Over a past month, allegations of sequence passionate nuisance by absolute group in media have roiled a industry. The allegations have also extended to poignant total in domestic journalism, including Mark Halperin, a former domestic executive of ABC News and coauthor of a debate chronicles “Game Change” and “Double Down.” Halperin has acknowledged that he acted inappropriately, though disputes some of a claims. In this reward domestic podcast, FiveThirtyEight’s Clare Malone and Nate Silver speak about what a allegations competence meant for what domestic news gets reported, and how it gets reported. They’re assimilated by Melinda Arons, a former comparison writer during ABC News who worked with Halperin, and Gillian Thomas, comparison staff profession for a ACLU Women’s Rights Project.
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