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O'Reilly's ratings rise as advertisers flee

22 April 2017

O'Reilly, who earns $18 million a year hosting the station's most popular show, recently renewed his contract, which was set to expire this year. They filmed the phone call and posted the video to YouTube for posterity. "Fox News and O'Reilly have said no one has complained about him on their complaint line".

Fox instructed the law firm Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison to conduct the investigation.

Fox News and its star host Bill O'Reilly are on the defensive after becoming embroiled in new allegations of sexual misconduct and racial discrimination.

Civil rights attorney Lisa Bloom, who is representing former "The O'Reilly Factor" contributor Wendy Walsh, said to CNN's Brian Stelter on "Reliable Sources" that she was told by the company's lawyers that they would launch an investigation based on Walsh's accusations.

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Lisa Bloom, a civil rights attorney who is representing Walsh, said she and her client made a decision to call the anonymous hotline because no one had done so.

Bloom's announcement comes days after she and the accuser, Wendy Walsh, recorded themselves reporting O'Reilly to Fox News' corporate complaint hotline.

"SNL" later shifts to the companies that have pulled their advertisements from O'Reilly's show, running mock commercials including one for "dog cocaine".

"I actually see a lot of myself in you, Bill", Baldwin's Trump said.

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"O'Reilly" attempted to throw it over to journalist Laurie Dhue, before being told by a producer that she no longer worked at the company.

"OK, but when she said no, what was her vibe?" he asked, later adding, "Yeah, like when she said no, did her eyes say yes?"

While defending Donald Trump on the air, Fox News has been privately using the Trump Access Hollywood tape to train their own employees about sexual harassment.

"Did she get the check?" he wonders, the comment making reference to the recent reports proving Fox paid off at least six women to settle sex harassment accusations against O'Reilly. "At this time, the ad buys of those clients have been re-expressed into other FNC programs", Paul Rittenberg, executive vice president of advertising sales at Fox News said in a statement.

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O'Reilly's ratings rise as advertisers flee