When Fox News ‘s new home will be ready?
Fox News announced on Monday that it is planning to move its flagship cable news network to a larger facility in downtown Los Angeles that will be used for its daytime and evening news programs.
Fox News will also be moving its evening newscasts from the Los Angeles Times building to the Los Angles Convention Center in 2019.
“We are pleased to announce our plans to relocate our newsrooms to the convention center in 2019, where we will continue to operate the same way,” the company said in a statement.
Fox said it will open a new newsroom in 2019 in the new space and it plans to bring its evening news team back to Los Angeles in 2020.
The announcement came less than a week after Fox News’ parent company, 21st Century Fox, announced that it was moving the network to the Convention Center, a move that is slated to cost the company more than $600 million over a 30-year period.
The move is a result of the network’s decision to move into the Times building after failing to reach a deal with the newspaper group in 2020 and 2021.
Fox has long been criticized for failing to adequately prepare its newsrooms for the shift to the Times Center.
But it was the Times’ decision to close the Times Building last year that sparked the company’s push to move to a new location.
A recent report by The Los Angeles Examiner found that the Times has made some concessions to get the building ready to host a cable news outlet.
But the company has still struggled to close deals with local media and has struggled to build a robust network in the Times.
Fox, which has said it intends to keep its morning news and talk programs there, has not been able to secure a deal for the Times to take over its afternoon programming.
Fox was the second-largest U.S. cable news organization with 4.5 million total viewers, according to Nielsen data.