In 1996, Bill O’Reilly was starting The O’Reilly Factory show on Fox News Channel. The series lasted for 21 years until his departure from this company in 2017. Nonetheless, his activity at this channel propelled O’Reilly to the level of a big star that has the ability to deliver great content for a long period of time. However, once the word spread out about five sexual harassment suits that the showman and company had to settle, Fox News ended its professional liaisons with O’Reilly. Despite this, the anchorman has big plans for his own news channel.
Fox News Has a Shabby Reputation to Allow Competition to Outpace It
Bill O’Reilly and Dennis Miller took off on a new tour called The Spin Stops Here at the beginning of 2017. During one of their stops, former Fox News anchorman revealed more details about his plans now that he is no longer under an employment contract. These new data revealed a news channel of his own considering that there were many parties interested in seizing the opportunity and dethrone Fox News with a new competition.
Months after this confession, Bill O’Reilly offered a first sign of confirmation. He claimed that he is going to deliver video content on his official website. He will begin with an episode of half an hour that is going to share a similar format with his former one, The Factor.
O’Reilly Will Turn His Fox News Official Website Into His Own News Channel
If people are going to find this modern news channel useful enough to subscribe to it, the producer will extend the show time. Another spicy detail concerns a possible merger. O’Reilly hinted at a collaboration with a growing network that competes with Fox News.
The official website is a reminiscence of the times O’Reilly worked for his former company. At the moment, the online location kept its premium subscription base that offers access to most of the content on the website.
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