Fox News Channel’s Sean Hannity Shares How He Became The Longest-Running Primetime Cable Host

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Fox News Channel’s Sean Hannity Shares How He Became The Longest-Running Primetime Cable Host

Andy MeekSenior ContributorI cover the news media industry, including print, digital, and cable.FollowApr 21, 2022,10:30am EDTListen to article10 minutes

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Fox News’ Sean Hannity, right, interviews actor-director Sean Penn. FOX NEWS

As drama, gossip, and industry chatter has swirled around the 9 pm hour in cable news — with MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow now scaling back her time on air, while CNN has yet to settle on a permanent replacement following Chris Cuomo’s ouster — the anchor in that time slot over at Fox News has just broken a record.

As of Thursday, April 21, Fox host Sean Hannity is now the longest-running primetime cable news host in TV history, surpassing the record previously held by the late Larry King. For more than 25 years, Hannity has been a mainstay of the

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