Jeff Fager

In the 1990s, a woman reportedly accused Don Hewitt, who died in 2009, of multiple assaults. Her case came to light amid the investigation of Les Moonves.
It was the text to Jericka Duncan that led to the "60 Minutes" executive producer's ouster, not the sexual harassment allegations.
The CBS producer's termination comes just days after the departure of former CEO and chairman Les Moonves.
The network's CEO and chairmain, Leslie Moonves, has been accused of sexual misconduct by six women.
CBS News chairman Jeff Fager announced Thursday that he is stepping down, according to a memo obtained by The Huffington
I used to sneer at Don Hewitt's need for detectives to substantiate his reporters' stories. Now I guess I have to give him credit.
However, in the wake of the Benghazi debacle, some observers have wondered if Fager would be able to continue in both roles
Why did the National Guard story require a painstaking autopsy performed by outside observers, but Benghazi garnered just a 90-second correction on 60 Minutes? Are CBS executives that nervous about what an autonomous review might undercover this time?
After ignoring questions for several days, Fager defended the report Wednesday in a statement to HuffPost. Fager said he
On Wednesday, Fager defended the Benghazi report in a statement to The Huffington Post. Fager said that Davies “denied any
"We like to think we are perfect as much as we can be. In this case, we were not,” Fager, who is also the executive producer
According to sources, news of Simon's "60 Minutes" report reached the highest levels of Israel's government. Haaretz reported
This will be CBS News' second revamp of the third-place morning show in as many years, and is the most conspicuous effort
Rumors are swirling that Katie Couric is all set to leave the "CBS Evening News" when her contract is up—and focus is centering
CBS has asked Katie Couric to remain as the anchor of the "CBS Evening News" through the 2012 elections, The Daily Beast's
Yesterday, Don Hewitt was remembered as a true pioneer of broadcast news in a touching ceremony at the Rose Hall in New York's Time Warner Center.