CBS Fired Employee Who Had Access To Leaked Robach Tape

Amy Robach at David Geffen Hall in New York on Oct. 28 2019

Amy Robach at David Geffen Hall in New York on Oct. 28 2019

ABC and Robach released statements that what they had (like NBC and Ronan Farrow's Harvey Weinstein story) never met the network's editorial standards for being aired.

Kelly, 48, teased her Bianco job interview Friday morning by signing up for Instagram, exactly where she explained, "We got the entire tale and you are going to be fascinated by it".

In her first interview posted to YouTube and Instagram, Megyn Kelly interviewed Ashley Bianco, a former ABC producer who was sacked after the Amy Robach tape leak.

As for how Megyn Kelly scored this interview for her new YouTube channel, Page Six is reporting that Ashley Bianco approached Kelly about it so she could set the record straight. She says that a number of ABC employees were "freaked out" by the hot mic moment when they initially saw it in the office, but she had no involvement in making it public. "Have you been following this story about the Amy Robach hot mic moment at ABC?"

Bianco, who labored as a producer on "Good Morning America" for 3 decades right up until past month, was sacked from CBS News on Thursday just after the community was instructed by ABC that she experienced allegedly leaked the online video of a annoyed Robach describing how execs experienced nixed her interview with Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts to curry favor with the British royal relatives.

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MSM execs part of "network of people" that covered for Epstein - Project Veritas founder to RT ABC and other mainstream media outlets refused to cover accusations against sex predator Jeffrey Epstein because "a network of people" that includes their executives were implicated, James O'Keefe of Project Veritas told RT.

Before joining CBS, Bianco was a producer for ABC News, which is how she originally watched the now widely-circulated clip of anchor Amy Robach voicing her frustrations about the network quashing her Epstein research.

Bianco insists she had nothing to do with leaked video. "I gathered fun anchor reels out of camera doing fun things to use later in the program". "I lost my dad when I was 15 years old, so I know. you don't get a do I'm there and I'm enjoying it".

Bianco told Kelly that she was sacked by CBS only four days into her new job. I didn't know what I had done wrong.

"I essentially marked it in the system", she said. "Sorry to ABC, but the leaker is still inside". "I may have accessed it, but I never leaked it, I never showed it to anyone", Bianco said. She "loved" working at ABC and "hadn't even heard of Project Veritas until this".

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