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George Zimmerman gives first interview to Fox News

And the first media outlet to score an interview with Travon Martin shooter George Zimmerman is…

Fox News!

Sean Hannity will air an exclusive hour-long  interview with Zimmerman tonight at 9 p.m. (What, he didn’t choose to go on 60 Minutes?) The former neighborhood-watch volunteer is charged with second-degree murder in the case of the Florida teenager’s death.

On Hannity, Zimmerman will discuss the night of Martin’s shooting and the dramatic aftermath. Fox News says that Zimmerman’s defense attorney Mark O’Mara will answer questions about his client’s case and reports circulating about his bail donations and hidden money. Will you watch?

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Fox News rewards Sean Hannity with new deal

Sean Hannity will continue to be at Fox News for the foreseeable future. The conservative firebrand signed another multi-year deal that will keep him with the cable network that’s been his home since 1996 for at least another four years. “It’s been an honor and privilege to work alongside the incredible team at FOX News, whose talent is unparalleled,” Hannity said, in a statement. “In true Roger Ailes form, he saw something in me that no one else did and afforded me the opportunity to achieve incredible success. I look forward to many more years to come.”

Hannity’s eponymous show is the second most watched show in cable news, averaging more than 2.1 million viewers each night.

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Fox News to sign Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity to multi-year deals

To no one’s surprise, cable-news stars Bill O’Reilly and Sean Hannity are close to signing new multi-year deals with Fox News. EW has confirmed a Deadline report that the two evening anchors’ new contracts will keep them both at Fox at least through 2016, which would mark their 20th years with the No. 1 cable news network.

The O’Reilly Factor is the long-running top-rated news show on cable, averaging approximately 2.8 million viewers each night. Hannity pulls in about 2.1 million at a later hour.

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