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Roger Ailes, Who Built Fox News Into an Empire, Dies at 77

New York Times - 18 Sep 2017
Roger E. Ailes, who shaped the images that helped elect three Republican presidents and then became a dominant, often-intimidating force in American conservative politics at the helm of Fox News until he was forced out last year in a sexual harassment ...
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How Roger Ailes Created Sean Hannity

Vanity Fair - 29 Nov 2017
Roger Ailes, who was to run it, had helped to start Rush's (ultimately failed) TV show. Hannity, a blue-collar Long Island kid and a radio talk-show host in Atlanta, met Ailes and a deal was struck for a debate show, as reporter Matthew Shaer ...
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The final straw: Murdoch needs to go

Royal Gazette - 18 Dec 2017
Unless you have been living under a rock — or are the ageing executive chairman of News Corp — you know that Fox News has been “ground zero” in the epidemic of sexual assault scandals in which powerful men have abused younger, more vulnerable women ...
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Megyn Kelly Says She 'Heard Rumors' About Matt Lauer

Observer - 29 Nov 2017
Kelly found herself squarely under the microscope last year when she alleged sexual harassment at the hands of former Fox News head Roger Ailes. She claims that Ailes made several promotion offers in exchange for sex during her time with the company ...
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Magyn Kelly finding audience for timely topic

The Columbus Dispatch - 18 Dec 2017
Kelly, who has written about being propositioned by the late Fox News chief Roger Ailes, brings an understanding to the topic, which she thinks people can relate to. For many women, workplace assaults happen when they are expecting something completely ...
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How Wall Street Silences Women

The Intercept - 13 Dec 2017
“Many of them are subject to arbitration agreements,” said Nancy Erika Smith, the New Jersey employment lawyer who represented former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson in her sexual harassment lawsuit against chair Roger Ailes. Indeed, Wall Street has ...

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