Ann Friedman

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Ann Friedman is co-host of the podcast Call Your Girlfriend and a contributor to the Los Angeles Times and New York Magazine.

Ann Friedman on KCRW

It's been a month since public allegations of sexual harassment, including assault and rape, began against Movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.

A month after Weinstein, a real awakening?

It's been a month since public allegations of sexual harassment, including assault and rape, began against Movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.

from To the Point

Two girlfriends, one in LA and the other in San Francisco, maintain their friendship by chatting every week.

‘Call Your Girlfriend’ podcast brings realtalk to live audiences

Two girlfriends, one in LA and the other in San Francisco, maintain their friendship by chatting every week.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Newspapers, magazines and websites are making big money from advertisements that look just like their news stories.

'Native Advertising' and Audience Trust

Newspapers, magazines and websites are making big money from advertisements that look just like their news stories.

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