Mainstream Media implodes


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They're too liberal. Libertines of both sexes having too much sex on the job. Racism? The main concern of these white women is the race of their children if they aren't known to be in a legitimate relationship with a man of color, and they can't get an abortion.....

Several New York Times staffers agreed with Bari Weiss' scathing resignation letter, report claims
Report raises question about whether Times can once again be 'the paper of record'

>>>New York contributing editor Reeves Wiedeman detailed the Times’ liberal staffers who lost it earlier this year when their paper published an op-ed by Sen. Tom Cotton headlined “Send in the Troops” at the height of nationwide protests following the death of George Floyd in police custody. The backlash over the opinion piece eventually resulted in then-editor James Bennet’s abrupt exit after internal backlash. <<<

https://www.bariweiss.com/resignation-letter

Columbia Journalism Review https://www.cjr.org/analysis/public-radio-for-all-diversity-equity.php

>>>IN 2017, as #MeToo swept across the journalism industry, leaders in public media–including those at WNYC (where I work), WBUR, Minnesota Public Radio, and NPR headquarters—were exposed. If the stories of harassment at major news outlets felt less than surprising, ... Recently, however, yet more accusations—this time mostly grounded in racism and discrimination—have surfaced across public radio. In June, staff at WAMU, in Washington, DC, started speaking out on Twitter about high turnover among people of color; soon, stories of harassment at the station made local news.<<<

Hearst names Debi Chirichella to replace Troy Young as head of magazines

>>>Chirichella had been named acting president after Young was ousted nearly four months ago following a New York Times story that detailed accusations of 52-year-old Young’s lewd and creepy behavior over the course of his five years at Hearst, including two years in the top magazine job.

A former Conde Nast executive who joined Hearst in 2011 as chief financial officer, 57-year-old Chirichella will now oversee titles including Cosmopolitan, Harper’s Bazaar, Esquire and Town & Country.<<<

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