Investigative journalist Ronan Farrow details how he tracked abuse allegations against Harvey Weinstein and dealt with media efforts to kill the story. His revelations, including horrifying narratives of harassment, are disturbing, as are the cowardice or collusion of news agencies. Weinstein used economic and political power to sabotage women and reporters. When NBC wouldn’t pursue the story, The New Yorker published it, winning Farrow a Pulitzer Prize.
About the Author
Ronan Farrow won the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for his reporting at The New Yorker. A former anchor and investigative reporter at NBC News, he also wrote for The Wall Street Journal, among other newspapers.