CJR Survey: Reporting Sexual Misconduct in Newsrooms (Staff Journalists)
Update: If you are a freelance journalist, there is a different survey for you. You can access it here: https://goo.gl/forms/V4dl8mJFxp7JUOWh1

In light of the ongoing news surrounding reports of sexual harassment within news media organizations, the Columbia Journalism Review is conducting a survey of the industry to learn more about the way newsrooms around the country handle these kinds of reports. As part of that survey, we are hoping to hear from you, the journalists most impacted by these policies (or lack thereof). Our goal is to do the hard work of taking a serious look at where we, as an industry, fall short on our responsibility to keep reporters safe. To do so, we need your help.

We know this is a significant and sensitive request. But we believe it is a crucial one, especially if we are to hold ourselves to the same accountability standards we demand of other industries. We want to learn about your understanding of your newsroom's sexual misconduct policies—and if you choose to share, about your personal experiences navigating them—because we believe our industry can and must do better.

***CJR will not publish your name, email address or any other personally identifying information without your explicit consent.***

If you have any questions, or want to talk more, please don’t hesitate to contact our editorial team at survey@cjr.org or (212) 854-1881.

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