Fans of “Battle Tactics for Your Sexist Workplace” “find something in it that resonates with them, makes them feel like they are empowered to walk into work and can change things for the better,” says a co-host.
By Deanna Martin Mackey (Public Television Major Market Group) , President | October 10, 2018
“I believe the day is coming when public media leaders move to address problematic workplace experiences as they’re happening — or, even better,
before they happen. But this must start with each individual.”
By Tyler Falk , Reporter | September 17, 2018
A report found that Associate GM of News Mark Moran drove employees after drinking, kissed a former intern and made remarks perceived by staff as sexist and inappropriate.
By Jill Goldsmith , Contributing Editor | July 27, 2018
The longtime GM of the Phoenix station decried the report as retaliation against him for opposing new pay practices.
By Mike Janssen , Digital Editor | July 26, 2018
Speaking at a Freedom Forum Institute event Tuesday, members of a core organizing group described how they’re vetting and training the volunteer network.
By Tyler Falk , Reporter | July 20, 2018
“This is incredibly painful, despite all their efforts to make the decision easier,” said host Jay Smooth.
By Tyler Falk , Reporter | June 18, 2018
WNYC did not provide a reason for his departure.
By Tyler Falk , Reporter | May 29, 2018
The former WNYC host’s new show is on two stations in New York and Connecticut.
By April Simpson , Former Associate Editor | May 14, 2018
A meeting at NPR’s headquarters this month was the third consecutive board session where employees spoke about harassment fallout.
By Jill Goldsmith , Contributing Editor | May 3, 2018
An outside law firm’s report on New York Public Radio’s workplace culture was widely panned by critics for not assigning blame for the harassment that employees endured.