Monday, June 26, 2017

Bill O'Reilly: Not Sure Of A TV Return

In an interview on Friday, former cable-news star Bill O’Reilly dropped more information about the digital web show he’s developing and suggested he’s still considering whether to return to television, according to TheBlaze.

Speaking to Glenn Beck on “The Glenn Beck Radio Program,” O’Reilly said, “I don’t know,” when asked if he’d like to return to television.

“I don’t know yet. It has to be the right vehicle,” O’Reilly said. “It has to be a vehicle that’s competitive, because I’m having fun. … I never wake up and say, ‘Gee, I wish I could commute to New York City today for an hour and a half and walk into a tension-packed cauldron.”

On June 18, The Blaze reported O’Reilly is in the process of building a small news production team, including a team of journalists and at least one producer who used to work for Fox News.

Several conservative news outlets have reportedly been courting O’Reilly since he was fired from the Fox News Channel in April, but the cable-news giant has yet to agree to join any of the media companies, choosing instead to continue developing

O’Reilly joins Glenn Beck every Friday on “The Glenn Beck Radio Program” to discuss important issues of the day.

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