New York, NY – “Fox and Friends”, Fox News morning news show has received a record 5th Emmy nomination for Outstanding Children’s Program. “We here at Fox and Friends are extremely proud of this nomination. Our dedication to making the news understandable to developing and immature minds is something that just comes naturally to us.” said Fox News spokesman June Trapman. “Kids don’t like big fancy schmancy news and neither do we.”
Trapman said the entire staff assembles every morning to discuss the latest news stories. “Usually, at least one person in the room understands a story enough to explain it to everyone else. If no one volunteers to explain it, we usually look it up on the internet. We also have one staff member with a passport. He’s been to Canada and Aruba with his wife and he helps us understand any international news.”
Although this is “Fox and Friends” fifth nomination, they have yet to win the coveted award. However, the news staff is extremely optimistic this year. “We’ve doubled our efforts this year in an attempt to win this category. “ said Trapman. “We’ve even added some animated segments to compete with that ‘sponge’ show.” “SpongeBob SquarePants” has won the award the past 5 years.