It is being reported that Fox News will announce that Bill O'Reilly is history, and the big sticking point in exit negotiations is whether or not O'Reilly will be allowed an on-air goodbye to his audience.
"We had upcoming advertising spots on the show, but are reallocating them," said Hyundai in a statement
Bill O’Reilly likes to write fake history, much like David Barton, and he has proven himself to be just about as impervious to facts as Barton. His work is so bad it is difficult to believe he is not really “pulling a Colbert.” He is that over the top.
Donald Trump's return to Fox News was a massive disaster as the Republican frontrunner demonstrated that he knows nothing by bungling two questions on Syria and suggesting that giving Putin control of Syria is fine with him.
The news that Fox's Greg Gutfeld To Host His Own Comedy Show has caused crisis of confidence. Heretofore Friday Fox Follies treated all of Fox "News" as a meta-comedy/reality show -- a cross between The Colbert Report and the short-lived The Joe Schmo Show. Maybe only Greg Gutfeld is in on the joke.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) rolled through all of Bill O'Reilly's attempts to split the left while knocking down Fox News's attempts to use him for propaganda purposes.
According to a recent headline, Fox News is the most watched cable news channel - for the 159th month in a row, which makes 13 years, 3 months of ratings dominence. Cue the balloon drop and confetti cannons. Whoop-dee-doo!
On Thursday evening, The Guardian published a report claiming six people who worked with Fox News host Bill O'Reilly during the 1992 Los Angeles riots have disputed his past remarks that he was attacked by protesters and concrete rained down on him.
In an interview with the New York Times Monday evening, Fox News host Bill O'Reilly personally threatened a reporter over the paper's coverage of the controversy surrounding O'Reilly's claims that he was in a war zone when he covered protests in Buenos Aires in 1982.
During the Friday night broadcast of The O'Reilly Factor, host Bill O'Reilly responded to a Mother Jones story showing he embellished his war coverage as a reporter by throwing out personal insults and accusing the magazine and others of being "far left zealots."
When Friday Fox Follies went to press last week, Brian Williams' spectacular crash to earth still echoed in Halls of Mediazuma. Many wags (this one included) noticed the condemnation was loudest (shrillest?) at the Fox "News" Channel, which did not hold itself to the same high standards.
During Monday night's broadcast of The O'Reilly Factor, host Bill O'Reilly got bent out of shape over the amount of praise Jon Stewart has received from national media figures since The Daily Show host announced he is departing at the end of the year.
The big news this week was about fake newsmen Brian Williams and Jon Stewart and -- wouldn't you know it -- Fox "News" had fingerprints at both scenes of the crime.
This past week on Fox, we saw fake apologies, complete flip-flops on how the network views terrorist propaganda, anger over movie heroines and quasi-racist country songs.
During Monday night's broadcast of The O'Reilly Factor, host Bill O'Reilly interviewed former KKK leader David Duke regarding the recent controversy surrounding House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA) speaking at a white supremacist conference in 2002.
If the last 2 weeks of reporting and punditry tell us anything, Fox "News" is willing write off one side of the racial divide for generations; the same way the Republicans have written off the Latinos that Fox "News" is hypocritically trying to attract.
During Monday night's episode of The O'Reilly Factor, Bill O'Reilly lashed out at comedian Stephen Colbert for lampooning his idiotic plan to create a 25,000 private mercenary army to take on the world's problems, specifically radical Islamist terrorists.
During the most recent broadcast of Fox News Sunday, host Chris Wallace spoke to neurosurgeon Ben Carson about Carson's possible Presidential run in 2016. Wallace had to break it to Carson that he really doesn't have any shot at winning in 2016.
Tuesday night, Bill O'Reilly decided he needed to whitesplain to everybody, but especially blacks, why white privilege does not exist and how too many African-Americans are using it as an excuse to not take any responsibility for their lives.
During Tuesday's broadcast of Fox News' Outnumbered, reporter Jesse Watters was the "One Lucky Guy" on the panel. The conversation turned to the Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby decision. Watters made some outrageously sexist comments.