- Aug 3, 2009
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But senior Fox News executives said they were not aware Hannity was being billed as the centerpiece of the event or that tea-party organizers were charging for admission to Hannity's show as part of the rally. They first learned of it this morning from John Finley, Hannity's executive producer, who was in Cincinnati to produce Hannity's show, reported the Times' media blog "Show Tracker."
Attendees were being charged a minimum of $5, with seats near Hannity's set going for $20.
Fox pulls Hannity from tea-party rally
I guess all of the Faux News talking heads want in on a piece of that Sarah Palin cash action....