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21st Century stock rises after O'Reilly firing

21 April 2017, 01:48 | Winston Chapman

21st Century stock rises after O'Reilly firing

21st Century stock rises after O'Reilly firing

O'Reilly's tenure at Fox News became increasingly tenuous after the New York Times on April 1 detailed settlements to at least five women and protesters began agitating for change.

During the Today show's extensive coverage on Thursday of Bill O'Reilly leaving Fox News over sexual harassment allegations, the NBC morning program used the controversy to resurrect the unsubstantiated 1991 smear campaign against then-Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas.

Though the channel's serious journalists (mostly out of the Washington Bureau) have remained fair and true to their profession, the commentary-wing has grown increasingly shameless in its (sometimes admitted) obedience to the leader of the free world.

A day after his ouster from Fox News over allegations of sexual harassment, Bill O'Reilly remains a popular author on Amazon.com. She classified it as "like street harassment in the office".

As feminist author Sady Doyle tartly tweeted: "May we all see our workplace harassers fired after 15 to 20 straight years of repeated and often almost identical allegations".

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It's a start. It's a message. When advertisers including Mercedes-Benz and Hyundai pulled their ads, more businesses followed.

This chain of action/reaction may be the new template to rid the workplace of famous and powerful sexual harassers. It is also a significant moment for other television personalities and the degree to which off-screen misbehaviour is tolerated. O'Reilly's success at appealing to like-minded viewers made him and Fox into cable news leaders.

"Look, I agree with you", the "Meet the Press" host told Hewitt, a self-described "partisan" who had just said O'Reilly wasn't really a traditional conservative. Burgess first made her complaint public on Tuesday through attorney Lisa Bloom but did so anonymously. After all, Roger Ailes is said to have walked away with $40 million after his sexual harassment scandal. It isn't and it never has been.

Only one of those men is no longer in the picture, because he, too, abused the power he had to harass women. O'Reilly was "grunting at me and groaning and leering". The 2012 Republican vice presidential nominee said women don't deserve to be harassed - and the network needs to do better at protecting them.

While that comparison may be a bit overblown, it's a safe bet that Tucker Carlson (even with a Trump-friendly format) will have trouble maintaining O'Reilly's level of viewership. Once again, ad dollars speak more loudly than female employees.



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