Chris Hayes Wiki, Married to, wife, family, age, net worth, children, msnbc
Chris Hayes Wiki, Married to, wife, family, age, net worth, children, msnbc – American author, journalist, media personality, and writer Chris Hayes was born in New York, USA, on February 28, 1979. He also hosts the opinion-based TV programme “All In with Hayes”.
Additionally, the 40-year-old Media Star hosts a number of programmes on MSNBC. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the magazine “The Nation” in the interim.
Chris Hayes Bio
|Christopher Loffredo Hayes
|43 years old
|Date Of Birth
|28 February 1979
|Journalist and Author
|Norwood (The Bronx, New York), USA
|Norwood (The Bronx, New York), USA
Chris Hayes Physical Stats
|6 feet 0 inch
Chris Hayes’s Educational Qualifications
|Hunter College High school
|College or University
|Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy
Chris Hayes Family
|Brother / Sister
Chris Hayes’s Marital Status
|Katie A. Shaw
Chris Hayes Net Worth
|Net Worth In Dollars
|$ 5 Million
Chris Hayes’s Social Media Accounts
Chris Hayes News
As NBC is accused of covering up allegations of sexual abuse by former “Today” anchor Matt Lauer, MSNBC host Chris Hayes addressed the charges on his show on Monday night. In doing so, he sent a strong message to the network’s leadership.
Chris Hayes of MSNBC conveyed a strong message to NBC management in response to claims that they suppressed Ronan Farrow’s reporting on Harvey Weinstein.
After being charged with engaging in “inappropriate sexual behaviour” at work, Lauer was shamefully let go from the network in 2017. The accuser of Lauer, former MSNBC producer Brooke Nevils, is named for the first time in the new book “Catch & Kill” by investigative journalist Ronan Farrow.
The book also exposes what Farrow calls a massive cover-up by NBC officials to stop him from covering Harvey Weinstein’s alleged sexual assault while he was working for the network, partly because they were terrified by Weinstein and his entourage.
In the book, Farrow also alleges that executives were worried that NBC’s coverage of the allegations against Lauer would make Lauer the subject of questions about his own conduct.
After NBC rejected his months of investigation on the charges against Weinstein, stating it wasn’t sufficiently substantiated to be broadcast, Farrow famously quit the network in late 2017.
Instead, he released his explosive article in the New Yorker, which, along with a separate investigation into Weinstein by The New York Times, brought about the latter’s downfall and gave rise to the #MeToo movement.
In a lengthy memo to NBC staffers, NBC News President Noah Oppenheimer called Farrow’s claim that the network killed his reporting on Weinstein to protect Lauer a “conspiracy theory” and attacked the bombshell allegations that NBC tried to cover up Nevils’ allegations against Matt Lauer and forced accusers into confidential settlements with the network.
The majority of MSNBC’s anchors have so far largely avoided commenting on the matter. NBC disputes a claim made by The Hollywood Reporter that Farrow is “blacklisted” from appearing on the network. However, Hayes took a big chance by using his position to both commend Farrow for her courageous reporting and to make a strong statement to his own bosses.
“Everywhere you turn, the sneaky, damaging path of least resistance is present. Hayes responded to Farrow’s claims that NBC “slow-walked” and finally killed the Weinstein story, saying, “Hell, I feel the drag of it here as my own news organisation is engaged in very public debate over its actions.