Bloomberg revealed they were also suspending distribution of Rose's shows.
"As the first female CEO in Rocky Mountain PBS history, I take with the utmost seriousness my obligation to create and reinforce a culture worthy of the trust you place in us", Mountain wrote in her letter.
"And so for media asking me to talk about Charlie and my experience w the show and my thoughts on these allegations - I'm not coming w/o thoughts on structural racism too", she tweeted. "I don't think someone like that deserves to have a position like that if they're going to abuse their power anyway, so I think it's probably best, for the best".
Rose's CBS This Morning co-hosts, Norah O'Donnell and Gayle King, spent Tuesday morning responding to the allegations against their former coworker. "This is not the man I know, but I'm clearly on the side of the women who have been very hurt and very damaged by this", she added.
In a statement, ASU said, "given the egregious nature of the sexual misconduct detailed in The Post report, the school yesterday began evaluating whether the award should be rescinded, which would be an unprecedented act for the Cronkite Award and extremely rare for any award".
The statement continues, "I am greatly embarrassed".
'I have behaved insensitively at times, and I accept responsibility for that, though I do not believe that all of these allegations are accurate. I always felt that I was pursuing shared feelings, even though I now realize I was mistaken."PBS fired Rose within hours of the Post article's publication, and CBS suspended Rose in order to conduct its own investigation".
Elliott revealed, before he was let go by CBS, that he would be doing more "long-form pieces" and leaving his post as the host of the CBSN morning show he had been hosting online for nearly a year.
Gayle King Talks to Stephen Colbert About 'Very Painful' Charlie Rose Sexual Misconduct Claims
"Monday, your world is one way, and then 24 hours later, Charlie has been suspended and then he was sacked", she said. Now the network has been left without big-name talent following numerous sexual harassment allegations against Rose.
It came a day after reports surfaced on Rose's treatment of women who worked or wanted to work for his PBS show. She was in her early 20s at the time.
"He asked me, 'How does this make you feel, you know?" Three of them spoke on the record.
Sarah Gordon says the disturbing incident happened at Rose's Manhattan apartment in 2002, the same year the movie came out.
The women ranged in age from 21 to 37 at the time of the alleged incidents, according to The Post.
Producer Rebecca Carroll, who now works at Shonda Rhimes' production company ShondaLand, tweeted Wednesday evening that Rose would regularly belittle her and that she was punished for speaking out about "casual racism" at the show.
"How do you wrap your brain around that?" she said. Charlie is a 75-year-old in failing health who liked to go out at night [and] had a bad reputation.