Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Bill o'reilly msnbc

  • Fox News Bill OReilly launched a rather scathing attack on MSNBC in a recent interview, saying the rival network does not deal in facts.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Bill OReilly hosted a discussion regarding conservative pundit Pat Buchanan and his recent absence from the network that employs him during his Fox News show on Thursday.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Bill OReilly: You know, its hard for me to say with any clarity difference between Fox News presentation and the presentation on our competition, CNN and MSNBC and Headline News. And the difference is basically more authenticity.
  • (Multichannel Online)
  • Not too surprisingly, Bill O'Reilly thinks Pat Buchanan should not have been fired from MSNBC.
  • (News Hounds)
  • In extended weekday primetime, MSNBC viewers are treated to six straight hours Despite his right-of-center leanings, Bill OReilly could hardly be called a right-wing ideologue as his program features almost as many liberal guests as conservatives.
  • (News Busters)
  • The nightly newscast he anchors, Special Report, is the third most-watched news show on cable television, behind Fox teammates Bill OReilly and Sean Hannity, and it beats the combined audience of CNN and MSNBC at 6 p.m. Eastern.
  • (msnbc.com)
  • there was a little Republican-Democrat friction when the Nation columnist Eric Alterman approached Bill O'Reilly to thank him for apologizing on-air in 2004 for calling Alterman a "Fidel Castro confidant.
  • (Nation)
  • I'm talking about some serious issues. You'll see me sitting at a desk just like Nancy Grace or Bill O'Reilly and the language will be clean. I recently did an episode with Derrick Parker aka The Hip Hop Cop.
  • (msnbc.com)
  • Areu cited a controversy that saw Buchanan exiled from MSNBC, allegedly because network executives objected to his latest book, "Suicide of a Superpower.
  • (Daily Caller)
  • Did MSNBC win? Yes, that's what they say — at least vis In the segment below, with Bill O'Reilly, she breaks a land record in reaching for slime and distortion.
  • (Washington Post)

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