As many anticipated, when Megyn Kelly began discussing on the show her own experiences with sexual misconduct on Fox News, attention was paid. It was coming from the horse's mouth. And the attention was positive.
Then, Kelly upped all that. She started interviewing the accusers of Harvey Weinstein and Mark Halperin.
On The Wrap, Tony Maglio reports that ratings for the week of October 23rd shot up 10% to 2.338 million viewers.
The ongoing sexual misconduct scandals have also enhanced Ronan Farrow's branding. Thanks to his two long-form features in The New Yorker on Harvey Weinstein, he even had been invited to be a guest on late-night talk.
If both Kelly and Farrow keep discovering what audiences want and deliver that in the packaging they prefer, there is no limits on their career runway.
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