CBS has been using NDAs (non disclosure agreements) in an attempt to silence possible sources for an upcoming Washington Post exposé about their disgraced former anchor, Charlie Rose.
Top executives at the network are said to be concerned they will be painted in a negative light and will be shown to have turned their backs on legitimate victims, according to The New York Post’s Page Six.
Page Six has been given insider information about those executives, it said and claimed, “CBS News president David Rhodes, ‘CBS This Morning’ executive producer Ryan Kadro, ’60 Minutes’ executive producer Jeff Fager and former ‘CBS This Morning’ executive producer Chris Licht are all terrified” about the upcoming article.
“A lot of people have NDAs, and CBS [execs] have told staff who they believe have spoken to the Washington Post that they’ll enforce them,” a confidential network source told Page Six.
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