Beck announced the creation of an online-only network that would replace Insider Extreme as a result of his Fox News departure on June 7, InDish Network placed TheBlaze on its channel lineup. As a result of the "Get TheBlaze" campaign a movement led by supporters to have other supporters call their cable or satellite television provider and ask them to carry the channelseveral smaller, regional cable operators also have recently picked up TheBlaze—including Cablevision also known as Optimum TV — Channela major cable provider in the New York metropolitan area.
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By Daily Mail Reporter. For 15 years news anchor Laurie Dhue, one of the most recognizable faces on television, hid her alcoholism from friends, family and colleagues. Despite the demands of her job, Dhue managed to hide her crippling addition and admitted that although she was always sober in front of the camera, she was drunk when she was invited to meet President Bush at a small reception.
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Photo: TheBlaze TV. Dhue, who has hosted programs on Fox News, CNN, and MSNBC, began by saying that while she doesn't let her past struggles define her, her "twenty years of suffering" have certainly shaped her into who she is today. Drinking was absolutely my priority in life, despite the fact that I had a lot to lose.
Since the early s, more than a dozen women have left Fox News Channel for various reasons — some better than others. The unfortunate truth is, many women left the network for disturbing reasons. Below, we broke down who left the network and why.
Getty Images. When it was revealed last week that longtime Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle would. See pictures of Robin Meade, her husband Tim, not affiliated with Robin.
Female reporters. Many of the women on this list got their start on the sidelines in college. Female journalists are reporting several instances of harassment from rogue Bernie Sanders supporters, saying the Sanders backers have issued sexist comments and have even threatened bodily harm The debate shouldn't be about whether female reporters should be allowed, but rather whether reporters should be allowed.
You are not logged in. New York: A Fox television reporter is suing the owner of a website for putting pornographic pictures up on the site which she claims are not her. She moved up to national news with NBC and worked for that network for seven years, where she appeared on a variety of news programs including some on the sister channel, MSNBC. Press J to jump to the feed.