Baltimore Business Journal — A major new theme park and a major investment in the city’s downtown will be among the topics covered at Fox Business’ 2017 agenda, the network announced on Tuesday.
Fox Business will be unveiling its 2017 agenda at its spring and summer programming block in Atlanta, Atlanta-based Fox Sports Group announced.
It will also be featured on Fox News Channel at the network’s programming block and on Fox Business Network at the company’s flagship channel.
The network will be highlighting the region and its economic and economic development initiatives, including its expansion of its retail and hospitality businesses and the expansion of the Baltimore Beltline, which will be highlighted in its agenda.
Fox News will be featuring several guests including Fox Business CEO Roger Ailes and Fox Business anchor Steve Doocy, according to the network.
Fox’s 2017 agenda includes a focus on the state of the economy, jobs, government, the presidential race, immigration, the economy and national security.
The company is also expected to host a series of live, in-depth interviews with top executives from the Fortune 500 companies.
The announcement comes less than two weeks after Fox News host Tucker Carlson took to Fox News’ airwaves to warn viewers that the news media’s bias against President Donald Trump is harming his brand and reputation.
Carlson also made a public appeal to advertisers and viewers to shun Trump, the Republican.
The ratings of Fox News dropped more than 60 percent from the first quarter of 2018 to the second quarter of 2019, according a study by Media Research Center.