The "Fox Mole"--whose dispatches for Gawker made headlines in Businessweek, The Hollywood Reporter, and even The New York Times--delivers a funny, opinionated memoir of his eight years at the Fox News Channel as an associate producer for Bill O'Reilly. Imagine needing to hide your true beliefs just to keep a job you hated. Now imagine your job was producing the biggest show on the biggest cable news channel in America, and you'll get a sense of what life was like for Joe Muto. As a self-professed bleeding-heart, godless liberal, Joe's viewpoints clearly didn't mesh with his employer. So he became Gawker's so-called Fox Mole and released footage and information that Fox News never wanted exposed. He was fired within 36 hours, so his best material never made it online, but this book provides further details about how Fox's right-wing ideology is promoted throughout the channel; why specific angles and personalities are the only ones broadcast; the bizarre stories Fox anchors actually believed (and passed on to the public); and tales of behind-the-scenes mayhem and mistakes, all part of reporting Fox's version of the news.--From publisher description.