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  • FILE - In this May 4, 2010 file photo, Fox News Channel's Glenn Beck attends the TIME 100 gala celebrating the 100 most influential people, at the Time Warner Center in New York. (AP Photo/Evan Agostini, file)

    Glenn Beck's Fox show ending

    Glenn Beck later this year will end his Fox News Channel talk show, which has sunk in the ratings and has suffered from an advertiser boycott.


  • FILE - In this May 4, 2010 file photo, Fox News Channel's Glenn Beck attends the TIME 100 gala celebrating the 100 most influential people, at the Time Warner Center in New York. (AP Photo/Evan Agostini, file)

    Glenn Beck's Fox show ending

    Glenn Beck later this year will end his Fox News Channel talk show, which has sunk in the ratings and has suffered from an advertiser boycott.


  • Glenn Beck will end his Fox News Channel program later this year and "transition" into a producing role. His show is the third-highest-rated news program on cable TV. (Associated Press)

    Beck announces end of popular Fox News show

    Uber-popular Fox News Channel host Glenn Beck will end his daily program on the network later this year and "transition" into a behind-the-scenes role as a producer both in broadcast and online. His departure was jointly announced Wednesday by Fox News and Mercury Radio Arts, Mr. Beck's production company, and not without drama.


  • FILE - In this May 4, 2010 file photo, Fox News Channel's Glenn Beck attends the TIME 100 gala celebrating the 100 most influential people, at the Time Warner Center in New York. (AP Photo/Evan Agostini, file)

    Glenn Beck's Fox show dropped

    Glenn Beck's talk show is being dropped by the Fox News Channel after sinking in the ratings and suffering financially due to an advertiser boycott.


  • Report: Fox News chief told exec to lie on Kerik

    Fox News chairman Roger Ailes told a former publishing executive to lie to federal investigators who vetted now-disgraced ex-New York police commissioner Bernard Kerik for a Cabinet post in 2004, according to court documents cited in a news report Friday.


  • FILE- In this file photo from Tuesday Jan. 30, 1996, Rupert Murdoch, right, Chairman and CEO of The News Corporation Limited, listens as Roger Ailes speaks during a New York news conference after he was named chairman and CEO of News Corp. Ailes told a former publishing executive to lie to federal investigators who vetted now-disgraced ex-New York police commissioner Bernard Kerik for a Cabinet post in 2004, according to court documents cited in a news report Friday, Feb. 25, 2011. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File)

    Report: Fox News boss told exec to lie about Kerik

    Fox News chairman Roger Ailes told a former publishing executive to lie to federal investigators who vetted now-disgraced ex-New York Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik for a Cabinet post in 2004, according to court documents cited in a news report Friday.


  • Illustration: Media by Greg Groesch for The Washington Times

    TYRRELL: Modified left-wing hangout

    The other day in the Wall Street Journal, my friend Fred Barnes deposited a few thoughts on journalism provoked by the discovery of a mother lode of left-wing bigotry, screeds and semiliterate gibbering. He hastened to tell his readers that there was no conspiracy behind the journalists' "tilt" to the left, but rather, "The media disproportionately attracts people from the liberal arts background who tend, quite innocently, to be politically liberal." Then he filed a caveat, noting that "hundreds of journalists have gotten together, on an online listserv called JournoList, to promote liberalism and liberal politicians at the expense of traditional journalism."


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