Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ronan Farrow normally asks the questions, but this time he’s in the hot seat.
In this sharp and incisive interview with James O’Brien, Ronan takes us through his prodigious childhood, working in the Obama administration at 21, then going on to forge a career in journalism, most famously as one of the reporters who broke the Harvey Weinstein scandal, and now training his eye on the decline of American global influence, both under Trump and before.
In the wake of Ronan Farrow’s new book, Chris Hayes calls out his own network for turning a blind eye to Farrow’s story. Sam Seder and the Majority Report crew discuss this.
Ronan Farrow ‘behaves like a terrorist,’ NBCUniversal executive reportedly says
Investigative journalist Ronan Farrow spoke with “Good Morning America” Friday about the stunning revelations from his upcoming book on reporting stories that fueled the #MeToo movement.
A portion of Farrow’s upcoming book, “Catch and Kill,” includes the allegation from a former NBC News producer that Matt Lauer raped her while they were covering the Sochi Olympics in 2014.
Farrow talks about obtaining a recording from alleged Weinstein victim Ambra Gutierrez. His NBC producer Rich McHugh predicted the tape would be “the beginning of the end” for Weinstein.