When we last reported about Bill O’Reilly, we noted that he was looking at possible future projects.
Now those plans are coming into sharper focus and they’re going to make his fans very happy.
During an appearance at New York’s NYCB Theatre at Westbury with Dennis Miller, he said he would be starting his own network.
From Daily Mail:
During a question-and-answer portion of the address, the 67-year-old gave his fans in attendance a hint he could be back on their television screens in just a few months, Newsday reports.
‘There could be a new network,’ he said, before adding: ‘A bunch of people are looking to compete with Fox because there’s a perception of decline.’
He predicted it would be coming within the next few months.
‘I am starting my own operation. We are going to do that,’ he stated, before explaining he will soon be rolling out a ‘beta-test’ for a newscast.
‘We will go into a studio and here it will look like “The Factor”,’ he said.
‘It’s basically an experiment to see how many people are going to want this service.
‘That’s coming and will be here before September in a robust form. But I suspect there will be another network maybe merging with us.
He’s working on assembling personnel, in addition to talking about a possible merger with another network.
O’Reilly told Mediaite “We are assembling a team of journalists and are considering a number of options as BillOReilly.com is quickly developing into a major enterprise.”
O’Reilly has also been suggesting he has big information to reveal about the effort to get him off the air and he said again he would be revealing that soon.
It all had to do with President Trump. In the weeks to come, I’m going to lay all that out in a very public way.’
He continued to compare himself to the president as the speech went on, suggesting they are both struggling because of media attacks.
‘I know the same people who came after me are the same people after him,’ O’Reilly told his faithful fans.
‘So I know this is the fraud being perpetuated on you, the American voter.
‘The progressive far left will not accept the election. It’s the media driving the hate.’
If he’s able to put out his own show, fans will be over the moon.
At the time he left Fox, his ratings were still the highest of his career.