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Megyn Kelly Gets Afternoon Show on Fox News

Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly is getting her own show.  Beginning Feb. 1, Kelly, the current America's
co-anchor with Bill Hemmer, will helm her own program from 1-3
p.m. It will replace Live Desk, which is currently co-anchored by
Martha MacCallum and Trace Gallagher. MacCallum will join Hemmer on America's
, which airs from 9-11 a.m. Gallagher will continue to contribute
to various Fox News programs.

"We've been incredibly fortunate to develop two valuable assets in Bill
Hemmer and Megyn Kelly-dividing their journalistic expertise across our daytime
lineup will only serve to broaden our strength as a network," Michael
Clemente, senior VP of news editorial, said in a statement. 

Kelly will continue to do her
Thursday "Kelly File" segment on The
O'Reilly Factor
.  Her new program will focus on the news of
the day and also will include interviews and analysis as well as her
signature legal segment "Kelly's Court."