Two longtime hosts at WNYC have been put on leave amid investigations into allegations of inappropriate conduct, the station said Wednesday.
The two longtime radio personalities faced multiple complaints of inappropriate behavior, and had been disciplined before, the company said.
The two were suspended two weeks ago over allegations of "inappropriate conduct"; following an investigation, they were dismissed on Thursday. "It's a stunning end for two of WNYC's most recognizable voices: Lopate interviewed every...
New York Public Radio is investigating allegations of inappropriate conduct by the longtime hosts, days after similar claims against John Hockenberry.
Leonard Lopate and Jonathan Schwartz, two longtime hosts at WNYC, have been put on leave effectively immediately pending investigations into allegations of inappropriate conduct. Lopate is the go-to guy for arts PRs. More here.