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Andrea Tantaros calls Fox News a "sex-fueled Playboy Mansion-like cult" in a lawsuit. Will this spell the end for Fox News?

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  • The lawsuit brought by Andrea Tantaros will not be the end of Fox News.

    I don't think the lawsuit brought by Andrea Tantaros against FOX News will be the end of Fox News. While the many accusations against people at FOX News is terrible, FOX News has a strongly established place in news delivery. Those people that have acted inappropriately at FOX News should be prosecuted in court and dealt with accordingly.

  • No, this will not spell the end for Fox News.

    Fox News has become the number one name in cable news by catering to an audience that otherwise would not be served by traditional mainstream news. Most Fox News viewers tend to watch the network because of the political commentary and views that its on-air personalities bring to discussions. These viewers would not find these types of discussions on other networks. Therefore, Fox News will continue to dominate ratings as long as the network stays true to its audience.

  • Fox News will go on.

    Every major network has had scandals at one time or another. This latest one will not spell the end of Fox News. If the allegations are true, then the people guilty certainly need to be punished, but the network is bigger than any one person, even if that person is at the top.

  • Fox News will survive.

    As long as there are right wing conservative nut jobs who love a lot of bias in their news then Fox News will survive. Any comments made against them will be written off as liberal paranoia and they will continue to march on in their holy crusade to ruin this country with half truths and erroneous stories.


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