CNN faces backlash after all-male ‘future of media’ magazine cover
The future of media looks like this.
Proud to be part of this team. @CaseyNeistat @Bourdain @jaketapper @wkamaubell and @CNN chief Zucker pic.twitter.com/B7enhLXqYd
— Josiah Daniel Ryan (@JosiahRyan) March 1, 2017
.@JosiahRyan @CaseyNeistat @Bourdain @jaketapper @wkamaubell @CNN Gents, not one of you noticed “We’re all dudes. That doesn’t seem right.”
— Robert Hernandez (@webjournalist) March 1, 2017
@JosiahRyan @CaseyNeistat @Bourdain @jaketapper @wkamaubell @CNN
The future of media is 100% straight men and 4/5 white? Nope.Nopeity Nope.
— Celeste Headlee (@CelesteHeadlee) March 1, 2017
Hey CNN, women can fight your new war, too, you know. https://t.co/62HOFO08r3
— Mark Joyella (@standupkid) March 1, 2017
These CNN men are doing INCREDIBLE things. The women are also killing it by the way.https://t.co/nozN28Cyz4
— Isabelle Chapman (@Isa_Chapman) March 1, 2017
I’m pretty sure the future of media also has some ladies. https://t.co/LrYvSS4arp
— Danielle Ivory (@danielle_ivory) March 1, 2017
For the record @nytimes @grynbaum can’t even get where I was born right and failed to ask https://t.co/hIb3QFxK6P
— Sean Spicer (@seanspicer) February 25, 2017
I imagine it must be really annoying when someone puts out false info about where you were born. Must really bother you!!
cc @BarackObama https://t.co/BCQAWiEksB
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) February 25, 2017
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