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FOX News Channelís Shepard Smith airs Hurricane Sandy specials

By April Neale Apr 1, 2013, 17:27 GMT

FOX News Channelís Shepard Smith airs Hurricane Sandy specials

Tune in alert for Fox News Channel\'s Shepard Smith, who will be anchoring both of his programs from Seaside Heights, NJ today to reflect on Hurricane Sandy.

Tune in alert for Fox News Channel's Shepard Smith, who will be anchoring both of his programs from Seaside Heights, NJ today to reflect on Hurricane Sandy.

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FOX News Channelís (FNC) Shepard Smith will anchor Studio B (3-4PM ET) and The FOX Report (7-8PMET) live from Seaside Heights, NJ on Monday, April 1st to reflect on the nearly six months since Hurricane Sandy. Both programs will take an in-depth look at the impact and devastation caused by the storm as well as the efforts the city and government are making to rebuild in time for the upcoming tourism season.  Also, Smith will sit down with Mayor William Akers for an overview of the areaís progress.

Additionally, the special programs will feature contributions from FNC senior correspondent Rick Leventhal, who will report from Bay Head, NJ on the setbacks and frustrations felt by those who are trying to rebuild their homes as well as chief FOX Report correspondent Jonathan Hunt who will speak with local business owners in Belmar, NJ about the challenges they face in preparing for the summer.  Also, Washington correspondent Shannon Bream will report from Washington, DC on FEMAís involvement in the relief efforts and the new flood maps theyíre creating.

Furthermore, Smith will also look at Sandyís impact on New York by taking a helicopter tour with WNYW chopper reporter Jim Smith of some of the areas that were most heavily affected by the storm, including: Breezy Point, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island as well as parts of Manhattan.

Monday, April 1st at 3PM/ET and 7PM/ET on FNC.

 

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