate, which carries entertainment programming and has a local news operation just like most other television stations in the country. Their newsrooms are not run by Roger Ailes, they have no segments of Hannity, O'Reilly, Fox and Friends, or anything else from "Fox News." The station is run by News Corp and carries The Simpsons, X Factor, Glee, some football games and so on. "Fox News" is a cable product, and is not available on over-the-air stations.
Same for WAshington STate.
All along the Canadian border are US stations ..including FOX
No, no, and no. Those are News Corp affiliates, which do not broadcast "Fox News."
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