William James O’Reilly, Jr., more popularly known as Bill O’Reilly, is the host of The O’Reilly Factor which airs on the Fox News Channel.
Born in New York City on September 10, 1949, Bill O’Reilly first anchored the entertainment program Inside Edition. This B.A. in History graduate (Queens Mary College at the University of London) is a well-known radio/television host, syndicated columnist, author, and political commentator. Aside from his Fox cable news show, Bill O’Reilly also hosts a talk radio program called The Radio Factor.
Bill O’Reilly writes about the importance of Christmas and emphasizes peace, understanding, and spreading goodwill to all men.
Wikipedia.org gives a detailed of Bill O’Reilly including his personal and educational backgrounds, as well as a detailed list of his early years in the media.
Foxnews.com has a page reserved for The O’Reilly Factor, a page which covers everything related to Bill O’Reilly and his show that features some of the show’s interesting segments.
In an article entitled “O’Reilly comes out swinging at the Nixon Library”, OCRegister.com tells the story of how Bill O’Reilly wowed his audience and fans at the Nixon Presidential Library & Museum when he talked about his views on the Obama government, The O’Reilly Factor, his detractors, and his radio show in a funny, entertaining, and spontaneous way.
This page presents a transcript taken from The O’Reilly Factor’s Culture Warrior, a segment on the show that focuses on all things related to American culture.
This page from FoxNews.com presents a comprehensive biography of Bill O’Reilly, one of the world’s most watched political commentators.
This is a blog on SunTimes.com that features a transcript of Bill O’Reilly’s interview with President-elect Barack Obama last September 2008, at the height of his campaign for the Presidency.
The Huffingntonpost.com ran a story last September 2008 that carries a video and a brief article about how Bill O’Reilly defended President-elect Barack Obama against critics who indicated that the former Senator intended to make sexist remarks.
Another Huffingtonpost.com article talks about Bill O’Reilly ending his radio show The Radio Factor, which began in 2002, in early 2009.
Time.com presents a feature on Bill O’Reilly answering ten varied questions from people across America.