A former frequent on-air guest at Fox News says that a Fox consultant and top lieutenant to Roger Ailes, the network’s late founder and longtime CEO, sexually harassed her repeatedly for more than a year, including dangling the possibility of a paid job at Fox if she would have sex with him. The allegation appears in […]
A year after a sexual harassment lawsuit resulted in the resignation of Fox News CEO Roger Ailes, the media giant still faces workplace problems.
Was former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes hiding illegitimate children before his sudden death? RadarOnline.com has learned Ailes’ will alludes to the possibility of other kids out there. As Radar reported, Ailes, who was busy fighting a whirlwind of sexual assault allegations from former staffers, died May 18 after a fall at his Palm Beach, Florida mansion. In Read More
Fox News will reportedly drop its iconic "Fair and Balanced" slogan, the tagline coined by former CEO Roger Ailes when the network was launched in 1996. This site offers high-end watch brands at some of the most competitive prices you'll...Show More Summary
Fox News will reportedly drop its iconic "Fair and Balanced" slogan, the tagline coined by former CEO Roger Ailes when the network was launched in 1996. New York Magazine's Gabriel Sherman reported on Wednesday that Fox News will noShow More Summary
The late former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes created the controversial slogan when he launched the network in 1996.
Roiled by the departures of former CEO Roger Ailes and ratings star Bill O’Reilly, Fox News is facing an uncertain future as ratings slip for the first time in decades and viewers migrate to other platforms. Vanity Fair‘s Sarah Ellison wrote that the departure of rising star Megyn Kelly...
Fox News is in turmoil right now. A sexual harassment scandal saw the network not only lose their chairman and CEO in Roger Ailes, but multiple anchors. Then, Megyn Kelly
Roger Ailes, former Fox News Chairman and CEO, died last week at 77-years-old. Many have written personal tributes and memorials to the man who shaped the landscape of cable news, but there’s one person who doesn’t remember Roger Ailes...Show More Summary
The son of ex-Fox News CEO Roger Ailes says he’s coming after those who he believes betrayed his father. The elder Ailes died last Thursday from complications from a head injury after a fall about a week prior. He also suffered from the blood disorder hemophilia. Show More Summary
Roger Ailes‘ grief-ridden son reportedly used his father’s eulogy to publicly lash out out at the women who accused the former Fox News CEO of sexual harassment. According to reports, Zachary Ailes, 17, addressed mourners gathered at St. Edward Roman Catholic church in Palm Beach, Florida, on Saturday during the funeral for his father, delivering Read More
From Laura Ingraham’s Lifezette blog: Friends and family of former Fox News chairman and founding CEO Roger Ailes gathered together and mourned his death Saturday during an intimate service at the St. Edward Roman Catholic Church in Palm Beach, Florida. Show More Summary
Readers respond to former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly's assertion that the late CEO endured hate
During Roger Ailes’ Saturday funeral service, his son Zachary, reportedly made a point to threaten the people who had “betrayed” his father, Fox New’s founder and former CEO. “I want all the people who betrayed my father to know that...Show More Summary
Roger Ailes, founder of Fox News, has died at age 77. Roger Ailes, the controversial, visionary founder of Fox News who was forced out of the company amid a sexual harassment scandal, has died aged 77. Ailes, a former presidential adviser,...Show More Summary
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
Given that the anchors of Fox News barely addressed their former CEO Roger Ailes being forced out of the network last year, it was hard to predict how they’d handle the announcement of his death Thursday. But despite the degree to which Fox is still very much grappling with the corporate culture Ailes allegedly… Read more...
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.
Bill O’Reilly blames the public’s relentless ridicule for Roger Ailes‘ death, blasting those against the former Fox News CEO in a scathing statement. O’Reilly, who is currently fighting sexual harassment lawsuits of his own, wrote an article in USA Today hours after his ex boss’ sudden passing. “To say that Roger Ailes led a full Read More