Sexual harassment allegations aren’t an anomaly at Fox News — they reflect a deeper problem inside of Fox headquarters. Firing Bill O’Reilly doesn’t fix that.
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Fox News’ decision to fire Bill O’Reilly over his history of sexual harassment allegations is a big deal. The problem is: O’Reilly’s replacements aren’t much of an improvement. Fox’s new primetime lineup is stacked with network personalities with their own histories of harassing women, including guests and even co-hosts. And it’s not just primetime — on-air harassment has been a recurring element in Fox News’ programming for years, especially on shows like Fox & Friends. Given the new lineup of personalities who have their own patterns of mistreating women on-air, the network isn’t showing signs of an overhaul just yet.
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