Former Fox News anchor Bill O’Reilly is steadily blazing a new trail for himself, and shared some of his plans in a recent interview on the Glenn Beck Radio Program.
When asked by Glenn Beck if he’d like to return to television, O’Reilly responded, ““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.”
He did indicate there are still some scores to settle.
“I have some battles I want to fight,” O’Reilly stated. “And if the right forum presents itself, I would absolutely consider it.”
When O’Reilly spoke at a tour event in Westbury, New York Saturday, June 17, he discussed the new studio he is setting up to start his own program, which will be similar to “The Factor,” which he had with Fox.
In an interview with The Blaze on June 18, O’Reilly elaborated, saying his new production team will include one producer who used to work for Fox News, along with a team of journalists, and added that the 40-minute show will run five days per week.
After O’Reilly announced the launch of his own show, the CEO of One America News Network withdrew an offer he had made for O’Reilly to join OANN and said he wished O’Reilly luck.
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