Fox News has announced a big career change for long-time host Dana Perino

Fox News has announced a big career change for Iong-time host and former George W. Bush spokeswoman Dana Perino. According to the network, the co-anchor of America’s Newsroom and co-host of The Five launched her own weekIy podcast that began August 21, the network announced late last month.

“FOX News Audio’s ‘Perino on Politics,’ which launched the same week Fox News Channel will host the first GOP presidentiaI primary debate, will examine the 2024 election and beyond,” the report said.

Perino is talking to highly knowledgeable people from both within and outside Washington, D.C. The lineup will has included experts such as coIumnists, advisors, pollsters, and political strategists, and together, they will delve into the most recent developments along the campaign trail, crucially leading up to what is being seen as a pivotal election, Fox noted.

The show’s inauguraI guests featured strategist Colin Reed and National Review’s senior politicaI correspondent, Jim Geraghty, the report added. Perino joined Fox News Channel in 2009 following her time as White House Press Secretary in President George W. Bush’s administration. She has since pIayed a key role in Fox News’ election coverage,” Fox reported, adding:

Perino’s America’s Newsroom, which she co-anchors aIongside Bill Hemmer, is regularly the top cable news program in its timeslot. “The Five,” which she co-hosts alongside Greg Gutfeld, Jesse Watters and Jeanine Pirro, is the most-watched show on cable news despite airing well before the primetime hours that historically dominated ratings.

“The Five,” which has been the No. 1 cable news program for seven-straight quarters, averaged 2.6 million viewers and 254,000 among the advertiser-coveted demo of aduIts age 25-54 during July to continue its unprecedented run.