“Today’s ruling is a major win for all journalists,” Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes said this morning, after New York’s top court ruled one of his reporters can’t be forced to reveal sources used to cover the Aurora, Colorado...Show More Summary
Another week, another flimsy attack in Gawker's years-long crusade against Fox News and its CEO, Roger Ailes. This time, Gawker excited liberal mass media with a scandalized report on legal minutiae related to a settlement between Fox News and a former executive, Brian Lewis, who headed up public relations for the channel. Show More Summary
Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes founded the Ailes Apprentice Program in 2003 as a diversity program to train young aspiring executives and news reporters, and last week was the graduation ceremony for the ninth class of the program, with speeches delivered by former Virginia Governor Doug Wilder and ad guru Roy Eaton.
In honor of his network's "dedicated support for Wounded Warriors and the military," Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes received an award Monday evening from Comfort for America's Uniformed Services (CAUSE).
FOX News has hired columnist Dr. Ben Carson as a contributor. announced Roger Ailes, Chairman and CEO of the network. Carson will provide analysis and commentary across Fox News Channel’s daytime and primetime programming and will make his debut in the new role on The Kelly File tonight. Show More Summary
Dear Mr. Ailes: I write to convey my alarm over a recent segment smearing immigrant children that aired on Fox News' Special Report. In the piece, Chris Wallace reported false facts linking immigrants to welfare. Even more egregious,...Show More Summary
FOX News Channel (FNC) will unveil its new primetime lineup on Monday, October 7th, marking the 17th anniversary of the network, announced Roger Ailes, Chairman and CEO, FOX News.
BW 9/17/2013 6:45:00 PM FOX News Channel (FNC) will unveil its new primetime lineup on Monday, October 7 th, marking the 17 th anniversary of the network, announced Roger Ailes, Chairman and CEO, FOX News. Greta Van Susteren will officially kick-off the new line-up with her signature On the Record with Greta Van Susteren at 7PM/ET. Show More Summary
Shep Smith was bored. That's what he told Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes during a four-hour dinner, four and a half months ago in Manhattan. That's when Ailes also presented his idea for a new position and role for Smith at Fox...Show More Summary
As CEO of 5WPR, a leading PR agency, I am well aware that personal relationships are vital. Interpersonal skills, relationships and chemistry matter tremendously in business, politics, and in life. History demonstrates occurrences where...Show More Summary
Fox News is using its firing of former executive vice president Brian Lewis as an opportunity to again attack a forthcoming biography by New York writer Gabriel Sherman of chairman and CEO Roger Ailes. The network is attempting to minimize Lewis' importance at Fox while claiming that he is a key Sherman source. Show More Summary
In addition to talking a bit about his lineup–and the world at large–Fox News CEO Roger Ailes also spent a good deal of time at the 21st Century Fox investor conference cracking jokes. A good deal of those came at the expense of Geraldo...Show More Summary
Thursday could not have been a more apt day for Fox News CEO Roger Ailes to hold the 21st Century Fox investor conference, given the big news about Megyn Kelly potentially moving to primetime. When pressed by Neil Cavuto, Ailes avoided...Show More Summary
Fox News CEO Roger Ailes was interviewed by Neil Cavuto at the 21st Century Fox Investors conference today, and he talked a bit about his plans for the channel going forward. As we noted earlier, he declined to address the report onShow More Summary
Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes is being interviewed by Neil Cavuto at this hour in California at a 21st Century Fox investors conference. The first question Cavuto asked was about the rumor that Megyn Kelly will me moving into the 9pmET timeslot this Fall. Show More Summary
"Megyn is an exceptional talent who has successfully filed and surpassed each role we have given her at the network," says Fox News CEO Roger Ailes.
Megyn Kelly is set for a primetime slot on Fox News once she returns from maternity leave. The 42-year-old recently opened up about her return and she’s very excited for the new opportunity. Roger Ailes, chairman and CEO of Fox News, made the announcement that Kelly would return to a primetime lineup. Show More Summary
Megyn Kelly is moving to primetime. The popular Fox News host will move into a primetime slot when she returns from maternity leave. It’s unclear what time slot Kelly will occupy but CEO Roger Ailes clearly wants to put Kelly in a more visible position at the network. Show More Summary
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