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O"Reilly out at Fox News; internal memo released"


O'Reilly's departure means promotions for several shows.

Vatican spokesman Greg Burke confirmed O'Reilly was in the VIP section for the pope's Wednesday appearance. A representative for O'Reilly, who has been off the air on vacation since April 11, did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Olbermann said that when he was working at Fox Sports in 1999, he helped a friend get a job at Fox News.

Following his dismissal from position as a prime-time host on Fox News, Bill O'Reilly has said that it was tremendously disheartening that he had to part ways with Fox due to "completely unfounded claims". He pushed a populist, conservative-leaning point of view born from growing up on Long Island, and was quick to shout down those who disagreed with him.

It is not known exactly how Fox News would handle O'Reilly's exit or whether he would be allowed to say goodbye to viewers on the air, according to the NY magazine report.

But after the New York Times report, advertisers including BMW of North America, Allstate Corp, French pharmaceuticals maker Sanofi SA and T. Rowe Price, pulled their advertising from O'Reilly's show.

His show generated $178 million in advertising revenue in 2015, according to Kantar Media. Before the advertising boycott, there was the prospect of even more: his audience was larger in the first three months of 2017 than it has ever been. "21st Century Fox takes matters of workplace behavior very seriously", the company had said, adding that O'Reilly had denied the "merits of these claims". Shares of Twenty-First Century Fox ended Wednesday's trading on the Nasdaq down less than 1 percent at $30.39 and analysts said the network's viewers would likely remain loyal. "Half of the fun that they have with their audiences comes from watching the outrage that they manage to provoke".

"Mission accomplished", said Keith Olbermann, who frequently tweaked O'Reilly on an MSNBC show that competed in the same time slot for several years. Conservative personality Glenn Beck - who once lost a job at Fox because a similar campaign choked his program of paying advertisers - came to O'Reilly's defense on his radio show and called on viewers to pressure Fox, to no avail.

"Some other media outlet is going to pick him up and syndicate what he does".

O'Reilly, the most-watched cable news host for 15 straight years, never addressed the charges on his program, even as advertisers abandoned him in droves.

It is not known what words were exchanged between O'Reilly and Francis.

Even with O'Reilly gone from Fox, Sesno said he doubts that the public appetite for his brand of "angry, high-decibel" chatter will give way to a new regard for civility.

"I'm not sure I see much evidence of that; otherwise, Judy Woodruff would be off the charts", he said, referring to the anchor of "PBS NewsHour".

The "Late Show" host then admitted that he actually owed a lot to O'Reilly.

"I spent over nine years playing a character based largely on him", Colbert said.

"Hello, Nation, and shame on you". Nobody likes him.' And then Roger said, 'You know Bill. She represents Roginsky in her April 3 filed sexual harassment and retaliation suit against Ailes and FNC.

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