New sum on sovereign review into Fox News

NEW YORK — The house of 21st Century Fox met inside Fox News domicile Thursday, while outside, a National Organization for Women announced a ouster of horde Bill O’Reilly isn’t enough.

“We suspicion it was unequivocally critical to come out and strew some light and contrition a 13 members of a house of directors of 21st Century Fox who’ve authorised this enlightenment to flourish,” pronounced one activist.

Federal prosecutors have questions too: A counsel representing former Fox News co-host Andrea Tantaros, who’s suing former Fox News chairman Roger Ailes, says a U.S. Attorney has subpoenaed one of his other clients.

“Well we wish to be transparent that we don’t know what a inlet of a review is,” pronounced profession Judd Burstein.

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Judd Burstein

But Burstein told CBS News a summons suggests a review relates to a process in that settlements were paid.

“There is a grand jury review that it is being conducted by a bonds rascal multiplication of a U.S. Attorney’s office. And we do know that when Fox News talked to settle with Andrea Tanteros they wanted to compensate a allotment out as salary,” Burstein said.

“The deduction we pull from that is there might have been a complicated bid to censor a fact that there were all these settlements being paid out by disguising them as salary,” he said.

Fox has announced Tucker Carlson will reinstate O’Reilly, though of a 50 or so companies that yanked ads from a show, many told CBS News they have not motionless either to pierce their ads behind to a time slot. Viewership has remained steady.

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Howard Bragman

“Viewers are not their problem. Advertisers, yes. They have to go and demeanour during their advisers, a people that compensate for their network, where a increase come from, and contend here’s a changes we’ve done and here’s because we’re a protected place for we to put your money,” pronounced open family dilettante Howard Bragman.

Fox News did not respond to CBS News’ questions about a U.S. Attorney’s investigation. On Wednesday, Bill O’Reilly called a allegations opposite him ungrounded and Roger Ailes has denied a allegations opposite him in a past.

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