Fox News co-president Bill Shine resigns amid growing exodus at Murdoch network
The bloodletting at Fox News shows no sign of stopping after the conservative network announced that co-president Bill Shine was leaving.
After days of speculation that the days of Mr Shine - long seen as a close ally of former CEO Robert Ailes - were coming to an end, the network said he had resigned.
The departure of Mr Shine follows the ousting last month of leading anchor Bill O’Reilly, and the firing of Mr Ailes last year. Both Mr Ailes and Mr O’Reilly had been accused of sexual harassment, allegations they both denied.
Didn't Hannity say that if Bill Shine is pushed out it's the end of Fox News?— Joy Reid (@JoyAnnReid) May 1, 2017
Mr Shine's co-president, Jack Abernethy, will remain.
End of fauxnews ... but not the fauxnews lies. It will be business as usual.