Bill O’Reilly, the veteran Fox News host who was ousted last month over sexual harassment allegations, analyzed the network’s future on Friday’s “The Glenn Beck Radio Program.”
Fox News has long been America’s most-watched cable news channel, but its future is uncertain after late CEO Roger Ailes and O’Reilly both left within the past year following accusations of sexual harassment. Last week, MSNBC won a big ratings battle as the most-watched cable news network in weekday primetime among the 25-54 age demographic, Adweek reported. Fox News still led in total viewers with 2.6 million, but MSNBC wasn’t too far behind with 2.4 million.
“Fox News has a problem; there’s no doubt about it,” O’Reilly said.
Losing key people is always a risk in business, and Fox News doesn’t seem to be prepared, O’Reilly asserted. “You better have a plan, and it doesn’t look like FNC has a plan,” he said.
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