O’Reilly Is Working On A New Project

Bill O’Reilly went through a lot of difficulties in the last few months. The former Fox News host was involved in several scandals, and the sexual harassment allegations put an end to his career at the network. O’Reilly spent twenty years at Fox News, but the Murdochs thought that he can’t fit in their new program. Many thought that O’Reilly will be gone for good, but the former host has some good news for his fans.

Some said that President Donald Trump offered O’Reilly to take the position of Sean Spicer. Although the President didn’t deny such possibility, O’Reilly said that he won’t be the new White House Press Secretary.

Viewers were disappointed to hear that their favorite host will leave Fox News. O’Reilly’s fans said that conservative fat cats are already working on a new conservative network. But, the host made a huge announcement, and it all makes sense now.

O’Reilly is ready to start his own Internet-based news organization. “I am starting my own operation. We are going to do that,” O’Reilly explained. Many would agree that Bill O’Reilly was the most popular news anchor ever. Is this why liberals tried to take him out of Fox News?

Now every news outlet is scared of O’Reilly’s new project. The mainstream media will definitely face a major loss, and this goes in favor of O’Reilly.

The former Fox News host is gathering top professionals. He is also counting on the possibility to work with a Fox News producer who left the network.

What’s O’Reilly’s plan? He is going to rebuild The Factor. The 30-minute streaming broadcast will be presented on BillOReilly.com. This is going to be huge.

“It’s basically an experiment to see how many people are going to want this service. That’s coming and will be here before September in a robust form. But I suspect there will be another network maybe merging with us,” O’Reilly said.

What do you think about this? Do you think O’Reilly’s new project will gain huge success? Will viewers accept it? How will this affect the ratings of other cable networks in the country?

(h/t Breitbart, Mediaite, Bill O’Rilly)