Charles J. Glasser, Jr. is a professor of Media Law and Ethics at New York University, former Global Media Counsel for Bloomberg News, and a constitutional litigator. Charles spent twelve years as the Global Media Counsel for Bloomberg News, where he was responsible for pre-publication review, legal and ethical issues, and training more than 2,200 reporters in more than 120 bureaus around the world on legal standards and journalistic fundamentals.
Professor Stephen Gillers and attorney Charles Glasser discuss an alleged dossier against Washington Post reporter David Fahrenthold and the current and historic relationships between the White House and journalists.
Charles J. Glasser, Jr. and Thomas A. Clare discuss President Trump's relationship with the press, the recent removal of Jim Acosta's press pass at the White House, and CNN's lawsuit.
Libel law expert and former Bloomberg Global Media Counsel Charles Glasser talks about the future of the press.
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