Activists Talk About Jeff Fager’s Departure From CBS’ 60 Minutes

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In reaction to the news, Angelo Carusone, President of Media Matters for America, a media watchdog organization, issued the following statement:

“With yet another high profile departure at CBS following sexual misconduct claims, it is troubling that CBS has again gone out of its way to say this not about sexual misconduct. This only reinforces our warning that CBS doesn't seem to get it and isn't taking the steps necessary to actually address this problem.

“Getting rid of people like Les Moonves and Jeff Fager without ever truly understanding and confronting the scope and causes of this problem is not going to address the larger toxic culture at the company. This is why it's so important for the investigation's findings to be shared publicly and not shrouded in secrecy.”