new york - Bill Shine stepped up as co-director of Fox News on Monday. He is the last leading figure in the field of media business due to the scandal of unwanted intimidation and sexual abuse.
Former network boss Roger Ailes, after intervention by owner Rupert Murdoch, and anchorman Bill O'Reilly attacked him. Colleague manager Jack Abernethy remains in office.
Andrea Tantaros, a former Fox presenter, complained to Shine. This one would have known about Ailes's malicious practices but did not do anything about it. He denies that assertion but now holds the glory to himself. Suzanne Scott and Jay Wallace take over their duties as program director and director of news service.
With the departure of Shine, the cold at Fox is still out of the air. Sean Hannity, one of the most important presenters, expanded for him last week. He is convinced of his innocence.