Last week, two women shared allegations of sexual harassment by former NBC news anchor Tom Brokaw The Washington Post
While Brokaw himself denied the allegations and explicitly pointed out that at least one of the interactions were "short, heartfelt and appropriate, "dozens of women in the media have now come forward in support of the legendary journalist.
These journalists, originally 64, have signed a public letter first published by The Hollywood Reporter calling Brokaw "a man of great decency and integrity."
The women note that while they "fully support the talk of abuse of power in the workplace," they would like to share their own experiences with Brokaw.
They write: "Tom treated each of us with fairness and respect, giving each one of us opportunities for advancement and defending our accomplishments throughout our career."
"We are in all sectors ̵
The first signatories included Rachel Maddow, Andrea Mitchell, and Maria Shriver. As the letter was mailed on Friday, Mika Brzezinski, co-host of MSNBC's Morning Joe added her own support through Twitter, writing "Add me to the list." More than CNNMoney has now logged on to 50 more women, with a total of 115 names.