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PostPosted: Thu Jul 07, 2016 2:47 pm    Post subject:  Reply with quote

Gretchen Carlson out of foxnews
July 6, 2016  -  Roger Ailes
Fires Back at Gretchen Carlson's Lawsuit  
Gretchen Carlson accuses Ailes of sexual harassment.
Carlson claims she was fired for rebuffing Ailes' sexual advances and complaining about pervasive harassment in the workplace.  Ailes denied.

Gretchen is a very nice Lady from Minnestoa.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 19, 2016 10:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Evil or Very Mad   Foxnews Shep Smith insane!
July 19, 2016
 -  Shepard Smith attacks Bobby Jindal on air for saying all lives matter!  I happened to catch a jaw-dropping incident on Fox News, as Shepard Smith’s news coverage of the Baton Rouge police ambush brought on Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal for telephone comments.  Gov. Jindal correctly said “all lives matter” and was rebuked by Smith, who is queer.

July 19, 2016
 -  When Roger Ailes leaves Fox News because of the scandal currently surrounding him it will bring an end to a man who reshaped American politics and media.

Some predict that Ailes' exit would precipitate a flight of top talent, including Megyn Kelly and Bill O'Reilly. Fox'd be better off without them!

Megyn Kelly had told investigators conducting an internal review of Ailes that her boss had made unwanted sexual advances towards her 10 years ago.  Gretchen Carlson made similar claims.

Fox News Roger Ailes assult charges
July 19, 2016
 -  Fox News star Megyn Kelly accused Ailes of sexual harassment. That comes on the heels of a story indicating Roger Ailes was soon to be fired.

The decision to remove Ailes was the result of misconduct discovered after a legal review of his actions in the wake of claims made by former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson.
Kelly has told investigators that Ailes made unwanted sexual advances toward her about ten years ago when she was a young correspondent at Fox.

Since the Carlson suit filed in 2016 June, 9 women have accused Ailes of sexual harassment.

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 20, 2016 7:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Fox is Ailes-ing
July 20, 2016
 -  Murdoch kicks Roger Ailes to the curb.
It’s unlikely that any of the star anchors of Fox News will be exiting with Roger Ailes.
There’s too much money involved.

Question   Roger Ailes will stay as consultant
Roger Ailes’s tenure as the head of Fox News appears to be over.

Question   Will Sean Hannity, Greta Van Susteren, Shepard Smith, Bret Baier, Laura Ingraham, Geraldo, Juan Williams, Judge Jeanine Pirro, Bill O’Reilly leave Fox if Ailes is ousted, and  form a new network?  All of them stand against Megyn Kelly, and with Roger Ailes.

Fox News 13-day war
Is Roger Ailes finished?

Ailes’ separation agreement appeared for a brief time in Matt Drudge’s Twitter feed.  Thats what sent me on a web search.  I wont watch Megyn Kelly, so I'd watch a new Network.
http://www.politico.com/media/story/2016/07/fox-news-13-day-war-004676 Question

Roger Ailes OUT
July 20, 2016
 -  Roger Ailes is heading for the exit at Fox News Channel amid allegations of sexual harassment.  The Murdoch-owned New York Post reported that Mr Ailes was out as chairman as of Tuesday night (July 19).

Evil or Very Mad   Bill O’Reilly
The only host whom hasn’t confirmed will exodus is O’Reilly. But Ailes bailed out O’Reilly when he came under fire for a loofah (sexual harassment) incident.  If Ailes is driven out by Rupert Murdoch and his sons, there is talk about getting together a new network.

O’Reilly loofah incident
Bill O’Reilly was sued by Factor associate producer Andrea Mackris, who alleged years of quid pro quo sexual harassment.

Roger Ailes Negotiating His Departure as Chairman of Fox News
Roger Ailes’s tenure as the head of Fox News appears to be over.
The development follows a sexual harassment suit filed on July 6 against Mr. Ailes by a former anchor, Gretchen Carlson. The suit prompted 21st Century Fox to conduct an internal review and it set off an intense round of speculation in the news media and the television industry about Mr. Ailes’s future at Fox News.

MegyNet will only have 6 aging male viewers and some fruits

Fox is the ONLY news network that is at least partly civilized.  Their assassinations of Donald Trump and keeping meGYN Kelly angered a lot of loyal foxers.  We are NOT driving to CNN-HELL, we are driven away from TV.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 26, 2016 3:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Evil or Very Mad   Roger Ailes and Fox News Women
July 26, 2016  -  Roger Ailes asked to see my underwear.
Ailes is hardly unique
Ailes wouldn’t stop staring at my legs

21st Century Fox took things seriously.
In the wake of former Miss America Gretchen Carlson’s sexual harassment suit against boss Roger Ailes, several women who once worked at Fox News say Ailes also harassed them.  Ailes suggested Gretchen having sex with him would help her career.  She refused and her contract wasn’t renewed.

The lawsuit is ONLY against Ailes, not Foxnews.  Carlson’s lawsuit opened the floodgates of female ex-Fox News employees who say that Ailes harassed them as well.

Carlson’s allegations seem credible because Ailes runs Fox News like his personal fiefdom and has fostered a culture that is sexist, menacing, something akin to a sexual North Korea.  LOL!   Laughing

Ailes hired Randi Harrison who told Ailes that his $400-a-week salary offer was too low. Ailes said, “If you agree to have sex with me whenever I want I will add an extra hundred dollars a week.”

Former Fox News employees suggested that Ailes wanted female allure over other professional qualities.
-  Fox wardrobe featured skimpy dresses
-  Showing skin
-  Its a malicious environment

Ailes’ claim that Gretchen Carlson was terminated because of bad ratings is demonstrably false. The publicly available ratings confirm the allegation in the Complaint that at the time of her termination Gretchen’s total viewership was up 33% year to date and up 23% in the key demographic.

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 26, 2016 3:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Fox Rudi faced sexual harassment
July 26, 2016
-  Former Fox News reporter Rudi Bakhtiar faced sexual harassment at Fox News Channel.  Rudi joined the station as a freelancer in 2006 before she was signed to a 3 year deal.  

In 2007 she met for coffee with her colleague Brian Wilson, who told her he'd help her move from being a temporary to a full-time correspondent.  Rudi was thrilled and told Mr. Wilson she would make him proud.  But then he asked to see the inside of her hotel room, he wanted a friends-with-benefits relationship.  Rudi rejected his advance and even apologized for giving any wrong impression.  

Fox began canceling her planned Washington appearances. She went to a manager, Bill Shine, to inform him of the incident. He urged Rudi to make a formal complaint.  Roger Ailes informed Rudi that she was being fired because of her performance.  Truth is it was her lack of sexual performance.

A dozen women had experienced some form of sexual harassment or intimidation at Fox News or the Fox Business Network, and others had witnessed it.

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 31, 2016 9:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sad  Fox News post-Ailes
July 31, 2016
 -    85-year-old Rupert Murdoch is now in charge, and already fox is turning left.  Many of Fox’s stars are aging.  Rupert likely to tap Bill Shine to run fox.

Bill Shine is part of the PROBLEM!

Obama hates Christianity, enables Islamic Terrorists
June 23, 2016  Judge Jeanine  -  

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 11, 2016 6:40 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Harassment Crisis Builds at Fox News, Despite Its Swift Moves

When the anchor Gretchen Carlson filed a bombshell lawsuit accusing the Fox News chairman Roger Ailes of sexual harassment, Fox’s corporate masters moved fast.

A major law firm was hired to investigate. Two weeks later, Mr. Ailes was gone, ousted from the network he ran for two decades. Rupert Murdoch stepped in as chairman, sending a clear message: This is a fresh start.

But the grim tales about life under Mr. Ailes keep coming. More women have come forward, describing a culture of intimidation and misogyny, and telling of settlements they received to leave the network. Some of Mr. Ailes’s top deputies who remain in charge at Fox News have been accused of aiding his behavior. Inside the newsroom, employees are still on edge about what new stories might surface and which executives could be ensnared.

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If the Murdoch family wanted to leap ahead of this scandal, it is now at risk of falling behind. Some people at Fox News are asking if meaningful change can occur inside a workplace still stocked with loyalists to Mr. Ailes. “People are waiting to see,” one staff member said.

Leaders at 21st Century Fox, eager to contain the fallout from Mr. Ailes’s departure — and keep the profitable news network humming during a ratings-magnet election — have remained quiet amid the new accusations.

The company is also facing scrutiny on whether it knew, or should have known, about Mr. Ailes’s allgeged behavior.

“What this has illustrated quite well is, if it wasn’t understood before, there was clearly a corporate control problem with respect to Fox News,” said Brian Wieser, a media industry analyst at Pivotal Research in New York.

A spokesman for 21st Century Fox, Nathaniel Brown, said in a statement on Wednesday, “The fact is, we have a robust compliance structure and strong controls embedded across our company.”

The company did not respond to questions about the claims of a hostile work environment made by other female employees since Ms. Carlson, the former Fox anchor who was let go in June, filed her suit.

The calculus for Mr. Murdoch and his management team is, to say the least, complex.

Officials at 21st Century Fox think that removing Mr. Ailes sent an unequivocal signal — to employees and the outside world — that the company is taking harassment concerns seriously. They say that lawyers from Paul, Weiss are pursuing an aggressive internal investigation.

Investigators so far have been focused on accusations of improper behavior by Mr. Ailes, not by others, according to people briefed on the inquiry. But the people have said the investigation is also looking at others who might have known of that behavior and not acted on it. Several women who have come forward with accusations said that investigators had not contacted them.

The latest accusations against Mr. Ailes came this week from a former daytime host, Andrea Tantaros. In an interview, Ms. Tantaros said that the former chairman, in one-on-one meetings, complimented her figure, asked questions about her dating life and requested a hug, making her uncomfortable.

Ms. Tantaros said that Fox News managers dismissed her complaints, then demoted her. Fox News officials denied this, saying that Ms. Tantaros was removed after publishing a book without previous approval, a breach of contract.

“The real issue that makes women so fearful and so afraid is what comes next,” she said. “At Fox, you have a company that not only sexual harasses, but is willing to empower its executives and use company resources to carry out ongoing harassment in the form of retaliation.”

Complicating matters for 21st Century Fox, Ms. Tantaros claimed that several Ailes lieutenants ignored her concerns, including the current general counsel, Dianne Brandi, and Bill Shine, a veteran producer who is now overseeing Fox’s newsroom alongside Mr. Murdoch.

Ms. Tantaros said in the interview that she complained about Mr. Ailes’s behavior and subsequent retaliation to Mr. Shine, whom she said told her, “Don’t fight this.’’

Through a spokesperson, Mr. Shine replied: “Andrea never made any complaints to me about Roger Ailes sexually harassing her.” Ms. Brandi also disputed Ms. Tantaros’s assertion.

Mr. Shine is a popular figure with some of the network’s veteran anchors. Removing Mr. Shine, temporarily or not, could reagitate the newsroom just as the fall presidential campaign begins, with tens of millions of dollars in advertising on the line.

Corporate governance and ethics experts say that 21st Century Fox and its board ought to have been aware of problems involving sexual harassment accusations at the network, as well as any payouts related to them.

If the parent company was unaware of the settlement, it would indicate “lax oversight,” Lucy P. Marcus, a corporate governance expert, wrote in an email. “If they had been aware of it, they should have investigated it years ago. The board and executive team needs to dig deeper into the culture to root out the cliques and culture that allowed this to carry on for so long.”

Of particular issue is a $3.15 million settlement that Laurie Luhn, a former booker at the network, said she received in 2011. In an interview with New York magazine, Ms. Luhn said that Mr. Ailes forced her into a yearslong sexual relationship.

Executives at 21st Century Fox have said they were only made aware of the settlement recently. On Wednesday, when asked to clarify exactly when it learned of it, the company declined to respond.

“One would hope that a $3 million settlement for sexual harassment would flow up the line to somebody in corporate management,” said Kirk O. Hanson, executive director of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University. “At least today, that kind of settlement should come to the attention of the audit committee of the board.”

Mr. Hanson added: “The question is, did they have procedures in place to look at issues like this? And secondly, did they have someone try to report this that was then quashed by Rupert Murdoch or anyone else?”

Fox News officials said that Ms. Tantaros reported accusations of sexual harassment — and not directed toward Mr. Ailes — only after she was informed that she was in breach of contract for publishing a book, featuring a provocative cover, without advance approval. Barry Asen, an outside counsel for Fox News, said in an interview that the network investigated her claims and found them baseless.

“We wound up interviewing 12 or 15 people, all of whom denied everything she was alleging,” Mr. Asen said.

Ms. Tantaros maintains that she was within the terms of her contract and that the network is using it as an excuse to diminish her complaints about sexual harassment.

Twenty-first Century Fox is a global corporation, with $27.3 billion in revenue and thousands of employees. Some on Wall Street have appeared unbothered by the scandal, which merited little mention on a recent earnings call.

“Most investors would just hope that there wasn’t a bigger problem and move on to the next thing,” Mr. Wieser, the media analyst said. The company’s stock closed on Wednesday at $25.58 a share, down nearly 8 percent since Mr. Ailes’s ouster.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 13, 2016 6:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Fox News names Bill Shine President
Aug 13, 2016  -  Bill Shine is part of the sex PROBLEM!

3 weeks after Roger Ailes’s ouster as chairman and chief executive of Fox News, they promoted 2 people to the top.
Veteran Fox executives Bill Shine and Jack Abernethy were named co-presidents.  Shine will be in charge of programming at Fox News and Fox Business Network, Abernethy will be in charge of finance, business and legal affairs.  CFO Mark Kranz is stepping down.

New FOX, welcome to CNN lite
Aug 13, 2016
 -   Fox News management changes.

Bill Shine and Jack Abernethy were named co-presidents

Evil or Very Mad   Fox going into Satanism
Aug 7, 2016
 -  The Minor Murdochs take command.
James Murdoch and his wife are progressive green, global warming. (witchcraft, Satanism)
James is carbon-neutral - killing off humans.
James wife Kathryn sits on the board of the Environmental Defense Fund.  She worked for the Clinton Climate Initiative, a unit of the Clinton Foundation, the belly of the Beast.
James Murdoch was the lead hit-man to dump Roger Ailes.

Fox news

Foxnews may turn WORSE than CNN / PMSNBC combined!  
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Kirsten Powers leaves Fox for CNN
Aug 23, 2016
 -  Kirsten Powers is switching channels.  Powers is joining CNN as a political analyst. She will continue to write columns for USA Today.   Powers is the 4th Fox personality hired by CNN in the past 18 months, joining Alisyn Camerota, Bob Beckel and Mary Katharine Ham.

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