Roger Ailes’ death has been ruled an accident stemming from complications of a subdural hematoma, RadarOnline.com can reveal. In a report obtained by Radar from the Palm Beach County Medical Examiner’s Office, it states the late 77-year-old’s death as, “Complications of subdural hematoma due to blunt head trauma due to fall,” while dubbing the manner Read More
Fox News Channel quietly dropped its trademark “fair and balanced” slogan last year. The change was made in August 2016, a month after the departure of Fox News founding chairman Roger Ailes, who was ousted a month earlier in connection with sexual harassment allegations. Ailes died on May 18....
Now that Roger Ailes’ “pantsuit ban” has been lifted, female anchors can wear whatever they want.
With Roger Ailes now safely interred (one hopes), are they really shedding the pretense that they're a fair and impartial arbiter? Of course not. This is just more rebranding. An effort to move past the Ailes era. Source: CNN The Fox...Show More Summary
Fox News dropped its 20-year-old tag line "Fair & Balanced" due to the phrase's connections to Roger Ailes. Video provided by Newsy
Whether or not Fox News was ever fair and balanced, it's officially no longer "Fair and Balanced." New York reports the network decided to drop the slogan it's used for more than two decades after the removal of Roger Ailes, who came up with it in 1996 as cover for...
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
Roger Ailes must be rolling over on his ol' hamburger balls.
It appears that Fox News has decided to get rid of the slogan that the network is most identified with and has been its calling card for two decades.
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.
It was too closely associated with Roger Ailes and had become a target for mockery, say insiders.
New York Magazine reports: As Fox News moves further into the post–Roger Ailes era, the network is shedding one of its most iconic elements. According to network executives, Fox News has abandoned the marketing slogan “Fair & Balanced.”...Show More Summary
WOULDN’T IT BE IRONIC IF ROGER AILES WAS HER BIGGEST FAN? Megyn Kelly’s Audience Drops 42% From Last Week. What’s really troubling is that the geriatric 60 Minutes clobbered her in the 25-54 demographic.
Roger Ailes forever wrecked the corrupt liberal news monopoly Roger Ailes a hero for giving conservatives a TV voice
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...
Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly on NBC at 7:00pm ET. Series premiere. I know it would be tasteless for her to literally dance on Roger Ailes's corpse with this new show, but it's basically what I'm picturing her doing. 2017...
Much of the commentary surrounding the death of Roger Ailes has centered on the impact of the creation of Fox News and through that, its impact on our body politic. There is no doubt the former Fox News Chief created a media force which...Show More Summary
Poor Sean Hannity, he got his feelings hurt. Satirical news site The Onion hit Sean Hannity where it apparently hurts by joking in a headline that “Hundreds Of Miniature Sean Hannitys Burst From Roger Ailes’ Corpse.” What is wrong with the left that they think these sorts of things are funny? https://t.co/sAxON5xxmh — Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) June […]
The disgraced Fox News chief wanted to stage a comeback before his death, and he attempted to recruit a key Trump adviser with long background in right-wing media.