“I’ve had to change my life in some way,” said Brokaw. “I really had to give up my daily activity with NBC... I just wasn’t the same person.”
"Thanks for all that I have learned from you," Brokaw said in his farewell to "Nightly News" in 2004. "That's been my richest reward."
Brokaw later said he felt "terrible a part of my comments on Hispanics offended some members of that proud culture."
“Not all harassers are cartoonish bogeymen who mistreat every woman in their path,” the former NBC anchor wrote.
The public defense of NBC's Tom Brokaw derails a much-needed conversation about sexual harassment and sends a dangerous message to employees.
Some of Tom Brokaw’s female colleagues signed a letter defending the news anchor amid sexual harassment allegations.
Some of Tom Brokaw’s female colleagues are signing a letter defending the news anchor as he faces allegations of sexual harassment.
A former NBC News war correspondent is among those accusing the longtime anchor.
The network is "in a war" trying to shield the president from the Russia probe, the broadcast veteran says.