Matt Lauer. Charlie Rose. Are their networks legally liable for their alleged misdeeds?


Last week NBC’s Today Show sacked Matt Lauer, TV’s highest paid anchor, amid mounting allegations of sexual harassment and even assault. The week before it was CBS News morning anchor Charlie Rose. Can those news agencies be held accountable for the actions of their employees in a civil court? Legal analyst Bryan Jeansonne joins AMBR’s Kevin & Bill, and says “yes!”

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