"I've worked with NBC, there are a lot of people I really respect there. I think they need to know exactly who knows when," Irin Camron, a CNN analyst and New York Magazine representative, told Brian of the CNN Stelter Sunday on "Reliable Source." "They deserve responsibility."
For its part, NBC claims that a Weinstein pressure campaign had nothing to do with the network's decision not to run Farrow's reporting on the former Hollywood mogul. Instead, NBC claims that Farrow's reporting did not meet the standards for broadcasting, and that he did not have on-the-record, on-camera interviews with Weinstein's accusers.
Allegations about the sexual misconduct of individuals such as Weinstein, Lauer and others have helped motivate the #MeToo movement, which has led to the sinking of powerful men by others. other industries ̵1; including many news organizations.
In an October 9 note to employees shared with CNN Business Sunday afternoon, NBC News Executive Producer Andy Lack stated that Farrow "used various & # 39; t tactics to paint a fictional picture. " The note stated that the network fired at Lauer within 24 hours of the allegation of the allegation and that "any suggestion we knew prior to that night or tried to cover any aspect of Lauer's conduct is completely wrong and offensive. "
The network also says it has "taken significant steps to improve" its culture over the last two years.