Reddit's Image Problem

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The recent departure of Reddit CEO Ellen Pao and another high-profile employee following the termination of a popular site moderator raises questions about the future of the self-proclaimed "front page of the Internet." Fans say the online community forum is a crucial place for open discussions, but critics say its message boards are cesspools for hate language. We talk about the future of Reddit and online discussion boards.


Connie Guglielmo, editor-in-chief for CNET News

David Weinberger, senior researcher at Harvard University's Berkman Center for the Internet & Society

Sam Biddle, journalist for Gawker

Matthew Amadea, moderator for Reddit