Formerly a television executive, she was the owner and publisher of local New York state newspapers The Putnam County News & Recorder and The Putnam County Courier. Ailes was thanked for his work, without mention of the allegations.

[34] On July 19, New York reported that Megyn Kelly told investigators Ailes made "unwanted sexual advances toward her" at the start of her career. ロジャー・エイルズ (英語版) 演 - ラッセル・クロウ、日本語吹替 - 山路和弘 foxニュースの創立者。 ブライアン・ルイス (英語版) 演 - セス・マクファーレン、日本語吹替 - 豊田茂 広報。 ベス・エイルズ 演 - シエナ・ミラー、日本語吹替 - 山口協佳 ロジャーの妻。 [2] His father was abusive, and his parents divorced in 1960. Especially my family. "[18], Ailes was hired by Rupert Murdoch in 1996 to become the CEO of Fox News, effective on October 7.[19].

He died on May 18, 2017 at the age of 77 after suffering a subdural hematoma that was aggravated by his hemophilia.

[48][49] Roger Ailes had one son, named Zachary, with Elizabeth. Rupert Murdoch succeeded him as chairman, and as interim CEO until the naming of a permanent replacement.

[59] The next day Ailes withdrew the gift. [62][63][64] The Palm Beach County Medical Examiner attributed his death to a subdural hematoma, aggravated by hemophilia. [65] His wife, Elizabeth, announced his death in a statement on the Drudge Report.

In 1993, he became president of CNBC and later created the "America's Talking" channel, which would eventually become MSNBC.

[67], Also in 2019, John Lithgow won great critical acclaim playing Ailes in Jay Roach's film Bombshell, also starring Charlize Theron as Megyn Kelly and Nicole Kidman as Gretchen Carlson.

In 1987 and 1988, Ailes was credited (along with Lee Atwater) with guiding George H. W. Bush to victory in the Republican primaries and the victory over Michael Dukakis. "[44] The next month, 21st Century Fox announced it had settled a lawsuit with Carlson over her allegations of harassment against Ailes. [68], American television executive and political consultant, Federation for American Immigration Reform, Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, National Federation of Independent Business, The Loudest Voice In The Room: How The Brilliant, Bombastic Roger Ailes Built Fox News – And Divided A Country, "Warren High Schools' Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame", "Ohio University to Rename Newsroom for FOX News' Roger Ailes", "Roger Ailes, Fox News Founder Who Was Forced Out by Scandal, Dies at 77", "Roger Ailes, Former Fox News Chief, Dies at 77", "Master deceivers: When Roger Ailes met Richard Nixon", "Before Roger Ailes was a disgraced Fox News mogul, he was George H.W. He continued as Executive Producer for the show when it was syndicated nationally, and in 1967 and 1968 he won Emmy Awards for it. [53], In October 2007, Ailes gave a sizeable donation to Ohio University for a renovated student newsroom. If completed, he would have served as head of Fox News Channel for 20 years. He died on May 18, three days after his 77th birthday.

Ailes suffered from hemophilia, a medical condition in which the body is impaired in its ability to produce blood clots. Bush's 'wily media man, "The Reliable Source: Roger Ailes-Bob Woodward Smackdown? It also claimed Rupert Murdoch and his sons, Lachlan and James, had seen enough information in the preliminary review to conclude that Ailes had to go.

The latest allegations, all 30 to 50 years old, are false.

"[33], Ten days later, New York magazine reported that an internal review into Carlson's claims had expanded into a broader review of Ailes's stewardship.

Then, in 2016, when Gretchen Carlson first made her sexual abuse allegations, 21st Century Fox pressured Kelly to defend Ailes, which she refused to do. Under those conditions, ACI would act as general contractor for the project with no obligation to conduct competitive bidding before awarding construction management and other subcontracts. [54], Ailes majored in radio and television while at Ohio University and served two years as manager of the school's radio station. [29][30] Ailes, through his attorney, Susan Estrich, denied the charges.

According to Kelly, when she first joined Fox News, Ailes would have meetings with her, during which he would make sexual remarks. "[26] In October 2012, his contract with the network was renewed for four years, through 2016. They called on Rupert Murdoch, the chairman of News Corp, to sanction Fox News commentator Glenn Beck for his use of the Holocaust to "discredit any individual or organization you disagree with.

[28] Fox News denied the allegation and rejected the authenticity of Sherman's book. [9], Ailes was credited with the "Orchestra Pit Theory" regarding sensationalist political coverage in the news media, which originated with his quip:.mw-parser-output .templatequote{overflow:hidden;margin:1em 0;padding:0 40px}.mw-parser-output .templatequote .templatequotecite{line-height:1.5em;text-align:left;padding-left:1.6em;margin-top:0}, If you have two guys on a stage and one guy says, "I have a solution to the Middle East problem," and the other guy falls in the orchestra pit, who do you think is going to be on the evening news? ロジャー・エイルズ事件に続いて、多くのメディア解説者は新しいアプローチでGetting Realを再び取り上げた。 この本は、Fox Newsで働いていたときに直面したハラスメントに立ち向かう、カールソンの最初のステップであると述べた人もいる [60] 。 Ailes apologized to a Jewish group, but not to NPR, for using the expression, writing to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL): "I was of course ad-libbing and should not have chosen that word, but I was angry at the time because of NPR's willingness to censor Juan Williams for not being liberal enough ... My now considered opinion 'nasty, inflexible bigot' would have worked better.

Carlson, Gretchen: Getting Real. Nixon's successful presidential campaign was Ailes's first venture into the political spotlight. [4][5], Ailes's career in television began in Cleveland and Philadelphia, where he started as Production Assistant (1961), Producer (1965), and Executive Producer (1967–68) for KYW-TV,[6] for a then-locally produced talk-variety show, The Mike Douglas Show. [60], In a 2013 book excerpt from Roger Ailes: Off Camera, Ailes spoke about facing death, saying, "Because of my hemophilia, I've been prepared to face death all of my life. [45], In 2016, after he left Fox News, he became an adviser to the Donald Trump campaign, where he assisted with debate preparation.

The magazine also reported that the Murdochs had given Ailes an ultimatum—resign by August 1 or be fired.

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エイルズ氏は米中西部オハイオ州の出身。 ニクソン、レーガン、ブッシュ(父)ら歴代の共和党大統領のメディアコンサルタントとして辣腕(らつわん)をふるい、1996年のFOXニュース設立時に、メディア王のルパート・マードック氏に招かれ、初代CEOに就任。 Alma mater: Ohio University: Occupation: President of Fox News Chair of Fox Television Stations 20th Television: This article is part of a series on: Conservatism in the United States

[7] Later, Nixon called on Ailes to serve as his Executive Producer for television.