By
G. McConway
|
November 4, 2022

CNBC Cancels ‘The News with Shepard Smith’

Another former Fox News star is finding that the grass is not always greener.

Chris Wallace has been struggling to gain grip at CNN.

But someone we have all but forgotten about is having an even worse problem

Canceled

Remember Shepard Smith?

He left Fox News on his high horse, then signed a mega-deal with CNBC.

Honestly, I had forgotten this man even existed, and so did everyone else, apparently.

Word has come down from the high tower that Smith's show has been canceled.

Smith was given the primo 7 p.m. slot, but he never delivered viewers.

Like CNN, CNBC recently had a change at the top of the power structure, and moving away from the anti-Trump narrative was a priority.

KC Sullivan, the new president of CNBC, wanted to "prioritize and focus on our core strengths of business news and personal finance."

In a memo to staffers, he further stated, "This is key in our efforts to continue building on our position as the number one global business news brand and to connect with new audiences of all kinds interested in their financial future.

We need to further invest in business news content that provides our audiences actionable understanding of the complex developments in global markets and the implications on institutions, investors and individuals.

"During times of flux and uncertainty, our place in the lives of those we touch on-air, online and in person becomes even clearer, and more essential."

It took Sullivan all of about five seconds to realize that Smith was a partisan hack, and he was cut from the lineup.

Smith's show will be replaced with all business news.

Perhaps Smith can join Cuomo on NewsNation.

Source: Newsmax

Don't Wait
We publish the objective news, period. If you want the facts, then sign up below and join our movement for objective news:
Top News
Newsletter
Get news from American Digest in your inbox.
By submitting this form, you are consenting to receive marketing emails from: American Digest, 3000 S. Hulen Street, Ste 124 #1064, Fort Worth, TX, 76109, US, http://americandigest.com. You can revoke your consent to receive emails at any time by using the SafeUnsubscribe® link, found at the bottom of every email. Emails are serviced by Constant Contact.