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Bill O'Reilly Paid $25 Million in Fox News Exit Deal

Post by chucky » Thu Apr 20, 2017 10:54 pm

Poor Bill he only got 25 million. I feel his pain.

Bill O'Reilly Paid $25 Million in Fox News Exit Deal
Marisa Guthrie 8 hours ago

Bill O'Reilly will be paid $25 million in an exit deal with Fox News, sources confirm to The Hollywood Reporter.

That is equivalent to one year of a rich new four-year deal that O'Reilly finalized earlier this year. The network and its parent company, 21st Century Fox, completed the deal with knowledge that a New York Times story would reveal settlements with women who accused The O'Reilly Factor star of harassment after the ouster last summer of founding CEO Roger Ailes amid his own sexual harassment scandal.

Ailes left last July with a $40 million payout, the remainder owed on his contract.

O'Reilly has vehemently denied the allegations and said that he settled the claims to spare his children the inevitable public mudslinging. O'Reilly was a tabloid staple for two weeks back in 2004 when an associate producer at The O'Reilly Factor filed a sexual harassment claim against him. The claim was settled for $9 million.

But inside Fox News, the timing of the most recent payouts caused "outrage" and "disappointment," said staffers, especially among female employees who felt the company's financial decisions were not aligning with their public statements about "respect and dignity" in the workplace. Multiple Fox News staffers said that after Ailes was ousted, women felt more comfortable bringing concerns to management.


In a statement released Wednesday, O'Reilly noted: "I will always look back on my time at Fox with great pride in the unprecedented success we achieved and with my deepest gratitude to all my dedicated viewers. I wish only the best for Fox News Channel."

In announcing O'Reilly's departure on The O'Reilly Factor, April 19, substitute anchor Dana Perino characterized him as the "undisputed king of cable news."

Indeed, he was the linchpin in the network's highly lucrative primetime lineup, where his show was the No. 1 cable news program for 16 years and this year was averaging close to 4 million viewers each night.

"He is an incredibly talented broadcaster who raised the bar for interviewers everywhere," said Perino. "It is the end of an era here at Fox News Channel."
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Post by clusterchuck » Thu Apr 20, 2017 11:25 pm

chucky wrote:
Thu Apr 20, 2017 10:54 pm
Poor Bill he only got 25 million. I feel his pain.

Bill O'Reilly Paid $25 Million in Fox News Exit Deal
Marisa Guthrie 8 hours ago

Bill O'Reilly will be paid $25 million in an exit deal with Fox News, sources confirm to The Hollywood Reporter.

That is equivalent to one year of a rich new four-year deal that O'Reilly finalized earlier this year. The network and its parent company, 21st Century Fox, completed the deal with knowledge that a New York Times story would reveal settlements with women who accused The O'Reilly Factor star of harassment after the ouster last summer of founding CEO Roger Ailes amid his own sexual harassment scandal.

Ailes left last July with a $40 million payout, the remainder owed on his contract.

O'Reilly has vehemently denied the allegations and said that he settled the claims to spare his children the inevitable public mudslinging. O'Reilly was a tabloid staple for two weeks back in 2004 when an associate producer at The O'Reilly Factor filed a sexual harassment claim against him. The claim was settled for $9 million.

But inside Fox News, the timing of the most recent payouts caused "outrage" and "disappointment," said staffers, especially among female employees who felt the company's financial decisions were not aligning with their public statements about "respect and dignity" in the workplace. Multiple Fox News staffers said that after Ailes was ousted, women felt more comfortable bringing concerns to management.


In a statement released Wednesday, O'Reilly noted: "I will always look back on my time at Fox with great pride in the unprecedented success we achieved and with my deepest gratitude to all my dedicated viewers. I wish only the best for Fox News Channel."

In announcing O'Reilly's departure on The O'Reilly Factor, April 19, substitute anchor Dana Perino characterized him as the "undisputed king of cable news."

Indeed, he was the linchpin in the network's highly lucrative primetime lineup, where his show was the No. 1 cable news program for 16 years and this year was averaging close to 4 million viewers each night.

"He is an incredibly talented broadcaster who raised the bar for interviewers everywhere," said Perino. "It is the end of an era here at Fox News Channel."
I think they call that "eff you money".

Gonna be interesting to see what happens to Fox. Tucker and Waters appear to be right place/right timers.

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Post by chucky » Thu Apr 20, 2017 11:28 pm

clusterchuck wrote:
Thu Apr 20, 2017 11:25 pm
chucky wrote:
Thu Apr 20, 2017 10:54 pm
Poor Bill he only got 25 million. I feel his pain.

Bill O'Reilly Paid $25 Million in Fox News Exit Deal
Marisa Guthrie 8 hours ago

Bill O'Reilly will be paid $25 million in an exit deal with Fox News, sources confirm to The Hollywood Reporter.

That is equivalent to one year of a rich new four-year deal that O'Reilly finalized earlier this year. The network and its parent company, 21st Century Fox, completed the deal with knowledge that a New York Times story would reveal settlements with women who accused The O'Reilly Factor star of harassment after the ouster last summer of founding CEO Roger Ailes amid his own sexual harassment scandal.

Ailes left last July with a $40 million payout, the remainder owed on his contract.

O'Reilly has vehemently denied the allegations and said that he settled the claims to spare his children the inevitable public mudslinging. O'Reilly was a tabloid staple for two weeks back in 2004 when an associate producer at The O'Reilly Factor filed a sexual harassment claim against him. The claim was settled for $9 million.

But inside Fox News, the timing of the most recent payouts caused "outrage" and "disappointment," said staffers, especially among female employees who felt the company's financial decisions were not aligning with their public statements about "respect and dignity" in the workplace. Multiple Fox News staffers said that after Ailes was ousted, women felt more comfortable bringing concerns to management.


In a statement released Wednesday, O'Reilly noted: "I will always look back on my time at Fox with great pride in the unprecedented success we achieved and with my deepest gratitude to all my dedicated viewers. I wish only the best for Fox News Channel."

In announcing O'Reilly's departure on The O'Reilly Factor, April 19, substitute anchor Dana Perino characterized him as the "undisputed king of cable news."

Indeed, he was the linchpin in the network's highly lucrative primetime lineup, where his show was the No. 1 cable news program for 16 years and this year was averaging close to 4 million viewers each night.

"He is an incredibly talented broadcaster who raised the bar for interviewers everywhere," said Perino. "It is the end of an era here at Fox News Channel."
I think they call that "eff you money".

Gonna be interesting to see what happens to Fox. Tucker and Waters appear to be right place/right timers.
Especially Tucker. He got a big gig and then the top spot in only 4 months .
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Post by stuporstitionist » Fri Apr 21, 2017 7:12 am

Fox has paid out at least $85m for sexual harassment issues. Up to $65m of that is to the men who were ousted.
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Post by Toshi » Fri Apr 21, 2017 7:45 am

Bill Clinton paid out much more than that to settle all of his sexual abuse cases...
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Post by stuporstitionist » Fri Apr 21, 2017 7:52 am

Toshi wrote:
Fri Apr 21, 2017 7:45 am
Bill Clinton paid out much more than that to settle all of his sexual abuse cases...
1) no he didn't. Your history is wrong again (as usual). Not only are you wrong, but your change of subject failed.

2) If you actually understood my post you would realize Fox spent far more getting the abusers to leave than they spent on the abused.
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Post by numarymag » Fri Apr 21, 2017 10:34 am

chucky wrote:
Thu Apr 20, 2017 11:28 pm
clusterchuck wrote:
Thu Apr 20, 2017 11:25 pm
chucky wrote:
Thu Apr 20, 2017 10:54 pm
Poor Bill he only got 25 million. I feel his pain.

Bill O'Reilly Paid $25 Million in Fox News Exit Deal
Marisa Guthrie 8 hours ago

Bill O'Reilly will be paid $25 million in an exit deal with Fox News, sources confirm to The Hollywood Reporter.

That is equivalent to one year of a rich new four-year deal that O'Reilly finalized earlier this year. The network and its parent company, 21st Century Fox, completed the deal with knowledge that a New York Times story would reveal settlements with women who accused The O'Reilly Factor star of harassment after the ouster last summer of founding CEO Roger Ailes amid his own sexual harassment scandal.

Ailes left last July with a $40 million payout, the remainder owed on his contract.

O'Reilly has vehemently denied the allegations and said that he settled the claims to spare his children the inevitable public mudslinging. O'Reilly was a tabloid staple for two weeks back in 2004 when an associate producer at The O'Reilly Factor filed a sexual harassment claim against him. The claim was settled for $9 million.

But inside Fox News, the timing of the most recent payouts caused "outrage" and "disappointment," said staffers, especially among female employees who felt the company's financial decisions were not aligning with their public statements about "respect and dignity" in the workplace. Multiple Fox News staffers said that after Ailes was ousted, women felt more comfortable bringing concerns to management.


In a statement released Wednesday, O'Reilly noted: "I will always look back on my time at Fox with great pride in the unprecedented success we achieved and with my deepest gratitude to all my dedicated viewers. I wish only the best for Fox News Channel."

In announcing O'Reilly's departure on The O'Reilly Factor, April 19, substitute anchor Dana Perino characterized him as the "undisputed king of cable news."

Indeed, he was the linchpin in the network's highly lucrative primetime lineup, where his show was the No. 1 cable news program for 16 years and this year was averaging close to 4 million viewers each night.

"He is an incredibly talented broadcaster who raised the bar for interviewers everywhere," said Perino. "It is the end of an era here at Fox News Channel."
I think they call that "eff you money".

Gonna be interesting to see what happens to Fox. Tucker and Waters appear to be right place/right timers.
Especially Tucker. He got a big gig and then the top spot in only 4 months .
Never was an O'Reilly fan - didn't watch his show. I have always felt Tucker was a lot of talent not being used until they gave him his own show recently and he is tremendous. Waters is another great talent and it will be another good spot for FOX. There will be a lot of shuffling around to see what fits where but I'm sure FOX will survive and maintain plenty of support. There is no other conservative broadcaster and who wants to watch trash like MSNBC. A bunch of no talent hacks that create nothing but vomit reflex. Liberal Broadcasts are so boring.

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Post by psk836 » Fri Apr 21, 2017 11:06 am

I always thought O'Reilly was a self promoting centrist blowhard.

I wonder if he and Roger have any plans.

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Post by chucky » Fri Apr 21, 2017 11:44 am

numarymag wrote:
Fri Apr 21, 2017 10:34 am
chucky wrote:
Thu Apr 20, 2017 11:28 pm
clusterchuck wrote:
Thu Apr 20, 2017 11:25 pm
chucky wrote:
Thu Apr 20, 2017 10:54 pm
Poor Bill he only got 25 million. I feel his pain.

Bill O'Reilly Paid $25 Million in Fox News Exit Deal
Marisa Guthrie 8 hours ago

Bill O'Reilly will be paid $25 million in an exit deal with Fox News, sources confirm to The Hollywood Reporter.

That is equivalent to one year of a rich new four-year deal that O'Reilly finalized earlier this year. The network and its parent company, 21st Century Fox, completed the deal with knowledge that a New York Times story would reveal settlements with women who accused The O'Reilly Factor star of harassment after the ouster last summer of founding CEO Roger Ailes amid his own sexual harassment scandal.

Ailes left last July with a $40 million payout, the remainder owed on his contract.

O'Reilly has vehemently denied the allegations and said that he settled the claims to spare his children the inevitable public mudslinging. O'Reilly was a tabloid staple for two weeks back in 2004 when an associate producer at The O'Reilly Factor filed a sexual harassment claim against him. The claim was settled for $9 million.

But inside Fox News, the timing of the most recent payouts caused "outrage" and "disappointment," said staffers, especially among female employees who felt the company's financial decisions were not aligning with their public statements about "respect and dignity" in the workplace. Multiple Fox News staffers said that after Ailes was ousted, women felt more comfortable bringing concerns to management.


In a statement released Wednesday, O'Reilly noted: "I will always look back on my time at Fox with great pride in the unprecedented success we achieved and with my deepest gratitude to all my dedicated viewers. I wish only the best for Fox News Channel."

In announcing O'Reilly's departure on The O'Reilly Factor, April 19, substitute anchor Dana Perino characterized him as the "undisputed king of cable news."

Indeed, he was the linchpin in the network's highly lucrative primetime lineup, where his show was the No. 1 cable news program for 16 years and this year was averaging close to 4 million viewers each night.

"He is an incredibly talented broadcaster who raised the bar for interviewers everywhere," said Perino. "It is the end of an era here at Fox News Channel."
I think they call that "eff you money".

Gonna be interesting to see what happens to Fox. Tucker and Waters appear to be right place/right timers.
Especially Tucker. He got a big gig and then the top spot in only 4 months .
Never was an O'Reilly fan - didn't watch his show. I have always felt Tucker was a lot of talent not being used until they gave him his own show recently and he is tremendous. Waters is another great talent and it will be another good spot for FOX. There will be a lot of shuffling around to see what fits where but I'm sure FOX will survive and maintain plenty of support. There is no other conservative broadcaster and who wants to watch trash like MSNBC. A bunch of no talent hacks that create nothing but vomit reflex. Liberal Broadcasts are so boring.
Most of cable news is trash. I use to watch Tucker on MSNBC when they were balanced. He was pretty good.
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Post by Toshi » Fri Apr 21, 2017 4:32 pm

stuporstitionist wrote:
Fri Apr 21, 2017 7:52 am
Toshi wrote:
Fri Apr 21, 2017 7:45 am
Bill Clinton paid out much more than that to settle all of his sexual abuse cases...
1) no he didn't. Your history is wrong again (as usual). Not only are you wrong, but your change of subject failed.

2) If you actually understood my post you would realize Fox spent far more getting the abusers to leave than they spent on the abused.

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