Do you think O'Reilly (or his agent), apparently a fairly sophisticated market investor, would have come back to WWON after having announced his intention to leave radio on December 5, if not assured that the company was even going to be around for his "Talking Points" show? Surely he must have been aware of WWON's stock price decline and delisting while working for them. Rats (especially image conscious, high profile ones) don't generally jump ON a sinking ship.
Bill O'reilly is a moron, who claims to have gone to Harvard, when all he did was audit classes in between TV jobs-ie he was fired and had nothing else to do. If your yardstick for WON's longterm health is O'reilly or his agent, I have a bridge for sale I think you might be interested in