Well, that's not how he's dressed right now on the "Military" Channel, as I outlined above.If Fox News had attractive anchors that wore next to nothing when besmirching Obama or whatever else, I would actually watch.
I understand about marketing and what is acceptable today. I was just commenting about the evolution of acceptable attire.
It might good for them. They need to revitalize their stale image or be irrelevant in 10 years.
Then you got O'Reilly who needs less estrogen since he is a narcissistic female sex organ.
Fox News Channel's female news anchors are among the most gorgeous women in television news i.e. Megyn Kelly, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Gretchen Carlson, Ainsley Earhart, Heather Nauert, Elisabeth Hasslbeck, Martha MacCallum, Andrea Tantaros, Dana Perino, et. al., who's hotter?
Fox's new evening line up starts Monday, part of being dynamic even in light of fabulous ratings; not "stale."
FNC's President Roger Ailes is a genius!
I have a far Left drinking buddy who acknowledges that Fox "knows how to do it" with their hot news chicks, who are well educated and have professional backgrounds, Megyn Kelly and Kimberly Guilfoyle are attorney's (a few of the others are likewise), unlike PMSNBC with a blatant Lesbyterian, Ms. Madcow, smack dab in the middle of prime time. Madcow will be going "head to head," so to speak, with Megyn Kelly beginning Monday, which should be the final nail in her coffin---MSNBC will have to bring out the lovely Tamron Hall to compete.
If I'm not mistaken, "The Five," "It's 5 o'clock in New York and this is 'The Five," is the highest rated program in cable news.
Routinely securing more than twice the audience garnered by both CNN and MSNBC combined keeps them in pretty good standing. I don't think anyone is too worried about becoming stale.