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mudabure.comCBS chief Les Moonves steps down amid sexual misconduct allegationsCBS Chief Executive Les Moonves has resigned after at least 12 women came forward to accuse him of sexual misconduct in a pair of New Yorker articles authored by Pulitzer Prize winner Ronan Farrow. In a statement released Sunday evening, CBS said that Moonves would depart his position as chairman, president and CEO 'effective immediately.' COO Joseph Ianniello was announced as president and acting CEO 'while the Board conducts a search for a permanent successor.' The network also announced that it and Moonves would donate $20 million to organizations that support 'that support the #MeToo movement and equality for women15
epeak.inTrump Biographer: We’re Seeing the GOP ‘Die Right Before our Eyes and Become the Cult of Trump’ ⋆ Epeak World NewsPulitzer Prize-winning journalist and Donald Trump biographer David Cay Johnston says the Republican Party is dying a slow death through their total obedience to the president and apparent disregard for his lack of morality. RSS. Epeak Daily Epeak Daily Bitcoin OldTwitter Johnston spoke to SiriusXM Radio host Dean Obeidallah about what he learned of Trump …2
theparisreview.orgNed Rorem, The Art of the Diary No. 1 “I am a composer,” Ned Rorem once said, “who also writes, not a writer who also composes.” His music—hundreds of ravishing art songs and instrumental scores, one of which won the 1976 Pulitzer Prize—has brought him fame. But it is his diaries that have b...
edition.cnn.comNeil Simon, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, dies at 91Neil Simon, the playwright and screenwriter whose indestructible comedies -- including "The Odd Couple," "Barefoot in the Park," "The Sunshine Boys" and "Brighton Beach Memoirs" -- made him one of the most successful writers in American history, has died. He was 91.1
sfgate.comGroundbreaking alternative paper Village Voice shuts downNEW YORK (AP) - The Village Voice, the Pulitzer Prize-winning alternative weekly known for its muckraking investigations, exhaustive arts criticism, naughty personal ads and neurosis-laden cartoons, is going out of business after 63 years. Its publisher, Peter Barbey, announced Friday that the paper is ceasing publication altogether because of financial problems, a year after it stopped circulating in print and went to digital-only. "Today is kind of a sucky day," he told staff members. Eight of the Voice's 18 remaining staffers were laid off. Others stayed behind to digitize its print archive so that future generations can read it. News editor Neil deMause said staffers were more saddened than shocked by the news.
cjr.orgIt’s getting more difficult for foreign journalists to work in the USA young science journalist went recently to a US Consulate in Germany to finalize her visa to work in America. The process seemed to include an unreasonably high requirement: “Why don’t you have a Pulitzer Prize?” the consular officer asked. “Can you explain to me why you think you’re qualified for the O-1 without one?” […]
cjr.orgNBC accused of impeding Ronan Farrow’s reportingThis year, Ronan Farrow, along with Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey of The New York Times, won the Pulitzer Prize for public service for stories on Harvey Weinstein’s alleged pattern of sexual assault. The reporting popularized the #MeToo movement across the country; Weinstein has since been indicted. Now, as Farrow has continued unraveling the story […]