Network for misconduct victims wants to make newsrooms safer

NEW YORK (AP) — A support network for victims of sexual misconduct in newsrooms has appointed an advisory board that includes CNN’s Jake Tapper and PBS’ Judy Woodruff and wants to fund a study to give news organizations specific ideas on keeping women safer. The group Press Forward launched a website Tuesday and was hosting […]
Source: China Post
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