Five broadcasters from Spectrum NY1 are leaving the news station after a lawsuit relating to gender and age discrimination is settled.
Such as Reports wrapRoma Torey, Christine Chauncey, Jenin Ramirez, Vivien Leigh and Amanda Farinacci accused NY1 and its parent company, Charter Communications last year, of discriminating against older women and favoring younger and less experienced reporters and reporters.
On Thursday, the group of journalists said in a joint statement that they had reached an agreement that they said its terms would be confidential.
“We are pleased to announce that we have reached a confidential solution to our case against Charter / NY1. After engaging in a lengthy dialogue with NY1, we believe it is in everyone’s interest – our interest, New York 1 and our viewers – that this litigation be resolved and we have mutually agreed on the dismissal,” the group said.
“We want to thank everyone who has supported us during these times – please know that the support from everyone has made a real difference.”
A Spectrum Networks spokesperson said in a statement: “We are pleased to announce that we have reached a confidential solution to the lawsuit filed by Roma Torey, Christine Chauncey, Jannine Ramirez, Vivian Lee, and Amanda Farinacci, and as a result, we have mutually agreed on partial methods. We want to thank them for their Their dedicated years of service in bringing the news to New Yorkers, and we wish them well in their future endeavors. “