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"fager charlie" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

13:13 min | 2 years ago

"fager charlie" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"More details. Live from the Matthews brothers studio. Hey, four four five hundred forty two forty two. I would do the Gigi Gigi. Go thing here with the CBS CBS. Got more problems here we've been talking about the less moon vast. But he's not the only one that was Jeff Fager Charlie ro Jeff Fager from sixty minutes in Ridgely. I'm tim. Charlie rose is calling for an investigation. See guy. Lumber set aside for the love connection, y'all. Yup. But the city says the investigation is completed. Ford yesterday that CBS settlements will woman who accused sixty minutes. Founding executive producer Don of sexually assaulting her career up to seven years in prison for child away. How does that minutes hardcover copies selling out there all the people? Right. Charlie. Minimizing tonight. What has happened? Authorities are investigating. I thought I was in Barnes and noble, and I saw them. I must have the first person offices. The death is not considered again who would ever know where that cold sunny high? Anyway, I in two thousand nine times reported that CBS continues to pay the identified woman whose career he destroyed a substantial and growing settlement. The settlement was initially reached in the nineteen nineties according to the times for four hundred and fifty thousand dollars in exchange for her silence. That's some has been amended six times, including once this year bringing it to a total exceeding five million dollars, plus annual payments of seventy five thousand dollars for the rest of her life. That is that's amazing. So the draft of this report unless moon valley, they got a copy of that too. The New York Times Houston's nurse Asian alleging voting executive producer. That's sixty minutes. He's the one from Wellesley Luke's filed was fired in September threatened to CBS newish looking into allegations about his behavior in creating the appearance of Mr. Fager had told engaged in hack certain acts of sexual colleagues. Misbehavior by trying to scale the protective fencing he said, his deeds were around seventy were less severe than those under his powerful. Predecessor, Don Hewitt, the city of New Bedford the possibility of higher CBS hired two law firms to investigate and to conduct the investigation into the allegations against moon, sixty minutes CBS news, it'll be clear terminent, Mr. mauvaise violated human agreement that would allow the company to fire have laws withhold is one hundred twenty million dollars severance the draft copy of the report says the investigators believed that the board would have multiple basis that's a quote multiple basis on which to claim. Mr. Munoz was fired for cause. I have a question. Yes. Now, if you're moon best, and hypothetically, if he were to say, listen, just fire me, you have you can keep the hundred and twenty million would wouldn't that be smarter? He already has seven hundred million. And then he would just be done. They wouldn't have to be having these investigations. Grace. It's the principle of the thing. Right. I guess he wants that one hundred and twenty million bucks. Oh hundred and twenty million bucks for me would be huge for him. He's probably not going to be able to spend what he already had right? He's he's like seventy years old. Yeah. How much how much money does he need? Right. So I I don't know. Maybe he could say listen, I'm outta here. You can keep your hundred and twenty million and they'd still be doing this. But I'm just curious if he had said to them, you're off the hook. You can keep it would they kind of just have let this go. Mr. Munoz during an interview with CBS's outside investigators in September disclosed that CBS paid nine hundred and fifty thousand dollars to a woman who had made claims of agents sex-discrimination ended accused mister Fager that's the sixty minutes producer of sexual misconduct. Another CBS news employees said that a female employee of CBS had been instructed to drive Fager and the producer executive producer of sixty minutes and other producers to a legal brothel while reporting a story in Nevada. Varick? I mean, you talk about out of control, you're you're a bunch of drunk TV executives, and you you don't take a limo or a cab. Maria. You're driving us. Let's go not leave any we need a ride on at least get it. One of the guys who works for you the to make the drive. I mean, come on a bunch of drunk men at work. Said, oh, well, you give us a I would be like are you out of your mind? I am so out of here. I meant driving new anywhere and the threes threes, I'm going on at some length about sixty minutes is remember sixty minutes is the one that tried to make a heroin out of stormy Daniels, and Michael and Michael Kennedy a hero. You know, how horrible. Going back Donald Trump tonight. Oh, we committed a foul any with Beykal Cohen, oh, these are campaign finance violation felonies. Like, they really like a lot of campaign finance violations. Those are the kind of felonies that only Republicans go to prison. Democrats don't even get indicted. Rosie O'Donnell didn't even get fined for all of her campaign finance violations, which he admitted they've got Donald tramp up for these payoffs that he made to have his own money. Do stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal. Didn't you hear all about it on sixty minutes that wonderful show that journalistic paragon where the producers get their female employees to drive them to hookers to see hookers in the Vada? Ira rosen. He's a producer on sixty minutes. The investigators wrote that he occasionally made inappropriate sexual comments. They his female sexual female subordinates such as asking them to twirl and encouraging them to use their sex appeal to secure information from sources. Mr. Fager was a close friend to Charlie rose who was ousted from his roles. It CBS is morning show went on sixty minutes as a after several women accused him of sexual misconduct. Did rose go to the brothel in Nevada toe. I wonder in his robe, perhaps didn't hear the Harvey Weinstein news, Howie. What's that? So I guess one of the women who accused him of rape. He's his attorneys are saying she went to a movie premiere with him hours later not saying that it I mean from our perspective that didn't happen, right. But there are a lot of cases of people emailing ham like these people who are accusing him some of their cases, aren't that strong because they interact with him so much right afterwards, which I think says more about Hollywood than anything else. And it's just about his power, right? The power of the casting couch. She went to a red carpet with him hours after she claims that he raped her. That's scary beaver St. Finian says that big CBS, I must be peeping through a keyhole. Yeah. And. Kamala Harris, and you know, what you know, what happened to her guy her her her top staffer this guy named Wallace. He resigned Wednesday over inquiries about a four hundred thousand dollar harassment suit against them while working at the California Department of Justice, we were unaware of this issue a four hundred thousand dollar settlement. She's the and this is her top aide. But we were unaware of this issue and take accusations of harassment extremely seriously. Extremely seriously. All right. Okay. Yeah. We believe you eight four. Okay. We got a couple of stories here to read about the crazy Christmas, political correctness running amok. This is this is the one from today. L mentally school. Principal in Nebraska was excuse me was placed on leave after telling teachers to avoid decorating their classrooms with Christmas themed ornaments. So as not to offend those who don't celebrate the holiday. And do you know what this one of the one of the Christmas? Themed ornaments was candy canes. Because the J shape yet, the J shape, even though to put it on a tree you have to hang it upside down. Jay is the first letter of Jesus. The candy canes. According to the local TV station in Nebraska were prohibited. Because Sinclair that's her name Jennifer, Sinclair deemed them to have religious significance. This is what she said, historically, the shape is a j for Jesus the red is for the blood of Christ. And the white is a symbol of his resurrection. By the way. This would also include different colored candidates. What if what if you had a black and white candidate? Well, what the black stand for what if you had a green one blue one our orange one. Does she does? She have a list of what all the candy cane colors stand for. And then yesterday, some people are upset about Rudolph the red nosed reindeer, you know, Rudolph the red nosed reindeer had a very shiny nose. And they made a TV classic about him in one thousand nine hundred sixty four it's a it's a. So this was a video that was posted to Huffington Post. It notes an interest in the film where Rudolph's father verbally abuses him. The father of Rudolph's love interest is called the bigot for forbidding his daughter from being seen with the red-nosed one. It's not clear whether this video is sap higher are meant to be taken seriously. Yeah. I surely the Washington Post. I'm not sure if that's if that sentence is meant to be taken seriously or south, of course, it's meant to be taken seriously. This is how they operate. So, but the thing is Rudolf prevails over the bullying, right? So the story has a happy ending. So what's the problem here? Eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two. So he says, what's your what's your problem? It's. Oh, I see. These are these are some even Whoopi Goldberg has been has been speaking out against this attempt to ban. Rudolph the red nosed reindeer? Where's the problem? It's Rudolph the red nosed reindeer Whoopi Goldberg explained Rudolph's the hero. What's the problem? Well, but here's the here's the problem. How about Charlie Chan movies? We Charlie Chan is the hero Charlie Chan is smarter than all those those those white guys in the movie, you know, one of whom is the actual killer of the victim. Why Charlie Chan outsmarts them all but he's gone. Trying to find a Charlie Chan movie on Turner classic or anywhere else. I bet you can still find them on YouTube, but not on not on cable TV remember in breakfast at Tiffany's. They had that that character who is acting Mickey Rooney and now after they made it they said, oh, they regretted it because it was so racist. Eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two Ron you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead, Ron. Hi, how we got a twenty one from long ago, it's not about politics. But it's about Christmas many many many years ago in New York City, they had a sanitation worker strike. Yeah. Right at Christmas time, and the city was filled to the brim with garbage who was a nightmare. Some guy took all of this trash boxes wrap it up and gift paper and shoulders car right up to the top with the packages stroke to the mall and left it unlocked. So you can imagine what. That's a true story. That is pretty funny..

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"fager charlie" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"fager charlie" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The coming several days. CBS news update, I'm Deborah Rodriguez. CBS news time four thirty two. Yesterday. CBS news fire Jeff Fager, the executive producer of sixty minutes who worked for the network for thirty six years sexual misconduct. Allegations of now sunk the CBS careers, Fager Charlie rose and the CEO, Leslie, Moonves, the Fager firing has rocked the CBS sixty minutes team. 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 bigger also recently served as the chairman of the CBS news division people 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 July, 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 continue 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. 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. Fakers departure comes days after CBS chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves resigned following allegations of sexual assault and harassment through his attorney Fager told CBS news they terminated my contract early because I sent a text message to one of our own CBS reporters demanding that she be fair and covering the story. My language was harsh CBS did not like it. I am that reporter since Jeff Fager publicly referred to our exchange. I wanna be transparent about it. I hear some background Sunday evening. I reached out to Fager for comment on the articles alleging he groped or touch CBS employees at company parties. In addition to denying these charges Fager and a text said to me quote. If you repeat these false accusations without any of your own reporting to back them up you will be held responsible for harming me. He went on to say, be careful. There are people who lost their jobs trying to harm me. And if you pass on these damaging claims without your own reporting to back them up that will become a serious problem. Sixty minutes will enter its fifty first season under the leadership of executive editor Bill Owens, while the search for a new executive producer began jury could Duncan reporting this morning. Mcdonald's employees in ten cities will stage a one-day walkout next Tuesday against rampant sexual harassment. The strike will take place in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Milwaukee, New Orleans, Orlando Miami, Saint Louis, Kansas City and Durham North Carolina. Labor lawyer Mary Joyce Carlson unwelcome sexual advances. Texting lewd messages. Propositioning grabbing sexual innuendo the whole gamut. Carl's said the workers want to see better enforcement of existing policies better training for leadership and a committee comprised of executives employee's and women's groups. Well, 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. She thought was hers and fired at a suspected intruder. The family of the victim gave an exclusive interview to CBS news correspondent, Omar Villafranca. I am still in denial. I cannot believe that boys 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.

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"fager charlie" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"fager charlie" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To send water half a mile inland. Joey Hopkins with North Carolina's department of transportation, reminding people who haven't moved out there on their own enough. We're going to have our employees hunker down safely. We're not gonna have them out on the road. It's not safe for them to be CBS. News update. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. CBS news time to thirty two yesterday. CBS news fired. Jeff Fager, the executive producer of sixty minutes. He worked for the network for thirty six years sexual misconduct allegations have now sunk the CBS careers have Fager Charlie rose and the CEO less Moonves. The Fager firing has rocked the sixty minutes team. And it's more than fifty years on air. Only two people have led that broadcast Fager succeeded. The show's creator, Don Hewitt in two thousand four bigger also recently served as the chairman of the CBS news division people 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 July, 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 vaguer 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. Fakers departure comes days after CBS chairman and CEO Leslie, moon vez resigned following allegations of sexual assault and harassment through his attorney Fager told CBS news they terminated my contract early because I sent a text message to one of our own CBS reporters demanding that she be fair and covering the story. My language was harsh CBS did not like it. I am that reporter since Jeff Fager publicly referred to our exchange today. I want to be transparent about it. I hear some background Sunday evening. I reached out to Fager for comment on the articles alleging he groped or touch CBS employees at company parties in addition to denying these charges Fager and a text said to me, quote, if you repeat these. False accusations without any of your own reporting to back them up. You will be held responsible for harming me. He went on to say, be careful. There are people who lost their jobs trying to harm me. And if you pass on these damaging claims without your own reporting to back them up that will become a serious problem. Sixty minutes will enter its fifty first season under the leadership of executive editor Bill Owens, while the search for a new executive producer begins that is to Rica Dunkin Sky News, aired video of Harvey Weinstein. Fondling a woman who accused him of rape. The video was recorded by Melissa Thompson when she met Weinstein at his office in twenty eleven it shows the movie mogul propositioning her and caressing her shoulder during a business presentation. And in the lawsuit filed in June. Thompson said Weinstein raped her later that evening at a hotel. Weinstein's lawyer says the full video demonstrate. What's that nothing forceful happened? Mcdonald's employees intensities will stage a one-day walkout next Tuesday against rampant sexual harassment. The strike will take place in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Milwaukee, New Orleans, Orlando Miami, Saint Louis, Kansas City and Durham North Carolina. Labor lawyer Mary Joyce Carlson unwelcome sexual advances texting lewd messages propositioning grabbing sexual innuendo the whole gamut. Mcdonald's tells the Associated Press that it has harassment policies in place, and is working with outside experts to evolve those policies, 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 rest, Omar Villafranca. CBS news Dallas the world has.

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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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"fager charlie" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"fager charlie" Discussed on KCBS All News

"You compared to the other ones? Well, we've had some any. I mean, I'm not scared now, Gordon Rettig also hurricane veteran who they leave. He can wait out yet. Another storm CBS news update. I'm Matt piper. It's eleven thirty two at KCBS CBS news today fired Geoffrey Fieger, the executive producer of sixty minutes. He worked for the network for thirty six years sexual misconduct allegations have now sunk the CBS careers, Fager Charlie rose and CEO, les Moonves the Fager firing has rocked the sixty minutes team. 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 bigger also recently served as the chairman of the CBS news division ups people 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 vaguer allowed harassment and 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 intern at 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. Baker's departure comes days after CBS chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves resigned following allegations of sexual assault and harassment through his attorney Fager told CBS news they terminated. My contract early because I sent a text message to one of our own CBS reporters demanding that she be fair and covering the story. My language was harsh CBS did not like it. I am that reporter since Jeff Fager publicly referred to our exchange today. I want to be transparent about it. I hear some background Sunday evening. I reached out to favor for comment on the articles alleging he groped or touch CBS employees at company parties in addition to denying these charges Fager and a text said to me, quote, if you repeat these false accusations without any of your own reporting to back them up you will be held responsible for harming me. He went on to say, be careful. There are people who lost their jobs trying to harm me. And if you pass on these damaging claims without your own reporting to back them up that will become a serious problem. Sixty minutes will enter its fifty first season under. The leadership of executive editor Bill Owens while the search for a new executive producer began jury Dunkin reporting tonight well now to the Harvey Weinstein story Sky News, aired video of Weinstein fondling a woman who later accused him of rape. The video was recorded by Melissa Thompson when she met Weinstein at his office in twenty eleven it shows the movie mogul propositioning her and caressing her during a business presentation in a lawsuit filed in June. Thompson said the Weinstein raped her that night at a hotel. Weinstein's lawyer says the full video demonstrates that nothing forceful happened. And McDonald's employees intensities will be staging a one day walkout next Tuesday against rampant sexual harassment. The strike will take place in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Milwaukee, New Orleans, Orlando, Miami, sT Louis, Kansas City, and Durham organizers say that McDonald's has remained silent on multiple complaints. Labor lawyer Mary Joyce Carlson said workers want to see better enforcement of existing policy better training for leadership and a committee comprised of executives employee's and women's groups in two thousand sixteen there was actually a poll that was conducted by heart and that poll found that as many as forty six percent of the women in the industry had experienced some form of sexual harassment. Donald's tells the Associated Press it has harassment policies in place, and is working with outside experts to evolve those policies KCBS news time eleven thirty six when posting on most jobs sites. You get candidates. I'm the sales direct sales.

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