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"don hewitt" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:52 min | Last month

"don hewitt" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"To block the election certification in Michigan. Don Hewitt for CBS News, Detroit time for Cairo radio rail time traffic Here's Tracy Taylor. Sounds like we have some police situation that's happening at sixth and pines. So if you are in that area, you're going to notice a large police response. We're also watching this crash. It's partially blocking the end of the West Valley Highway ramp to North found four or five right Lena's blocks with the car that's kind of in the ditch and kind of blocking and this is on north on I five near 88th and marries fell. Drivers is still gonna run into the stall in the right lane East on 18 out near Tiger Mountain's summit. We're still dealing with some backups on south and four or five NFL view North 25 from an earlier still near the county line drivers look pretty good as we head up Sounds, Center Hill. They're starting to a fill in the on South 25 is began to five towards the Puyallup River Bridge and all of a sudden within the last 10 minutes or so, we're running into some slowing on 5 12 as we get past the South Hill Mall. Take a closer look that have another update in 10 minutes. Traffic brought to you by by Ford, now dot com this year, Ford wants to help you make more joy than ever before. Whether it means smart towing or just more room for Grandma. Visit by Ford now dot com today and see how easy it is to get into a brand new Ford Cairo radio, real time traffic. I'm Tracy Taylor. Your Cairo radio forecast calls for decreasing showers with highs around 15. It's 46 in downtown Seattle. I'm the Bosch We're breaking news highlights, podcasts and more. Download the Cairo radio at Cairo radio here for what's next kill Morgan. One triple 8778 K. I e. L is still mortgage. Everybody had killed mortgage. I'm sure they're wearing rubber gloves and they're sanitizing your keyboard every 15 minutes or something, But they're probably working on your loan right now. Extremely busy time because everybody wants to be able to Doctor Kill mortgage one Triple 8778 K. I.

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Equifax will pay up to $700 million in data breach settlement

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Equifax will pay up to $700 million in data breach settlement

"Consumer credit reporting agency Equifax has agreed to pay up to seven hundred million dollars in what is being called the largest data breach settlement in history W. W. J. newsradio nine fifties don Hewitt has the story the settlement with the Federal Trade Commission centers on a twenty seventeen data breach of Equifax that exposed to the social security numbers and other private information of nearly one hundred fifty million people essentially half of the US population if approved the settlement will include up to four to twenty five million dollars in consumer restitution and one hundred seventy five million that will go directly to states Michigan share is four point six million dollars an investigation found that despite knowing about a critical vulnerability in its software ecofacts failed to fully Patchett systems to protect consumer data which was exposed for seventy six days John Hewitt WWJ newsradio nine fifty W.

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"don hewitt" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"don hewitt" Discussed on Kickass News

"Is the secret of sixty minutes? Well, you know, Don Hewitt, the, the man who invented sixty minutes in nineteen sixty eight no one thought this was a good idea. And I, I write about how sixty minutes came into being in the book, he, he would got turned down again. And again, and again, by the brass at CBS news. He finally got them to put it on the air as an experiment, and it didn't do well in its first two or three or four years. But when it moved to Sunday night, which was kind of an accident almost it really caught on. It was just the right program at the right time on the right night, and Don used to always tell us tell me a story and what he meant by. That was you'd walk into don's office. And you'd say Don climate change. We gotta do story about. Climate change, and he would wave you out of the office and say, that's an issue. Tell me a story and what he meant by. That was fine. The story about the, the unforgettable person or the unforgettable event within climate change and use that as the wedge to tell me all about the issue. I tell young journalists that Steven Spielberg didn't make a movie called D day he made a movie called saving private Ryan. But in that you learned everything you needed to know about d day, he didn't make a movie about the holocaust. He made a movie that was entitled Schindler's List. But in that narrow little story about one man, you learned everything you needed to know about the holocaust. That's what Don meant when he said, tell me a story, and I think that's what we have been doing all of these years. It's a, it's a magical concept and very simple, very hard to do and the other. Thing that has kept us on the on the air. All these years Ben is that those stories are handcrafted. I tell young journalists at there's no such thing as good writing. There's only good rewriting and we rewrite those stories again. And again and again typically something like a dozen times before the audience ever sees them. I used to say when I was doing the CBS evening news. And sixty minutes at the same time I used to tell people that we rewrite the stories at sixty minutes until they're perfect at the evening news. We rewrite the stories until six thirty Bill. That's the way those deadlines work. And, and that's the difference between those two broadcasts. Well, real quickly before we go. I just have to ask, what was Andy Rooney, like was he really the much and that was on TV us. Yes. Well, you saw is what you got. I lived near Andy in a small community in Connecticut. And would see him in public from time to time and see him socially from time to time and he was very criminal 'Gently that way. But he was honest. And that's what people loved about him on sixty minutes, I had a guy at the airport today crossed the terminal run up to me and say, you've got to find another Andy Rooney, and I told him there isn't another ending Rooney there. Just isn't. I remember being in a restaurant in the small town in Connecticut, and Andy was dining alone. And a group of people got up from the table and walked over to him to tell him how great he was, and he didn't look up. He just held his poem up, as in don't. And so they turned and walked away. He, he was he was not an unfriendly guy, but he was really honest about the way he was feeling and what he was thinking. And I think that's why America them so much. Can you picture yourself doing sixty minutes at age ninety two like he did? Gee, I don't think so. I don't think I have that. I don't think I have that kind of gas, but, but who knows you know, the like I said, the broadcast is going into its fifty second year. We're now of course, online, and we have our, our sixty minutes, overtime website and all these other things that were branching out into. So it's endlessly fascinating. I'm having a great time will again the book is called truth worth telling a reporter search for meaning in the stories of our times. Scott Pelley, thanks so much for talking with me, Ben. It's so great to be with you on kick. Ass news, which is not something I've ever said on the air before. It's been awfully good to be with you. Thank you..

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"don hewitt" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"don hewitt" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Chrysalis CBS news Lexington North Carolina and independent investigation into claims of sexual harassment in the workplace culture at CBS corporation is turn Turner Banak. Possession of sexual assault against Don Hewitt, creator of sixty minutes. That's according to the New York Times. We've just seen a drafted. The report CBS news is not seeing the report. It was ordered by the CBS board of directors. And as expected to be presented to the board. Next week details from CBS is Vladimir detail in its fifty year history. Sixty minutes has been run by just to executive producers. Don Hewitt, and Jeff Fager both now named in that report examined exclusively by the New York Times. Sixty minutes is operated so autonomously from the rest of the organization that investigators found that the lack of oversight really enabled people to behave in ways that went unchecked. According to that report that autonomy led to misconduct by some sixty minutes employees, including its creator. Don Hewitt in the nine hundred ninety s a former worker claimed Hewitt's sexually assaulted her on repeated occasions and destroyed her career a thirteen year old boy would severe aunt. Awesome died Friday after it was restrained by staff at a California school. The Eldorado county sheriff's office says the student at the private alternative school called guiding hands became violence and number twenty eighth then had to be restrained by school staff is the student then became unresponsive and a teacher began to give him CPR. But the boy was taken to UC Davis medical center where he died later. It's not immediately known what caused the boy's death. But the California Department of education has suspended guiding hands certification doctors at UC, San Francisco medical center, see a lot of things. But even they were stunned. By this retreating, a thirty six year old man with end stage heart failure when he began coughing so violently that he coughed up a six inch wide blood clot from his lungs in the near perfect shape of his right bronchial tree the right mass that looks like coral is a blood clot. The doctors were shocked calling. What happened? Extremely rare is fine doctors best efforts, though, the man passed away if.

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"don hewitt" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"don hewitt" Discussed on KCBS All News

"KCBS news time for forty minutes investigation into the culture at the CBS corporation has turned up an allegation against the creator of sixty minutes. The late Don Hewitt CBS news correspondent Vladimir duty as said that the claim comes from the New York Times which says that it has seen a copy of the report by the investigators who were hired by the CBS board of directors. You can eat at a restaurant in its fifty year history. Sixty minutes has been run by just two executive producers. Don Hewitt, and Jeff Fager both now named in that report examined exclusively by the New York Times, sixty minutes is operated. So a Thomas from the rest of the. Organization that investigators found that the lack of oversight really enabled people to behave in ways that went unchecked. According to that report that autonomy led to misconduct by some sixty minutes employees, including its creator. Don Hewitt in the nineteen nineties a former worker claimed Hewitt's sexually assaulted her on repeated occasions and destroyed her career they found the allegations to be credible. And over the years the settlement was renegotiated six times as recently as this here, and in total CBS has agreed to pay five million dollars and on top of that five million. They have agreed to pay seventy five thousand dollars to the woman each year for the rest of her life Hewitt, retired in two thousand four and died in two thousand nine Fager his successor as also faced allegations of sexual misconduct. Investigators reportedly determined CBS news was justified in firing him earlier this year for sending a threatening text message to CBS correspondent, Joe Rica Dunkin who was seeking favors comment on our. Locations of misconduct allegations that he denied. But according to the draft report viewed by the times in more recent years, the broadcast has promoted more women to producer and two other senior roles Fager says he regrets sending the tax but says he intended to demand. Fairness Fager also says this report shows, sixty minutes is a good place for women. The report also found that there was not a toxic or frat house environment for women at the wider news division, but less than twenty four hours after the New York Times published their report more than a dozen individuals have come forward to challenge that claim a CBS spokesperson declined to comment on the New York Times says investigators have spoken to hundreds of people walking ducting this investigation, which is still ongoing Vladimir duty a many people prefer texting to actually talking on the phone. And that includes getting crisis counseling KCBS, Mike HOGAN says without in mind. Santa Clara county is launching a text.

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"don hewitt" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"don hewitt" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Sixty minutes has been made public and its fifty year history. Sixty minutes has been run by just two executive producers. Don Hewitt, and Jeff Fager both now named in that report examined exclusively by the New York Times. Sixty minutes is operated so autonomously from the rest of the organization that investigators found that the lack of oversight really enabled people to behave in ways that went on checked according to that report that autonomy led to misconduct by some sixty minutes employees, including its creator. Don Hewitt in the nine hundred ninety s a former worker claimed Hewitt's sexually assaulted her on repeated occasions and destroyed her career they found the allegations to be credible and over. Years. The settlement was renegotiated six times as recently as this year, and in total CBS has agreed to pay five million dollars and on top of that five million. They have agreed to pay seventy five thousand dollars to the woman each year for the rest of her life Hewitt, retired in two thousand and four and died in two thousand nine Fager his successor as also faced allegations of sexual misconduct. Investigators reportedly determined CBS news was justified in firing him earlier this year for sending a threatening text message to CBS correspondent Rica Dunkin who was seeking comment on allegations of misconduct allegations that he denied. But according to the draft report viewed by the times in more recent years, the broadcast has promoted more women to producer and two other senior roles Fager says he regrets sending the tax but says he intended to demand. Fairness figure also says this report shows, sixty minutes is a good place for women. The report also found that there was not a toxic or frat. House environment for women at the wider news division, but less than twenty four hours after the New York Times published their report more than a dozen individuals have come forward to challenge that claim CBS spokesperson declined to comment. The New York Times says investigators have spoken to hundreds of people walk inducting the investigation, which is still ongoing body means you tip New York ovation. Army of southern California helps make the holidays happen. Put thousands.

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"don hewitt" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"don hewitt" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Memorabilia, art, jewelry, books and other personal items sold per nine point two million dollars. That is twice the presale estimates. And three and investigation into the inner workings of CBS news now focusing on abuses at sixty minutes and a woman who says she was assaulted multiple times and header career ruined by executive producer and creator. Don Hewitt, get more from CBS's Vladimir duty and its fifty year history. Sixty minutes has been run by just to executive producers. Don Hewitt, and Jeff Fager both now named in that report examined exclusively by the New York Times. Sixty minutes is operated autonomously from the rest of the organization that investigators found that the lack of oversight really enabled people to behave in ways that went unchecked. According to that report that Altano led to misconduct by some sixty minutes employees, including its creator. Don Hewitt in the nine hundred ninety s a former worker claimed Hewitt's sexually assaulted her on repeated occasions and destroyed her career they found the allegations to be credible. And over the years the settlement was renegotiated six times as recently as this. Here and in total CBS has agreed to pay five million dollars and on top of that five million. They have agreed to pay seventy five thousand dollars to the woman each year for the rest of her. Life Hewitt retired in two thousand four and died in two thousand nine Fager his successor as also faced allegations of sexual misconduct. Investigators reportedly determined CBS news was justified in firing him earlier this year for sending a threatening text message to CBS correspondent Rica Dunkin who was seeking favors comment on allegations of misconduct allegations that he denied, but according to the draft report viewed by the times in more recent years, the broadcast has promoted more women to producer and two other senior roles Fager says he regrets sending the tax but says he intended to demand. Fairness Fager also says this report shows, sixty minutes is a good place for women. The report also found that there was not a toxic or frat house environment for women at the wider news division, but less than twenty four. Four hours after the New York Times published their report more than a dozen individuals have come forward to challenge that claim CBS spokesperson declining at comment. The New York Times says investigators have spoken to hundreds of people while conducting this investigation, and it is still ongoing WCBS CBS news time, six forty eight..

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"don hewitt" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"don hewitt" Discussed on KCBS All News

"It's all just ahead on one zero six nine and AM seven forty. Gain KCBS news time to forty and investigation into the culture at the CBS corporation has turned up an allegation against the creator of sixty minutes. The late Don Hewitt CBS news correspondent Vladimir duty as said the claim comes from the New York Times, which says it has seen a copy of the report by investigators hired by the CBS board of directors in its fifty year history. Sixty minutes has been run by just to executive producers. Don Hewitt, and Jeff Fager both now named in that report examined exclusively by the New York Times. Sixty minutes is operated so Thomas from the rest of the organization that investigators found that the lack of oversight really enabled people to behave in ways that went unchecked. According to that report that autonomy led to misconduct by some sixty minutes employees, including its creator. Don Hewitt in the nineteen nineties a former worker claimed Hewitt's sexually assaulted her on repeated occasion. And destroyed her career they found the allegations to be credible. And over the years the settlement was renegotiated six times as recently as this here, and in total CBS has agreed to pay five million dollars and on top of that five million. They have agreed to pay seventy five thousand dollars to the woman each year for the rest of her. Life Hewitt retired in two thousand four and died in two thousand nine Fager his successor as also faced allegations of sexual misconduct. Investigators reportedly determined CBS news was justified in firing him earlier this year for sending a threatening text message to CBS correspondent Rica Dunkin who was seeking comment on allegations of misconduct allegations that he denied. But according to the draft report viewed by the times in more recent years, the broadcast has promoted more women to producer and two other senior roles Fager says he regrets sending the tax but says he intended to demand. Fairness Fager also says this report shows, sixty minutes is a good place. Women. The report also found that there was not a toxic or frat house environment for women at the wider news division, but less than twenty four hours after the New York Times published their report more than a dozen individuals have come forward to challenge that claim a CBS spokesperson declined to comment. The New York Times says investigators have spoken to hundreds of people walk inducting this investigation, which is still ongoing Vladimir duty a many people prefer texting to actually talking on the phone in. That includes getting crisis counseling KCBS is Mike Colgan says with that in mind Santa Clara county, launches a text based service for those.

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"don hewitt" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"don hewitt" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"An outside investigation into misconduct at the CBS program. Sixty minutes has been made public and its fifty year history. Sixty minutes has been run by just to executive producers. Don Hewitt, and Jeff Fager both now named in that report examined exclusively by the New York Times, sixty minutes is operated, so. Autonomously from the rest of the organization that investigators found that the lack of oversight really enabled people to behave in ways that went unchecked. According to that report that autonomy led to misconduct by some sixty minutes employees, including its creator. Don Hewitt in the nine hundred ninety s a former worker claimed Hewitt's sexually assaulted her on repeated occasions and destroyed her career they found the allegations to be credible. And over the years the settlement was renegotiated six times as recently as this year, and in total CBS has agreed to pay five million dollars and on top of that five million. They have agreed to pay seventy five thousand dollars to the woman each year for the rest of her life Hewitt, retired in two thousand and four and died in two thousand nine Fager his successor as also faced allegations of sexual misconduct. Investigators reportedly determined CBS news was justified in firing him earlier this year for sending a threatening. Text message the CBS correspondent Rica Dunkin. Who was seeking favors comment on allegations of misconduct allegations that he denied. But according to the draft report viewed by the times in more recent years, the broadcast has promoted more women to producer and two other senior roles Fager says he regrets sending tax but says he intended to demand. Fairness Fager also says this report shows, sixty minutes is a good place for women. The report also found that there was not a toxic or frat house environment for women at the wider news division, but less than twenty four hours after the New York Times published their report more than a dozen individuals have come forward to challenge that claim a CBS spokesperson that clients a comic. The New York Times says investigators have spoken to hundreds of people walk inducting the investigation, which is still ongoing Vladimir's you tip New York.

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"don hewitt" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"don hewitt" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Sentenced again in March. We know from our sources that witnesses continue to go before the grand jury and the special counsel continues to exist until everyone who's been charged has been fully adjudicated responded. Paula reid. CBS news update on Tom Foty, KCBS news time, ten thirty two White House. Chief of staff. John Kelly may be the next one to leave the Trump White House. CBS news correspondent we ju- Jiang with the latest White House. Sources tell CBS news chief of staff. John Kelly ready has one foot out the door. He's doing an excellent job in many ways. President Trump has repeatedly waved off rumors of Kelly's departure despite their deteriorating relationship by last month. He refused to say Kelly would stick around through twenty twenty. There are certain things. I love what he does. And there are certain things that I don't like that. He does the leading candidate to replace Kelly is vice president Pence is current chief of staff Nick Ayers, the president of the United States sharing a stage with the acting attorney general Mr. Trump said he's nominating someone else for the full time job. I am nominating. As mad said, well, your bar to take the helm as our new attorney general's outstanding man William bars. Siragusa attorney general under George H W Bush. He's been critical of the special counsel's investigation into Russian meddling in the twenty sixteen election and in an op Ed publicly defended President Trump's decision to fire former FBI director James Comey first choice from day one this staff shakeup comes one day. After former secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, CBS news is Bob Schieffer. He had to rein in the president. And I'd have to say to him. We'll president. I understand what you wanna do. But you can't do it that way. Violates the law, violates the treaty. Mr. Trump tweeted, Tillerson was dumb as a rock and Razi as health. President Trump also announced plans to nominate State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert to serve as ambassador to the United Nations to replace Nikki Haley, the decision quickly. Drew backlash. Democrats called our unqualified pointing to the former Fox News anchors lack of experience in foreign policy. We did Jiang at the White House and investigation into the culture at the CBS corporation has turned up an allegation against the creator of sixty minutes the late Don Hewitt CBS news correspondent Vladimir do the ace of the claim comes from the New York Times, which says it has seen a copy of the report by investigators in its fifty year history. Sixty minutes has been run by just two -secutive producers. Don Hewitt, and Jeff Fager both now named in that report examined exclusively by the New York Times, sixty minutes. Is operated. So a Thomas from the rest of the organization that investigators found that the lack of oversight really enabled people to behave in ways that went unchecked. According to that report that autonomy led to misconduct by some sixty minutes employees, including its creator. Don Hewitt in the nine hundred ninety s a former worker claimed Hewitt's sexually assaulted her on repeated occasions and destroyed her career they found the allegations to be credible. And over the years the settlement was renegotiated six times as recently as this here, and in total CBS has agreed to pay five million dollars and on top of that five million. They have agreed to pay seventy five thousand dollars to the woman each year for the rest of her life Hewitt, retired in two thousand four and died in two thousand nine Fager his successor as also faced allegations of sexual misconduct. Investigators reportedly determined CBS news was justified in firing him earlier this year for sending a threatening text message to CBS course. Jurica Dunkin who was seeking favors comment on alligators of misconduct allegations that he denied. But according to the draft report viewed by the times in more recent years, the broadcast has promoted more women to producer and two other senior roles faker says he regrets sending the tax but says he intended to demand. Fairness Fager also says this report show, sixty minutes is a good place for women. The report also found that there was not a toxic or frat house environment for women at the wider news division, but less than twenty four hours after the New York Times published their report more than a dozen individuals have come forward to challenge that claim a CBS spokesperson declined to comment to the New York Times says investigators have spoken to hundreds of people walking ducting this investigation, which is still ongoing Vladimir duty a KCBS news time ten thirty six. What if every time you went out you could cash in now with the Capital One saver card? You earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment, like learning more about each other on your.

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"don hewitt" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"don hewitt" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"He catch diptheria? Not vaccinated. Yeah. Because. Sick. As these kids are most are on the mend. Thanks to a medical program funded by UNICEF. But there are so many that international aid has reached. The UN's humanitarian chief has described what's happening here as a major catastrophe, and he said that it has the potential to become the worst situation. This generation of aid professionals has ever seen Jeff the only US network correspondent inside Yemen list. Palmer, thank you. And independent investigation into claims of sexual harassment in the workplace culture at CBS corporation has turned up an accusation of sexual assault against done Hewitt, decreed or of sixty minutes that is according to the New York Times, which has seen a draft of the report CBS news has not seen the report which was ordered by the CBS board of directors and is expected to be presented to the board next week. Here's. Vladimir. In its fifty year history. Sixty minutes has been run by just to executive producers. Don Hewitt, and Jeff Fager both now named in that report examined exclusively by the New York Times. Sixty minutes is operated so autonomously from the rest of the organization that investigators found that the lack of oversight really enabled people to behave in ways that went unchecked. According to that report that autonomy led to misconduct by some sixty minutes employees, including its creator. Don Hewitt in the nine hundred ninety s a former worker claimed Hewitt sexually assaulted her on repeated occasions and destroyed her career they found the allegations to be credible. And over the years the settlement was renegotiated six times as recently as this year, and in total CBS has agreed to pay five million dollars and on top of that five million. They have agreed to pay seventy five thousand dollars to the woman each year for the rest of her life Hewitt, retired in two thousand and four and died in two thousand nine Fager his succe-. Assessor as also faced allegations of sexual misconduct. Investigators reportedly determined CBS news was justified in firing him earlier this year for sending a threatening text message to CBS correspondent Rica Dunkin who was seeking comment on allegations of misconduct allegations that he denied. But according to the draft report viewed by the times in more recent years, the broadcast has promoted more women to producer and two other senior roles vaguer says he regrets sending the tax but says he intended to demand. Fairness Fager also says this report shows, sixty minutes is a good place for women. The report also found that there was not a toxic or frat house environment for women at the wider news division, but less than twenty four hours after the New York Times published their report more than a dozen individuals have come forward to challenge that claim. Hey, CBS spokesperson declined to comment tonight. Jeff the New York Times says investigators have spoken to hundreds of people walk inducting this investigation, which is still ongoing..

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"don hewitt" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"don hewitt" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Dirt and flies. And there is nothing her parents can do in a place like this adequate medical care might as well be on another planet. The UN's humanitarian chief has described what's happening here as a major catastrophe, and he said that it has the potential to become the worst situation. This generation of aid professionals has ever seen Jeff the only US network correspondent inside Yemen list. Palmer, thank you. And independent investigation into claims of sexual harassment and the workplace culture at CBS corporation has turned up an accusation of sexual assault against done Hewitt. The creator of sixty minutes that is according to the New York Times, which is seen a draft of the report CBS news has not seen the report which was ordered by these CBS board of directors and is expected to be presented to the board next week. Here's Ladimir Amir. In its fifty year history. Sixty minutes has been run by two executive producers. Don Hewitt, and Jeff Fager both now named in that report examined exclusively by the New York Times. Sixty minutes is operated so autonomously from the rest of the organization that investigators found that the lack of oversight really enable people to behave in ways that went unchecked. According to that report that autonomy led to misconduct by some sixty minutes employees, including its creator. Don Hewitt in the nine hundred ninety s a former worker claimed Hewitt's sexually assaulted her on repeated occasions and destroyed her career they found the allegations to be credible. And over the years the settlement was renegotiated six times as recently as this here, and in total CBS has agreed to pay five million dollars and on top of that five million. They have agreed to pay seventy five thousand dollars to the woman each year for the rest of her life Hewitt, retired in two thousand four and died in two thousand nine Fe. Tiger his successor as also faced allegations of sexual misconduct. Investigators reportedly determined CBS news was justified in firing him earlier this year for sending a threatening text message to CBS correspondent jury Dunkin who was seeking favors comment on allegations of misconduct allegations that he denied. But according to the draft report viewed by the times in more recent years, the broadcast has promoted more women to producer and two other senior roles vaguer says he regrets sending the tax but says he intended to demand. Fairness figure also says this report shows, sixty minutes is a good place for women. The report also found that there was not a toxic or frat house environment for women at the wider news division, but less than twenty four hours after the New York Times published their report more than a dozen individuals have come forward to challenge that claim a CBS spokesperson declined to comment tonight. Jeff the New York Times says investigators have spoken to hundreds of people while conducting this investigation, which is still. Ongoing. Okay flags. Thank you very much coming up next here on the CBS evening news. The.

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Don Hewitt Misconduct Settlement Reportedly Cost CBS More Than $5 Million

WBZ Afternoon News

02:25 min | 2 years ago

Don Hewitt Misconduct Settlement Reportedly Cost CBS More Than $5 Million

"They have agreed to pay seventy five thousand dollars to the woman each year for the rest of her life Hewitt, retired in two thousand four and died in two thousand nine Fe. Tiger his successor as also faced allegations of sexual misconduct. Investigators reportedly determined CBS news was justified in firing him earlier this year for sending a threatening text message to CBS correspondent jury Dunkin who was seeking favors comment on allegations of misconduct allegations that he denied. But according to the draft report viewed by the times in more recent years, the broadcast has promoted more women to producer and two other senior roles vaguer says he regrets sending the tax but says he intended to demand. Fairness figure also says this report shows, sixty minutes is a good place for women. The report also found that there was not a toxic or frat house environment for women at the wider news division, but less than twenty four hours after the New York Times published their report more than a dozen individuals have come forward to challenge that claim a CBS spokesperson declined to comment tonight. Jeff the New York Times says investigators have spoken to hundreds of people while conducting this investigation, which is still. Ongoing. Okay flags. Thank you very much coming up next here on the CBS evening news. The

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Don Hewitt Misconduct Settlement Reportedly Cost CBS More Than $5 Million

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Don Hewitt Misconduct Settlement Reportedly Cost CBS More Than $5 Million

"Adriana Diaz. This is a mess after CBS CEO les Moonves in sixty minutes, boss. Jeff Fager step down amid sexual assault allegations. The New York Times is now reporting the network paid out more than five million as part of the settlement with the woman who accused Don Hewitt of sixty minutes fame of sexual assault. This is all being uncovered and reported is CBS does an internal investigation of workplace culture the settlement dates back more than twenty years. The unnamed woman says the Hewitt sexually assaulted her on repeated occasions and destroyed her career Hewitt died in two thousand nine after. Handing over the

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Family wants Dallas officer who shot son in his apartment to "come clean"

24 Hour News

01:29 min | 2 years ago

Family wants Dallas officer who shot son in his apartment to "come clean"

"And there were more protests yesterday in Dallas over the fatal shooting of a man by Dallas cop, the officer claims that she walked into an apartment that she thought was hers and fired at a suspected intruder. The family of the victim gave an exclusive interview to see Bs news correspondent Omar via. Franca? I am still in denial. I cannot believe that he's not. Not all Bertram and Allison John want to know is why Dallas police officer amber, Geiger shot and killed their son both them in his own apartment. One of the things. I would like is. Just come clean. Just surrender. According to the manslaughter arrest warrant, the thirty year old officer told detectives she returned to what she thought was her third floor apartment just before ten pm on Thursday. She noticed the door was ajar and in the dark apartment, she saw a large silhouette inside. She thought it was a burglar after she gave verbal commands that were ignored she fired her gun twice and killed both them to hear that, you know, his door was open. He would never and have the lights off. He would never do that both of them grew up in Saint Lucia. But the gene family says he was fully aware of the strained relationship between the black community in America and police died in a weed at he himself had calculated. He could never rumors of what really happened still haven't been laid to

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"don hewitt" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"don hewitt" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sixty minutes was fired from CBS news this afternoon. And it's more than fifty years on air only two people had led that broadcast Fager succeeded. The show's creator, Don Hewitt in two thousand four figure also recently served as the chairman of the CBS news division when we cover a story and reported on Sunday night, and it has impact on Monday morning. That's what you hope for Fager higher. Charlie rose for multiple roles at the network in November rose was terminated this Delie, six female, former CBS employees told the New Yorker Fager would touch employees in ways that made them uncomfortable after drinking at office parties nineteen current and former employees told the New Yorker Fager allowed harassment in the division Fager vehemently denied all of those claims Fager continued to come to work on Sunday, the New Yorker reported a new accuser said she felt compelled to speak because she simply can't believe Fager is back there the article described her as. A producer who was an internet CBS in the early two thousands who said that he groped her at a work party in response to that allegation. Fager told CBS news. This is an outrageous claim and it didn't happen. It is wrong. Figgers departure comes days after CBS chairman and CEO, Leslie Moonves resigned following allegations of sexual assault and harassment. We caught up with CBS news president David roads today.

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"don hewitt" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"don hewitt" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"We would put them down, but then they did a show called sixty minutes to and they try to get hip guys. They're get Charles Grodin PJ. Oh, right, right, right. Couldn't these. These really did. And so then I thought, well, Adam could do it like two minutes. You know, you have a pin on every subject. If a subject came up and you. I mean you're going to consign insulting, but your voice is almost like any. I've heard that God blessed Woodworkers well, was he? Yeah, I can talk in two minutes as really hard to do, and you just have to have one strong opinion. Right. And you could do that and that fortune. Yeah. Yeah, here's the problem would be. We'd be like, I'd be going into my seventh one. Producers office, and I'd throw down my manuscript than road my page and a half, and they guy would look up and he'd go, you can't do the blacks again the last six on plaque. Hand to seven. We're going to start to get that for here. Okay. Save it. You save it for here? Yeah, no, I here's my lot in life. I always thought to myself because you wanna make the most and I do all the time. I look at Andy Rooney and I'd always go, oh shit. I could do that. But then I also pause and go, no one would ever asked me to do then two hundred thousand out of bust open the door buddy. No, if I can stay at home like a goddamn recluse get to Don Hewitt's Athas. This is coming from the guy doesn't own learner's permit. I. But fucking ran out north five day show that everyone wants to see Adam teaches norm how to drive. Oh yeah, that show we would crash the internet with that. Now I'll do it. I'll play this year. I wouldn't have done it..

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"don hewitt" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"don hewitt" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And we'll get back to sixty minutes in just a moment here but let's once again check the roads with frank munich elvis chp is still dealing with an accident involving an overturned card this car actually wound up on its roof at one point northbound seventeen this past highway nine no delays at the scene but again that's been out there for a while and it could be a wild before that is completely cleared problem near santa rosa this is eastbound twelve at fulton we have one car facing the wrong way in the slow lane in the wake of a crash there and we have road work on eastbound five eighty various lanes closed from greenville road in livermore al to grant line road over the all the paths until ten this morning traffic when you need it on the traffic leader case kcbs bay area forecasts sunny and breezy both today and tomorrow in the bay area highs ranging from the upper sixties at the coast to the low nineties inland traffic and weather together when you need it on all news one zero six nine and am seven forty kcbs now let's get back to last week sixty minutes right here on kcbs the first few seasons of sixty minutes were a period of trial and error trying to figure out what worked and what didn't the stories were sometimes vague sometimes ponderous and despite don hewitt's best efforts sometimes boring the audience was small but cbs stuck with the broadcast often scheduling it in sacrificial timeslots when most of america was watching a hit show somewhere else as the broadcast evolved one thing that did work and works to this day is the travel log trips to exotic places foreign and domestic you'd think that after half a century we'd run out of destinations but there's always something new under the sun.

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"don hewitt" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"don hewitt" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Special airing of sixty minutes on knx here at sixty minutes we stand on the shoulders of giants a few thoughts from this relative newcomer on those who came before first and foremost don hewitt without his drive his enthusiasm his uncanny ability to shape an everyday story into something truly memorable the broadcast would have folded long ago mike wallis tough funny difficult the beating heart of sixty minutes it made his day to walk through an airport and hear people say as they often did give them hell mike morley safer spent forty six years here longer than anyone a sophisticat right down to his pocket squares he was a great writer and a gentleman in a business populated by a fair number of maniacs ed bradley versatile compassionate always the coolest guy in the room when i was growing up there was hardly anybody who looked like me on television news and along came ed paving the way for me and many others bob simon was proud of the fact that in nearly a half century traveling the world for cbs news he never missed a single flight he did his last story with the same curiosity and energy as the first and finally andy rooney who spent thirty three years here as the resident grouch since this was his spot in the broadcast we see the floor and let andy speak for himself i don't like to complain all the time but that's what i do for a living and i'm lucky because there's so much to complain about public toilets car mufflers lawsuits fences cookbooks doorknob christmas catalogs gloves cardboard cats it wouldn't hurt if we can improve certain parts of what we're like and how we behave maybe the drug companies could come up with a pill that would cure us of the evil in our nature things like hey jealousy dishonesty selfishness and one more thing but this may be asking too much i wish there was something we could all take the curious of stupidity we close tonight with thanks to the many people who have made sixty minutes tick over fifty years to all the producers editors studio personnel camera and sound people and others who contribute to this broadcast each week we especially thank you our viewers for joining us all these years i'm bill.

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"don hewitt" Discussed on 60 Minutes

60 Minutes

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"don hewitt" Discussed on 60 Minutes

"Fine anderson with down and the song that put her on the map pitch and it's bringing me out the dow so can everybody go indebted to be on say and company for backstage interpretation of the sixty minutes theme song otherwise known as the stop watch to accompany the line will be back with some final thoughts in a moment here at sixty minutes we stand on the shoulders of giants a few thoughts from this relative newcomer on those who came before first and foremost don hewitt without his drive his enthusiasm his uncanny ability to shape an everyday story into something truly memorable the broadcast would have folded long ago mike wallis tough funny difficult the beating heart of sixty minutes it made his day to walk through an airport and hear people say as they often did give them hell mike morley safer spent forty six years here longer than anyone a sophisticat right down to his pocket squares he was a great writer and a gentleman in a business populated by a fair number of maniacs ed bradley versatile compassionate always the coolest guy in the room when i was growing up there was hardly anybody who looked like me on television news and along came paving the way for me and many others bob simon was proud of the fact that in nearly a half century traveling the world for cbs news he never missed a single flight he did his last story with the same curiosity and energy as the first and finally andy rooney who spent thirty three years here as the resident grouch since this was his spot in the broadcast we see the floor and let end he speak for himself i don't like to complain all the time but that's what i do for a living and i'm lucky because there's so much to complain about public toilets car mufflers lawson's fences cookbooks at doorknob christmas catalog gloves hardboard cats it wouldn't hurt if we can improve certain parts of what we're like and how we behave maybe the drug companies could come up with a pill that would curious the evil in our nature things like hate jealousy dishonesty selfishness and one more thing but this may be asking too much i wish that was something we could all take the curious of stupidity we close tonight with thanks to the many people who have made sixty minutes tick over fifty years to all the producers editors studio personnel camera and sound people and others who contribute to this broadcast each week we especially thank you our viewers for joining us all these years i'm bill whitaker we'll be back next week with another addition of sixty minutes.

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"don hewitt" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"don hewitt" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"The national hurricane center says people along the carolinas and the mid atlantic coast should keep an eye on the progress of maria the storm now about two hundred eighty five miles east of the bahamas of course it did devastating damage to puerto rico much of which remains without power in at risk for from storm aftermath though the threat of a damn break that led to evacuations is now receding although most famous cbs news broadcast celebrates a big birthday anniversary this weekend the most famous stop watch in history started ticking forty nine years ago tonight good evening this is sixty minutes at the kind of a magazine for kalabagan harry reason are open that first broadcast sitting next to mike wallace broadcast does what we hope it will do it will report reality sixty minutes creed or don hewitt used to tell his correspondents just tell me a story it is the ability to find people who can tell their own story better than you can correspond peter king and i'm tom foty cbs news tonight clear to partly cloudy humid low 70 sunday warm and humid with more sun and clouds a shower or thunderstorm in spots in the afternoon expect a high of eighty nine monday partly sunny warm hand humid with a passing shower expect a high of eighty nine tuesday partly sunny very warm and humid look for a high of ninety wednesday remaining warm with intervals of clouds and sunshine a high of eighty nine i'm accuweather's chris alli these doc washburn there were plenty of businesses that he wanted energy great and the folks who didn't want the integration new data if they did have some kind of a law keeping leipold from white separate dan is the possibility that the to the races visits whose would go out of business missing test.

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