Top CNET Writer Resigns in Protest

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"A senior writer for CNET, the technology news Web site owned by CBS, resigned on Monday after the site was barred from presenting an award to a company being sued by CBS. Greg Sandoval, a former reporter for The Washington Post and The Los Angeles Times who has spent the last seven years at CNET, said on Twitter that he no longer had confidence "that CBS is committed to editorial independence."*Greg Sandoval, a senior writer from CNET resigned after the parent company, CBS, objected to an editorial choice to name Dish Network's Hopper for a top technology award. Is his stand emblematic of a problem with corporate journalism? Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian break it down.*Read more from Brian Stelter/ New York Times:

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