Fox had its largest audience on the renamed "The Factor" Wednesday night since O'Reilly left for what became a permanent vacation, with the Dana Perino-hosted show seen by 3.34 million people, the Nielsen company said Thursday. But, these allegations have come over a span of several years and Fox News has always stood by O'Reilly.
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Last summer, the Murdochs fired Roger Ailes, the architect and former chairman of Fox News, after women complained that they were subjected to a hostile workplace.More news: Janus Capital Group, Inc (NYSE:JNS) reported Sales of 1.01 Billion
"I wouldn't put up with anything that would be perceived as intimidating or harassing", she added, saying that she parted ways with Fox News when her contract with the network wasn't renewed in June 2015. CNN's Brian Stelter reported on Thursday morning that the network was preparing to give O'Reilly a hefty buyout from his contract that could stretch into the "tens of millions". The 2012 Republican vice presidential nominee said women don't deserve to be harassed - and the network needs to do better at protecting them.
Bill O'Reilly attends the Hollywood Reporter's 2016 35 Most Powerful People in Media event, April 6, 2016, in NY.
"I did not want to", she said.
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Viewers, particularly older men, reveled in O'Reilly's pugnacious, take-no-prisoners approach and his trademark "No-Spin Zone" version of current events. It is also a significant moment for other television personalities and the degree to which off-screen misbehaviour is tolerated. "He is an incredibly talented broadcaster, who raised the bar for interviewers everywhere".
Burgess said she felt "mortified" by the president's remarks.
"He doesn't think sexual harassment is wrong", Bloom said. The book, ironically, includes advice from O'Reilly on treating women with respect. O'Reilly brought Fox News a lot of money over these past two decades, and while he's no longer useful to them in a monetary sense since the sponsors said goodbye, they're not gonna let the guy leave empty handed. "But that is the unfortunate reality that many of us in the public eye must live with today".More news: Turkey arrests dozens in anti-referendum protests
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