Should Media Outlets Publish The Ukraine Whistleblower’s Name? After RealClearPolitics published the alleged name of the whistleblower from the first days of the Trump/Ukraine story, there is debate about whether non-partisan journalists should follow suit.

The Resignation Of Rep. Katie Hill Sparks A Conversation About Reporting On Revenge Porn: Rep. Katie Hill of California resigned this week after some conservative outlets published intimate photos of her that she says were leaked by a controlling ex-husband, raising questions about how the media should report on stories that involve potential revenge porn. The issue was complicated by the fact that Hill was alleged to have been intimately involved with a Congressional staff member, which is a violation of ethics rules — a charge she denies.

NBC Announces Release Of Former Employees From Non-Disclosure Agreements: Non-disclosure agreements have gained new attention in the wake of the #MeToo movement, as people have pointed to them as a tactic used by companies to silence victims of workplace harassment or sexual assault. This week, NBC News announced that former employees could be released from NDAs they had previously signed. Employees at Fox have called for a similar deal.

Deadspin Employees Resign Following Directive From New Owners: Popular website Deadspin had long focused on sports reporting while also casting a wider net, venturing into political coverage and commentary. But this week, parent company G/O Media told writers to stick strictly to sports-related material — a directive that caused a newsroom uproar and led to an editor’s firing as well as the resignation of several staffers in protest.

Rants & Raves: 11/01/19: The panel reviews this week in media.

In this week’s edition of Beat The Press, Emily Rooney was joined by former NECN anchor Mike Nikitas; Farah Stockman of The New York Times; Dan Kennedy of Northeastern University; and Callie Crossley of WGBH News.