OAN: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

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John Oliver addresses the similarities between Robert Herring’s Right-Wing Conservative News Channel, OAN, and Ron Burgundy, the fictitious character from the movie Anchorman. All and all, John Oliver points out how ridiculously bias and fake OAN News is and how dangerous their fake news broadcasting can be when it comes to misleading the public. 

OAN News even lies about having their content being sent to the Archives Library of Congress and the host Graham Ledger proudly claims at the end of each broadcast, that “Even When He Is Wrong, He Is Right.”

Ron Burgundy from Anchorman

One America News Network (OANN), also known as One America News (OAN), is a conservative, far-right news and opinion channel owned by Herring Networks, Inc., launched on July 4, 2013. The network is headquartered in San Diego, California, and operates news bureaus in Washington, D.C. and New York City.

Herring Networks Inc., founded in 2003 and based in San Diego, California, is a company owning and operating through its Herring Broadcasting division (HBC) two cable networks: AWE Network (originally known as Wealth TV), an American lifestyle and entertainment cable network founded in 2004 and the conservative One America News Network launched in 2013, also known as OAN or OANN, the latter in a strategic partnership with The Washington Times. Herring Networks Inc. founder and CEO is Robert Herring.

Robert Herring

Robert S. Herring, Sr. is a California businessman who founded Herring Networks, a media company that launched and currently owns AWE and One America News Network. He was born in Rayville, Louisiana, the son of a share-cropper. The family moved to California in 1948.


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