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Bill O'Reilly out at Fox News Channel after 20 years

Bill O'Reilly out at Fox News Channel after 20 years

He has been on vacation since April 12, around the time the news of the settlement broke. He thanked his viewers and noted the success Fox had achieved. "The corporations that have sponsored O'Reilly over the years, it's their money that has paid for these settlements".

Bill O'Reilly may be officially leaving Fox News, but he is not departing the network quietly after many allegations against him. "You failed him. You failed Bill O'Reilly", Colbert's alter ego said.

He had initially planned to return to his The O'Reilly Factor show on April 24, but as outrage mounted and new allegations of inappropriate behaviour surfaced, it became clear the company could no longer afford to back the star who helped bring Fox News to prominence almost 20 years ago.

Huckabee visited "The Factor" with guest host Dana Perino, who asked the former governor about a Newsbusters article that depicted the president's poor favorability among broadcast networks.

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By April 2017, O'Reilly and Fox had paid out more than $13 million to five of these women, who claimed they were victims of lewd comments, verbal abuse or unwanted sexual advances. And you, his audience, responded in record numbers, making "The Factor" the number one cable news show for more than 16 years.

Owners Rupert Murdoch and his sons Lachlan and James said in a memo to Fox staff that their decision to axe O'Reilly came following an "extensive review" into the claims.

In addition to directly pressuring advertisers, Color Of Change has also submitted a briefing to the British media regulator Ofcom, urging them to investigate harassment at 21 Century Fox before approving the company's acquisition of European media giant Sky plc. It could also have alienated employees. It's home to movie and TV studios; a slew of sports and other cable channels; and the Fox broadcast network and shows like "The Simpsons", "Family Guy", and its latest hit, "Empire". Fox owns 39 percent of European TV giant Sky, and has long wanted to take over the whole company. It's now trying again, although a United Kingdom media regulator must certify that the combined company would be a "fit and proper" owner of the broadcaster.

She said O'Reilly "got Margaret's name wrong and Margaret said, 'Hey, get my name right.' And he said, 'Oh, I'm sorry there's a lot of blonds in this operation, I can't keep you all straight, Megyn Kelly is coming up.' He starts throwing all these blonde names". "Roger Ailes is no longer in charge, and there's a new generation running the place".

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Lastly, and most importantly, we want to underscore our consistent commitment to fostering a work environment built on the values of trust and respect. It was also the top story on the websites of the New York Times and the Washington Post.

In a statement to the Times, O'Reilly said he was "vulnerable to lawsuits" due to his prominence, and had "put to rest any controversies to spare my children".

Fox News addressed the announcement rocking the media world that longtime host Bill O'Reilly will not return to the network in the face of sexual harassment allegations during a primetime program Wednesday evening. "I think he's still a hot commodity".

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