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Fox News’ ‘Factor’ goes on without Bill O’Reilly in major cable shakeup

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NBC News contributor Gabe Sherman, who broke the story of Bill O’Reilly’s exit for “New York Magazine,” joins TODAY to weigh in on what’s next for Fox News. Following the exit of Roger Ailes, Megyn Kelly and now Bill O’Reilly, Sherman says “this is going to be a new network” and says James Murdoch, Rupert Murdoch’s youngest son, would like to move it into a more centrist moderate position. “This is more of a family struggle at this point than it is a television one,” Sherman says.