Weasel words are the go-to responses when big companies are faced with sexual harassment allegations. Anything to save their reputation.
The latest headache for the Murdoch media empire: a new film about the Roger Ailes harassment scandal.
Former Fox News co-president Bill Shine has been named as the new White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Communications. It's an extremely controversial pick, but anything but unexpected.
Phone-hacking revelations, sexual harassment scandals, and corporate opposition to James Murdoch all add to News Corp's list of woes.
The ABC is given the cold shoulder on the Gold Coast, and Fox News faces even more legal strife.
Murdoch stalwart Roger Ailes is dead. And other media tidbits of the day.
There are reports that other victims of O’Reilly may emerge in coming weeks.
Like the News of the World phone-hacking crisis, which engulfed Murdoch’s UK empire (and a bid for the rest of Sky back then in 2011), the harassment scandal is still spiralling.
The boycott raises the question of how long the Murdochs will allow O’Reilly to remain as host of Fox News Channel’s most watched program.