Fox shifts to social distancing — a bit behind other broadcasters
As of the morning of Monday, March 16, most multi-host shows on the conservative cable network were not implementing “social distancing” practices like other networks and stations phased in.
“Fox & Friends” had Steve Doocy on the “curvy couch” on the mezzanine, Ainsley Earhardt in the “fishbowl” area that features a small work area and video wall and Brian Kilmeade at the “plastic” desk placed on the perimeter of Studio F’s video floor.
“Fox & Friends” often uses this desk during breaking news situations.
“Fox & Friends First,” meanwhile, which originates from Studio J, had one host at the desk as normal and another standing nearby next to a video panel.