New York Public Radio, which owns WNYC, said Mr. Garfield had violated its anti-bullying policy. Mr. Garfield said he had yelled and that “the provocation was extraordinary and simply shocking.”
The public radio stalwart vowed to fix what its journalists said was a toxic work culture. But the latest changes have led to a newsroom revolt.
Mr. Hake produced and created live radio feature segments that focused on breaking news, culture and artistic sound portraits.