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Sex in the newsroom

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In a memo to employees announcing Charlie Rose’s firing on Tuesday, CBS News President David Rhodes said that he was “deeply disappointed and angry that people were victimized.” / Steve Mack:Getty Images

By Jason Schwartz | POLITICO

The New York Times is calling attention to an anonymous hotline. CBS News is increasing training. NBC News is looking at all of the above.

They, like other major media outlets, including POLITICO, are grappling with how to better communicate and reach out to employees as the news business faces a wave of revelations of inappropriate behavior.

By last Wednesday, two of the three major broadcast networks, the leading cable network, the second-leading cable network, the top public-radio network, and the nation’s most prestigious newspaper have all confronted the same problem: A prominent figure accused of behaving inappropriately.


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