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  1. Fox News Absorbs Newscore, Promotes Two Executives

    4:09 pm 6/6/2012

    The cable network takes over day to day operations of News Corp's wire service, upping its own SVP of news editorial and Newscore's CEO in the process.Read more

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  2. Sean Hannity Formalizes Deal to Stay With Fox News Channel for at Least 4 Years

    1:49 pm 5/24/2012

    The announcement comes three weeks after FNC inked a deal with Bill O'Reilly.Read more

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  3. It's Official: Bill O'Reilly Signs Multi-Year Deal With Fox News Channel

    1:57 pm 4/24/2012

    Network chairman and CEO Roger Ailes praises the "O'Reilly Factor" host in his announcement, noting the series' rating dominance for more than a decade.Read more

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  4. Roger Ailes Says Sarah Palin 'Had No Chance' at Becoming President

    7:34 pm 4/14/2012

    The Fox News chief continued a week full of colorful commentary, in which he also insinuated Gawker was a “pornographic” Web site during THR's 35 Most Powerful People in Media celebration.Read more

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  5. Remembering Mike Wallace

    9:51 am 4/12/2012

    Steve Kroft, Jeff Fager, Hoda Kotb, Roger Ailes, George Stephanopoulos and Charile Rose discuss the death and legacy of CBS news legend Mike Wallace.Read more

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  6. Roger Ailes 35 Most Powerful People in Media

    10:56 pm 4/11/2012

    At THR's 35 Most Powerful People in Media event in New York City on Wednesday, FNC chief Roger Ailes had choice words for Gawker, which has long been a critic of his channel.Read more

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  7. Roger Ailes Slams Gawker as Fox News Mole Reveals Himself, is Fired (Video)

    9:57 pm 4/11/2012

    UPDATED: The network found and suspended the rogue employee who had filed anonymous posts at Gawker that ripped the organization, while FNC chief Roger Ailes discredits the site in a conversation with THR.Read more

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  8. THR's Media Power Party Draws New York's Top Headline Makers and Shapers

    8:02 pm 4/11/2012

    The first New York event, thrown at the Four Seasons Restaurant to celebrate the Top 35 Most Powerful People in Media, drew broadcasters such as Katie Couric and Steve Kroft, as well as executives from Roger Ailes to Les Moonves.Read more

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  9. Fox News Boss Roger Ailes Defends Douglas Kennedy against Criminal Charges

    9:11 am 2/27/2012

    The network chairman throws his support behind the correspondent, who is accused of assaulting a nurse at a hospital.Read more

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