Programming Changes at Fox News

Bill O’Reilly is no longer with Fox News. He served as host and executive producer of The O’Reilly Factor since 1996. O’Reilly previously held roles as an anchor for Inside Edition, a foreign correspondent at CBS News, and anchor for KMGH-TV in Denver and WCBS-TV in New York. The O’Reilly Factor time slot will be filled by Tucker Carlson Tonight, which moves to 8 p.m from 9 p.m. Jesse Watters will replace Eric Bolling as host of The Five, which will move to 9 p.m from 5 p.m. Bolling will get his own yet-to-be-titled program, which will air from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. starting on May 1. Martha MacCallum will anchor a new program, The Story with Martha MacCallum, that will also premiere on May 1, replacing The First 100 Days, which will have its final broadcast on April 28. For more updates from Fox News, follow on Twitter.