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Views Preview: Fox Reaches $20 Million Settlement with Gretchen Carlson

Sep 6, 2016

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It's been two months since former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson filed her sexual harassment suit against Roger Ailes and Fox News. Today, the network announced a settlement.

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “Fox News has settled Gretchen Carlson’s sexual harassment suit for $20 million

Eriq Gardner, The Hollywood Reporter: “Gretchen Carlson lawsuit against Roger Ailes ends in settlement

Sarah Ellison, Vanity Fair: “Fox settles with Gretchen Carlson for $20 million – and is expected to offer an unprecedented apology

John Koblin, New York Times: “Fox settles with Gretchen Carlson over Roger Ailes sex harassment claims

Matthew Garrahan, Financial Times: “Ailes hires Hollywood libel lawyer to take on New York Magazine

Meanwhile… at Fox

J.D. Durkin, Mediaite: “Breaking: Greta Van Susteren abruptly leaving Fox News after 14 years

Brian Stelter, CNN Money: “Greta Van Susteren leaving Fox News

Howard Kurtz, Fox News Channel: “Van Susteren leaving Fox News, Hume tapped as replacement through election

What’s the moderator’s role?

David Bauder, Associated Press: “Holt, Wallace among presidential debate moderators

Media Matters for America: “Fox’s Chris Wallace: ‘It’s not my role’ as a presidential debate moderator to be a ‘truth squad’

Michael Calderone, Huffington Post: “Will presidential debate moderators really not challenge lies?

The news changed… the story didn’t

Liz Spayd, New York Times: “The news from Trump changed. The main story was slow to catch up.

Dan Evon, “Two editions of ‘Wall Street Journal’ bear opposite headlines about Trump

Taking flight… with Hillary Clinton

Amy Chozick, New York Times: “Hillary Clinton unveils new plane, and lets journalists on board

Making an endorsement? Pay up.

Bismark Tribune: “Letter policy change

Mind the – knowledge – gap

Johanna Dunaway, Shorenstein Center: “Mobile vs. computer: Implications for news audiences and outlets

Ricardo Bilton, Nieman Lab: “The rise of mobile could create a ‘second-class digital citizenship’ of less informed news consumers

In a word… No.

Daniel Victor, New York Times: “When I’m mistakenly put on an email chain, should I hit ‘reply all’ asking to be removed?

Daniel Victor, New York Times: “A short history of the Times’s shortest story

Nick Visser, Huffington Post: “There’s a one-word story in the New York Times today. Read it.