Fox News has hired former U.S. Navy SEAL Rob O’Neill as a contributor, announced the network’s chairman and CEO, Roger Ailes. \"Rob O’Neill is an American hero who dedicated his life to serving our country and protecting our freedoms,” said Ailes in the announcement. Show More Summary
Alveda King has been hired as a contributor to the Fox News Channel after a recent meeting with CEO and chairman of the company Roger Ailes.
Following on the heels of upbeat year-end messages from MSNBC president Phil Griffin and CNN president Jeff Zucker, Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes emailed his staff a similarly upbeat message this week, thanking them for their hard work, and reminding them that just because they are the runaway number one cable news network, […]
Fox News Channel’s Ailes Apprentice Program has graduated its 10th class. The diversity initiative, launched by Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes, provides four people a paid yearlong deep dive into Fox News’ operations. Vice President...Show More Summary
Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes has reportedly contacted Ohio Republican Gov. John Kasich about his interest in returning to the conservative network as a guest host. Kasich is one of the most successful Fox News candidates. He joined the network in 2001 as a former congressman and left in 2009 to successfully run for governor. Show More Summary
Fortune is out this week with a “Best advice from CEOs” feature and included in the lineup is Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly.
The Green Beret Foundation honored Fox News Chairman & CEO Roger Ailes and Beth Ailes, Publisher of the Putnam County News & Recorder and Putnam County Courier with the Lifetime Achievement Award for their personal support of the nation’s military and Green Berets. Show More Summary
The president and CEO of Fox News Channel, Roger Ailes, has a well-documented fear of being targeted or assassinated by liberals, gay people, Muslims, even President Obama. To counter these imaginary threats, Ailes has enlisted personal bodyguards, installed dozens of security cameras throughout his homes, and obtained a handgun license. Show More Summary
Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes and anchor Shepard Smith are calling a Gawker story published this morning “100% false and a complete fabrication.” The story titled “How Fox News Shoved Shepard Smith Back Into The Closet,” is based...Show More Summary
Fox News and FOX TV Stations SVP Sharri Berg was honored as the 2014 JCRC Corporate Leader Wednesday night in an event at the Pierre Hotel. Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes, a previous JCRC honoree, introduced Berg. Berg, who has...Show More Summary
Fox News media critic Howard Kurtz reneged on his promise to cover a new biography offering a harsh critique of Fox News CEO Roger Ailes on Fox's media show, #MediaBuzz. On the January 19 edition of #MediaBuzz, Kurtz said he would cover...Show More Summary
In his new biography of Fox News CEO Roger Ailes, New York magazine reporter Gabriel Sherman lays out how Fox hired journalist Peter Boyer after Boyer published an Ailes-friendly profile in The New Yorker. According to Sherman, Ailes...Show More Summary
A new biography of Fox News Chief (and founding CEO) Roger Ailes suggests that he actually believes a lot of the anti-science, anti-clean energy nonsense he puts on the air. Ailes didn't just drink the Kool Aid, he apparently mixed it himself. The post Roger Ailes Bio Reveals Just How Anti-Science, Anti-Clean Energy The Fox News Chief Is appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) claimed that Fox News CEO Roger Ailes favors immigration reform and that Fox News has been balanced in its coverage, which contradicts reports of Ailes' hostile stance towards immigrants and the network's ongoing demagoguery of the issue. Show More Summary
Gabriel Sherman's new book, The Loudest Voice in the Room, reveals some of the paranoia, sexism, and vindictiveness surrounding Fox News CEO Roger Ailes. 2012's The Fox Effect by Media Matters' David Brock and Ari Rabin-Havt also documented Ailes' abrasive personality. Show More Summary
Gabriel Sherman's forthcoming biography of Roger Ailes reveals a pattern of misogyny and sexism from the Fox News CEO. The Loudest Voice in the Room documents numerous examples from Ailes during his years working in television, bothShow More Summary
The unofficial leader of the opposition, everybody: For more than a year, Fox News has waged an intense campaign to discredit Gabriel Sherman’s forthcoming biography of network CEO Roger Ailes. A review of the book, which Media Matters obtained in advance of its Tuesday release, reveals that the network was right to be worried. Among [...]
A new book depicts Fox News CEO Roger Ailes as deeply paranoid about a new biography, his Fox News employees, his rivals, and of course President Obama. The revelations come in New York magazine reporter Gabriel Sherman's forthcoming...Show More Summary
More details from Gabriel Sherman this morning about his forthcoming unauthorized biography of Fox News CEO Roger Ailes. Sherman was a guest for the first 25 minutes of CNN’s “Reliable Sources.” In summary, Sherman told Brian Stelter,...Show More Summary
For more than a year, Fox News has waged an intense campaign to discredit Gabriel Sherman's forthcoming biography of network CEO Roger Ailes. A review of the book, which Media Matters obtained in advance of its Tuesday release, reveals...Show More Summary