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Shepard Smith has been a TV journalist since the mid-'80s and a part of FOX News Channel's on-air team since the network launched in 1996, but it's all about 21st-century technology on this midday show, which serves as a replacement for his long-running "Studio B" program. The hourlong show that focuses on breaking news is housed in a newly constructed studio, dubbed the FOX News Deck, that combines technology -- including real-time news feeds and digital media newsgathering -- and social media to bring the latest news to viewers across a number of FNC platforms.

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aired 61 days ago
Shepard Smith pulls together new technologies and social media to bring viewers the latest in news.
aired 62 days ago
Shepard Smith pulls together new technologies and social media to bring viewers the latest in news.
aired 63 days ago
Shepard Smith pulls together new technologies and social media to bring viewers the latest in news.
aired 64 days ago
Shepard Smith pulls together new technologies and social media to bring viewers the latest in news.
aired 65 days ago
Shepard Smith pulls together new technologies and social media to bring viewers the latest in news.
aired 68 days ago
Shepard Smith pulls together new technologies and social media to bring viewers the latest in news.
aired 69 days ago
Shepard Smith pulls together new technologies and social media to bring viewers the latest in news.
aired 70 days ago
Shepard Smith pulls together new technologies and social media to bring viewers the latest in news.
aired 71 days ago
Shepard Smith pulls together new technologies and social media to bring viewers the latest in news.
aired 72 days ago
Shepard Smith pulls together new technologies and social media to bring viewers the latest in news.
aired 75 days ago
Shepard Smith pulls together new technologies and social media to bring viewers the latest in news.
aired 76 days ago
Shepard Smith pulls together new technologies and social media to bring viewers the latest in news.
aired 77 days ago
Shepard Smith pulls together new technologies and social media to bring viewers the latest in news.
aired 78 days ago
Shepard Smith pulls together new technologies and social media to bring viewers the latest in news.
aired 79 days ago
Shepard Smith pulls together new technologies and social media to bring viewers the latest in news.
aired 82 days ago
Shepard Smith pulls together new technologies and social media to bring viewers the latest in news.
aired 83 days ago
Shepard Smith pulls together new technologies and social media to bring viewers the latest in news.
aired 84 days ago
Shepard Smith pulls together new technologies and social media to bring viewers the latest in news.
aired 85 days ago
Shepard Smith pulls together new technologies and social media to bring viewers the latest in news.
aired 86 days ago
Shepard Smith pulls together new technologies and social media to bring viewers the latest in news.
aired 89 days ago
Shepard Smith pulls together new technologies and social media to bring viewers the latest in news.

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