The Loudest Voice in the Room

The Loudest Voice in the Room

How the Brilliant, Bombastic Roger Ailes Built Fox News--and Divided A Country

Book - 2014
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An inside account of Fox News offers insight into its operations and influence, covering the original launch of the cable news network by Roger Ailes and Rupert Murdoch and the ways in which Fox has become a dominant force in American politics.
Publisher: New York : Random House, [2014]
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780812992854
Branch Call Number: 070.43 SHE
Characteristics: xx, 538 p. ; 25 cm.


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Aug 18, 2019

Watch the acclaimed Crave series on the rise of Fox news with Russel Crowe as Roger Ailes. Amazing transformation of the actor for the role makes it all the more compelling.
A must see for news fans even if you are not a Fox News fan.

Jul 26, 2019

Though extremely biased against Ailes and Fox News, The Loudest Voice does adequately explain the history of Ailes and News Corp. in a way I haven't seen it before.

Aug 21, 2015

CNN has viewers; Fox News has fans. That's the gist of Gabriel Sherman's book, which documents the rise of the conservative news channel and its ruthless president, Roger Ailes. While there are many anecdotes in this book that Fox hoped would never see the light of day, overall it was an enjoyable read. What I found most interesting was the chapter dealing with Fox's struggle to get on Time Warner Cable in the mid-90s, highlighting the white hot feud between moguls Rupert Murdoch and Ted Turner. Also, Ailes's attempt to take over a small-town newspaper and the Bill O'Reilly sex scandal demonstrate just how vicious the cable news industry can be. Whether you love or hate Fox News, this book does a good job at tracing back all the major turning points that made the network #1.


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