“ROUGH RATINGS Controversial Megyn Kelly-Alex Jones interview a dud” -Fox News

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Summary: ” Here is my statement regarding Sunday night’s interview: pic.twitter.com/iS2VfyLt6S Al Tompkins, the Poynter Institute’s senior faculty, for broadcasting, and online, told Forbes that Kelly will need to boost her ratings to ensure her reported seven-figure salary with the network. MEGYN KELLY’S INTERVIEW WITH ALEX JONES GETTING all complete OVERHAUL The program took a nosedive in comparison to Kelly’s debut on June 4, which featured an interview with Russian president Vladimir Putin. In the conversation, Kelly was heard promising she wouldn’t portray him as “some kind of boogeyman.” MEGYN KELLY WARNS ALEX JONES ‘ISN’T GOING AWAY’ Shortly prior to the interview, which was aired on Father’s Day, Jones released a video in which he offered condolences to families who’d lost children in the “horrible tragedy” of Newtown but didn’t refer back to his previous comments disputing the killings. Prior to the interview, Kelly released a statement on Twitter June 13 explaining the importance of airing her oral conversation with Jones. The NBC hour-long “Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly” program was criticized ahead of time because Jones had in the past called the 2012 shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newton, Conn., a hoax. Despite a week’s worth of stories about her controversial interview with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, the Q&A ended up being watched by only 3.5 million viewers and was soundly beaten by CBS rival “60 Minutes,” which drew 5.3 million viewers, according to Nielsen.”

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