“NPR’s Michel Martin speaks to Debra Katz, a civil rights lawyer specializing in sexual harassment, about the accusations of sexual misconduct against CBS CEO Les Moonves.
“We’re going to start the program today with another story of alleged sexual harassment at the highest level.
“One of the most powerful men in media, Leslie Moonves, the chairman and chief executive of CBS Corporation, is the subject of a story published in The New Yorker last night that details allegations of sexual harassment by six women.
“CBS says it is now investigating. While the women’s individual experiences were the focus of the story, the women say they were the subject of crude physical advances, were forcibly kissed and groped by Moonves and were retaliated against when they rebuffed him.”
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