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Fox Nation to Honor ‘Everyday Heroes’ at First Patriot Awards This Fall

The inaugural ceremony will take place in Florida on November 6

Make room, awards season, because another ceremony has entered the fray and this one belongs to Fox Media. Fox Nation, the subscription streaming service of Fox News, is holding the inaugural Patriot Awards November 6 in St. Petersburg, Florida.

It will be streamed live on Fox Nation with a later air date on Fox News.

What goes on at Patriot Awards, you ask?

“This one-of-a-kind event will showcase and award American’s finest patriots, including military veterans and first responders, among other inspirational everyday heroes. Fox Nation‘s top personalities will make appearances and serve as presenters at the awards show,” according to the Thursday announcement.

That means viewers will see a full slate of Fox News anchors, including Brian Kilmeade, Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt, Abby Hornacek, Ed Henry, Pete Hegseth, Tom Shillue, Lawrence Jones, David Webb, Kat Timpf, Tammy Bruce, Gregg Jarrett and more.

They’ll be presenting the Patriot Award for Service to Veterans, Most Valuable Patriot (MVP), Patriot Award for First Responders, Patriot Award for the Unsung Hero, The Most Patriotic Sportsman and the Ultimate Patriot Award.

“As we approach the one year anniversary of Fox Nation, we are thrilled to host an event honoring patriots from across the country for their selfless acts of heroism,” said Fox Nation executive vice president John Finley.

He continued, “Fox Nation was created in celebration of our dedicated viewers and we’re excited to engage our loyal audience with an event that pays tribute to the many Americans who serve their communities.”