1. Medium shot Charlie Rose talking to reporter at Time 100 Event
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Charlie Rose, News Anchor, talking about Bill O'Reilly:
"All of the cases that raise the issue of sexual harassment, which is a terrible thing, has probably been not exposed enough. Not enough in the sense of the attention in the past, so that people were afraid to come forward. I think people are coming forward now. But the decision on these things should be made by the people that have the information and the facts. Fox executives looked at it and made a decision that they thought was right. Bill O'Reilly is defending himself on his own podcast, so."
FILE: New York, 19 May 2014
3. Charlie rose talking to reporters at 2014 Peabody Awards
4. SOUNBITE (English) Charlie Rose, News Anchor
"I know how carefully the Peabody committee looks at them, and they spent 12 days. They came over to me to talk about why they were so moved by this interview. And so it convinced me - not that I needed to be convinced - that they took the work seriously of evaluating. Because there's lots of very good people, do lots of very good work, don't necessarily win a Peabody."
FILE: New York, 9 July 2016
5. Medium of Charlie Rose walking out of theater after seeing Lin-Manuel Miranda's last performance in "Hamilton" on Broadway
6. SOUNBITE (English) Charlie Rose, News Anchor, on Lin-Manuel Miranda leaving the show:
"But it's true. It was an amazing moment in the history of Broadway to see the man created this show, who choreographed this show, did everything he did (and) took his story and translated it into one of great moments of Broadway as he leaves the stage and this program and this show began to spread around the world. This, the last night that Lin-Manuel Miranda played Alexander Hamilton, until he comes back at some point is a just a majestic moment in the history of theater."
UNIVERSITIES REVOKE JOURNALISM AWARDS GIVEN TO CHARLIE ROSE
Charlie Rose, who was fired this week by CBS News and whose program was canceled by PBS in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations from multiple women, had accolades from two universities rescinded Friday.
Panels at both Arizona State University and the University of Kansas met this week and coincidentally came to the same decision on the same day.
Arizona's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication gave Rose an award for journalism excellence in 2015. But the actions reported about Rose were too "egregious" to ignore, according to Dean Christopher Callahan.
"The actions victimized young women much like those who make up the overwhelming majority of Cronkite students â€” young women who deserve to enter workplaces that reward them for their hard work, intelligence and creativity and where they do not have to fear for their safety or dignity," Callahan said in a statement.
Callahan said the action was mostly symbolic. But he hoped it would send a message that sexual misconduct would not be tolerated. The award has never been revoked since it was created in 1984. Past recipients include Bob Woodward, Diane Sawyer and Christiane Amanpour.
The William Allen White Foundation, which supports journalism education at the University of Kansas, presented Rose an award last spring. The National Citation award has been bestowed on a journalist annually since 1950. Other recipients include Bob Woodward and Gwen Ifill.
After the allegations against Rose surfaced, the foundation's board of trustees voted to revoke the honor. In a news release, officials said Rose "does not exemplify the ideals of this award."
Eight women who worked for or wanted to work for Rose told the Washington Post Monday that the veteran newsman groped them, openly walked around nude or said sexually inappropriate things on the job.
The fallout for Rose was swift. After initially suspending him, CBS News fired Rose from its morning show Tuesday. Three women at the network have since come forward with complaints with two saying he grabbed them inappropriately.
PBS, which broadcasts his eponymous interview program, cut ties with Rose.
In a statement earlier this week, Rose apologized for his actions and said he was "deeply embarrassed."