There is one bit I want to mention from the interview.
GLICK: ... is that in -- six months before the Soviet invasion in Afghanistan, starting in the Carter administration and continuing and escalating while Bush's father was head of the CIA, we recruited a hundred thousand radical mujahadeens to combat a democratic government in Afghanistan, the Turaki government.Emphasis added. If O'Reilly really didn't care what Glick thinks, why in the world did he invite him to the show?!
O'REILLY: All right. I don't want to...
O'REILLY: I don't want to debate world politics with you.
GLICK: Well, why not? This is about world politics.
O'REILLY: Because, No. 1, I don't really care what you think.
GLICK: Well, OK.
-Bill O'Reilly vs Jeremy Glick transcript
While the film ended on a note of careful optimism, saying that if people stand up against the media companies things will change, I don't think that it will happen anytime soon. People seem to be too ingrained in watching television and relying on it for all of their opinions to dare stand up and think for themselves. The current sweet spot that the Fox network in co-operation with the republicans/conservatives currently hold is one that they won't let go of easily.
It's not easy outfoxing a fox.