Fox News certainly finds itself in a situation of flux in the wake of Bill O'Reilly's departure and adjustments to its prime time line-up, but the network is far from being out for the count.
Fox News ratings have declined since the ouster of star host Bill O'Reilly.
We should probably begin by acknowledging the obvious: Sean Hannity, by all indications, is not very bright. If Bill O’Reilly came off like a true believer, and Rush Limbaugh like a crass opportunist, Hannity has always seemed like the big dumb oaf who didn’t know any better, and gleefully repeated for his Fox News audience […]
Fox News’ primetime ratings continue to tumble after the departure of longtime host Bill O’Reilly. The once impregnable primetime lineup built by the late Roger Ailes, and torn asunder by the Murdoch brothers, finished third in the advertiser-coveted A25-54 demo last week. The last time that happened was June 9, 2000. After Fox fired O’Reilly […]
Bill O’Reilly reportedly has various options when it comes to a 2.0 version of The O’Reilly Factor (assuming he holds rights to that name) on another television network. His TV career comeback could start sooner rather than later. O’Reilly...Show More Summary
When Fox News cut Bill O’Reilly loose, I said it was the beginning of the end for them. Considering their current ratings, looks like I was right. Their lineup was
Ratings are dropping for Fox News, America’s usual No. 1 cable news broadcaster. After a series of sexual harassment scandals that led to the ouster of star anchor Bill O’Reilly and founder Roger Ailes, who recently died, the network...Show More Summary
Bill O’Reilly has announced he will join fellow Fox News exile Glenn Beck for weekly appearances on Beck’s radio show on The Blaze “until Beck gets tired of me,” O’Reilly said. From HuffPost: O’Reilly made the announcement Monday on his “No Spin News” podcast. Show More Summary
Reports on the death of former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly were nothing more than fake news.
Readers respond to former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly's assertion that the late CEO endured hate
The Daily Dot reports: Fox News founder Roger Ailes officially died of complications from “a subdural hematoma” after falling and hitting his head in his home. But according to Bill O’Reilly that is incorrect. His former boss died because...Show More Summary
President Trump has made a great deal of patriotism, or nationalism: “America First.” “Make America Great Again.” And so on. But sometimes his actions belie his claims to patriotism. In an interview for Fox News, Bill O’Reilly said to the president, “Putin’s a killer.” The president replied, “There are a lot of killers. Show More Summary
Despite the fact that Bill O'Reilly and Roger Ailes are no longer at the network, Fox News has been able to maintain it's strong ratings. Video provided by TheStreet
Some would say Roger Ailes didn't have much to live for after last year's career-ending sexual harassment scandal. But Bill O'Reilly, fellow Fox News fallen angel, knows exactly who to blame for the former network head's recent death: the haters and losers! A coroner's report determined Ailes died on Thursday after an earlier fall caused a bleed [...]
Former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes died on Thursday as a result of complications after falling and hitting his head at his home the previous week. But Bill O’Reilly, who worked with Ailes for decades, blames the nation’s “hatred” for his...Show More Summary
Bill O’Reilly alleged that the sexual harassment scandal engulfing former Fox News Chief Executive Officer Roger Ailes dealt him a fatal blow. The disgraced former Fox News anchor penned a heartfelt obituary to his former boss, who died on Thursday from a brain injury caused from a fall at his home...
Bill O’Reilly, who briefly shared the role of former key player at Fox News with his longtime boss Roger Ailes, is opening up about Ailes’ death. In an opinion piece published by USA Today, O’Reilly, whose sudden exit from Fox...
Former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly said the "brutal hatred" Roger Ailes experienced killed the late former Fox News chief. Both O'Reilly and Ailes were ousted from the network amid allegations of sexual harassment. Ailes, who resigned...Show More Summary
According to Bill O’Reilly, what actually killed Roger Ailes was hate. I have to agree… that and a broken heart and spirit. Ailes was the founding CEO of Fox News.
To ex-Fox News host Bill O'Reilly, the late Roger Ailes was a "force of nature with an agenda," he writes in a tribute to his former boss in USA Today. O'Reilly explains Ailes' ultimate goal—to "infuse America with traditional philosophy and see to it that conservatives like him were...