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Two female reporters broke the Harvey Weinstein story, yet they never got to visit Stephen Colbert like Ronan Farrow

  • Vox

    Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey of The New York Times first reported the bombshell sexual misconduct allegations against Weinstein on Oct. 5. Farrow followed up with his own story in The New Yorker five days later. Yet it is Farrow who has been receiving the bulk of the attention as “the man who took down Weinstein,” including a visit to The Late Show. “Farrow’s work has, of course, been excellent. But so has Kantor and Twohey’s,” says Emily Stewart. “Where are their profiles, or their TV appearances?“ She adds: “That a woman’s role in a major event, place, or time would be diminished is not a new phenomenon.”

    TOPICS: MSNBC, Harvey Weinstein, Jodi Kantor, Megan Twohey, Ronan Farrow, NBC News, Sexual Misconduct