Bill O’Reilly has become a household name after being fired from Fox News earlier this year due to the multiple sexual harassment allegations against him. Prior to his termination, he held the top spot in cable news for more than 15 years.
Currently, O’Reilly conducts his own daily “No Spin News” analysis on his own website, BillOReilly.com. Shortly after being ousted from Fox, O’Reilly also began by joining The Blaze’s Glenn Beck on his radio talk show every Friday.
However, according to NBC News, O’Reilly may have a new gig soon. On October 25th, NBC released a report that O’Reilly is in the process of negotiating for a position with Sinclair Broadcast Group, a billion-dollar company.
NBC noted that Sinclair is the nation’s largest television-station owner in the United States. The network does lean towards conservatives views, unlike the majority of the mainstream media.
NBC’s report is based on inside sources. The possible job offering has not been confirmed by Sinclair or O’Reilly himself.
O’Reilly also made headlines recently after former Fox News host Megyn Kelly bashed him on her NBC morning show, “Megan Kelly TODAY.” Her brutal comments against O’Reilly came after news broke of the $32 million settlement with one of O’Reilly’s accusers, which he denied.
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