Earlier this week at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes was awarded the 10th annual Bradley Prize from...
Fox News CEO Roger Ailes was awarded the Bradley Prize by the Bradley Foundation, which recognizes people who have contributed to helping promote the free market and limited government, as well as those who have provided “a vigorousShow More Summary
Fox News CEO Roger Ailes emailed with Politico’s Jim VandeHei and Mike Allen, to talk about a new book by Bloomberg View columnist Jonathan Alter. Alter’s book is about the 2012 election campaign, but there are also elements about the...Show More Summary
Fox News CEO Roger Ailes’ May 23 stirring letter to Fox employees will be remembered as a turning point in the battle for freedom of the press in the age of Obama. The Ailes letter, denouncing the Obama administration’s trampling on the First Amendment, should be seen, of course, as a strong defense of Fox correspondent James Rosen. Show More Summary
Fox News Chairman Roger Ailes sent a memo to the channel's staff critical of the Obama administration in the wake of revelations that the Justice Department was probing phone and email communications by Fox News reporter James Rosen and described him as a “possible co-conspirator” in violations of the Espionage Act.
FOX News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes will be honored with the $250,000 Bradley Prize for being a "visionary of American journalism" on June 12 at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. "Roger Ailes has been a visionary,” declared Michael W. Show More Summary
So did Geraldo have his mic cut? The rumor goes that Fox News CEO Roger Ailes was fed up with the television host defending the Obama administration in the days before the 2012 election that he ordered Geraldo’s microphone to be shut off. A new book claims there is truth to the rumor, though that [...]Show More Summary
An excerpt in the New York Times from a new book by Jonathan Alter on the 2012 Presidential election features quite the tale about Fox News, and CEO Roger Ailes. The Center Holds: Obama and His Enemies, recalls one day last November when Geraldo Rivera was on “Fox & Friends” to talk about Benghazi. Show More Summary
Glenn Beck is engaging in a bit of revisionst history concerning his Fox News exit. At an April 27 event at New York University, Beck portrayed his departure as self-initiated and suggested that Fox CEO Roger Ailes pleaded with him to stay, explaining: "If you stay in it too long, you become Norma Desmond. Show More Summary
Fox News CEO Roger Ailes got his authorized biography this month, Roger Ailes: Off Camera. TVNewser covered the book and its reception among critics and television news personalities. Check it out: Zev Chafets, is making the TV news rounds this week to promote the book. Show More Summary
Following the release of a biography about his life and career by Zev Chafets, Fox News CEO Roger Ailes talks to Howard Kurtz in The Daily Beast about some of the things mentioned in the book. In particular, Ailes talked about the departures of contributors Sarah Palin and Dick Morris. “I like Sarah Palin,” Ailes says. Show More Summary
The author of the new biography of Fox News CEO Roger Ailes, Zev Chafets, is making the TV news rounds this week to promote the book. Yesterday Chafets appeared on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” CNN’s “The Situation Room” and Fox News...Show More Summary
Today Zev Chafets‘ biography of Fox News CEO Roger Ailes Roger Ailes: Off Camera, hits bookstores. We’ve been combing through the book, and will be highlighting a few noteworthy portions. One of the recurring themes in the biographyShow More Summary
I really wish Roger Ailes, Fox News' high-profile CEO, wouldn't say things like this.
Typically, when cable news anchors or hosts talk about their competition, they are talking about other anchors or hosts on competing networks. Over the last 24 hours however, Fox News CEO Roger Ailes has been the subject of a numberShow More Summary
Politico’s Dylan Byers has an item today about dueling memoirs focusing on Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes, and the birth of Fox News. As we have reported, Zev Chafets is apparently working with Ailes on an authorized book about...Show More Summary
Fox News continues to use offensive terms to refer to undocumented immigrants despite recent comments from CEO Roger Ailes that Fox "needs a new message on immigration." A Media Matters analysis found that Fox News figures and guests...Show More Summary
Fox News CEO Roger Ailes recently attacked President Obama in an interview with The New Republic, claiming that Obama "likes to divide people into groups... He's too busy getting the middle class to hate rich people, blacks to hate whites. Show More Summary
Roger Ailes, the Fox News' high-profile CEO, realizes that the Republican Party has a serious demographic problem, most notably when it comes to Latino voters. But Ailes told The New Republic that he's on the case.
In an interview with The New Republic, Fox News CEO Roger Ailes talks about the network’s effort to grow its Hispanic viewership. “The fact is, we have a lot—Republicans have a lot more opportunity for them,” Ailes says. “If I’m going to risk my life to run over the fence to get into America, I want to win. Show More Summary