Fox News lands book deal with HarperCollins

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The Fox News Channel is launching its own line of books authored by its conservative commentators and hosts, the company announced in a statement this week.

The news network has inked a deal with News Corporation’s HarperCollins for a new publishing platform called Fox News Books. News Corporation is the former parent company of Fox News and its sister network Fox Business.

“The combination of Fox News Media’s powerful content and marketing with HarperCollins’ print, digital and audiobook publishing and distribution…is a winning combination for authors, readers, listeners and viewers of Fox News Media everywhere,” Brian Murray, the president and chief executive of HarperCollins, said in a press release.

Fox News Books will make its debut in late November with the publication of “Modern Warriors: Real Stores from Real Heroes,” a book penned by Fox News personality Pete Hegseth that franchises a Fox News-produced show of the same name. Modern Warriors airs on conservative streaming network Fox Nation.

News anchor Shannon Bream will also debut a book under the Fox News Books line early next year. Bream’s book was described as “an inspirational, faith-based publication celebrating the women of the Bible,” according to a statement.

The Fox News Channel is owned by Fox Corporation.

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