O'Reilly has been with Fox News for over 20 years and is the host of the popular segment "The O'Reilly Factor".
Sonya Ossorio, head of the National Organization for Women's NY chapter, says she wants to see a change in culture, starting with the Board of Directors, WCBS 880's Marla Diamond reported. The network was backed into a corner and was forced to take some sort of action due to not only public outrage but sponsors dropping their advertisements from "The O'Reilly Factor".
O'Reilly' severance, totaling the equivalent of one year of his salary, would mark the latest multimillion-dollar payment by Fox News related to men accused of sexual harassment.
O' Reilly will be replaced in his prime-time lineup by Fox host Tucker Carlson.
O'Reilly was sacked Wednesday amid a string of sexual harassment allegations.
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Additionally, the Paxil label, GSK says, provided complete and adequate warnings during the time period relevant to this lawsuit. Last year, the FDA delayed a decision on whether generics makers should hold more responsibility in warning about drug risks.
"As a strong woman, I say, you know, we should feel more empowered than that", she said.
The payout follows the presenter's dismissal from Fox News this week after a 22-year career with the network and compares with the $40m collected by Roger Ailes, the network's former chairman, when he parted ways in similar circumstances last year.
Women rights activists declared his dismissal a victory and said they hoped it would encourage victims of sexual harassment to speak out.
At the time of the decision, O'Reilly was on holiday in Italy and shook hands with the Pope.
Ailes and O'Reilly have denied the allegations.
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Soso said she was there "just to be part of the purple family, the purple army". "It would always shift the mood". Elsewhere in the city, the Minneapolis Institute of Art lit its exterior in a haunting purple glow in his honor.
On New York magazine's website, Sherman wrote: "The Murdochs have decided Bill O'Reilly's 21-year run at Fox News will come to an end".
Allegations against the veteran political commentator date back to 2002, when he settled a lawsuit with a junior producer at FOX News.
Burgess was a an office worker for another broadcaster at the network in 2008, when, within her first week, she started noticing that O'Reilly would make a grunting noise as he passed her desk.
"The inference I draw from that is there may have been a studied effort to hide the fact that there were all these settlements being paid out by disguising them as salary", he said.
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