Former Fox News (FOXA) Chairman Roger Ailes died at the age of 77.

TheStreet Media Columnist Ken Doctor spoke to Tracy Byrnes about how he changed TV news.

Doctor broke down how Ailes was able to make the most of Ruper Murdoch's investment to take the sensibilities of British tabloids and bring them to the U.S.

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