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Welcome to the Fox News -- at fox news headquarters in New York.
It's in this building seventeen years ago that Fox News revolutionized the way broadcast news is presented to the people.
And it's in this room that we plan to do it all over again.
It's been almost a month since I signed off for the last time from fox report -- what's happened in this studio since then has been nothing short of extraordinary.
Construction crews computer programmers and journalists have been working around the clock to build the Fox News -- From the lights -- to the floor everything has changed and for good reason because you've changed as well.
Viewing patterns are changing the way people consume news is -- is changing.
People -- so Linear -- don't sit down and watch TV at a certain now or you know and stick with the same thing from -- -- show to show.
-- tuning in on your time.
And you're looking for more than just to recap of the stories you followed all day.
We're trying to fuse the old way of doing TV news.
With this new reality witches Smartphones apps the Internet your computer.
Just like Q we get our news across multiple platforms and this is the -- -- viewers can watch us sort it all out as it happens.
Lot of people don't have the time to sit through everything happens and figure out what's true or the street they got from our friends or FaceBook post my friend is actually accurate.
We're gonna do that for them.
We're gonna sift through that information we're gonna find out what true -- a lot of -- But in order for any of that to happen we had to completely overhaul the way our news gathering works it really is going to be a little weird for us -- thank.
It's we're not used to doing our jobs.
But that's where our journalists will be using brand new tools to track developing stories -- bring them to your stream as quickly as possible.
We built an amazing set we introduce some very new.
Some of which have never been used live television production before.
And now we're just real excited about.
And it takes a lot of tools here's one knew when that we've -- this is piece of equipment that's been installed and never been used in broadcast television before.
But it allows me to manipulate this 38 foot long video wall.
For instance I can take his picture and bring it over here take this lady's been evacuating from a hurricane zone -- over here.
I can slide them all down around and -- -- give you an idea of what's happening in a certain area.
Will use all of these people here information specialists to try to make sure things are well vetted and confirmed to the degree that we can and here.
Different items that have come in a report from the New York Times a couple of tweets.
That our information specialists are trying to bring together.
And then over here what the information specialist behind you now.
Have gotten confirmed and they're all working off brand new computer technology.
We call these bats big area touch screens and this allows us to go through all of our vetted sources.
And it compiles the different stories that we may or may not be using.
Into one easy to use platform.
It'll be a seamless effort throughout the day and night all the time on Fox News Channel between the programs.
And the news.
News pops in when news breaks that's sort of the nature of news and we thank you for trusting us for your news and information and I'll see you on the Fox News debt.
Whenever news warrants.
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