They questioned long-held assumptions, analyzed reader behavior, conducted focus groups, and surveyed the newsroom. Man, I thought everyone knew better than that. He fought with critics when he felt they were wrong.
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But consistently linking to only one side of a debate can leave the impression that you, too, are taking sides. On June 18,The Washington Post began publishing its own series. She is the eyewitness we have wanted, needed, to the day to day life that goes on in the midst of our great folly.
Since these examples are all letters from liberals, the public editor comments: And, finally, more expert reportage from Atrios on whether we will be able to keep delivering the news this way, at least for the moment, as the FEC decides not to pretend that different rules should apply to the Internet than apply to political speech elsewhere.
We also published a call-out to people to nominate subjects. He was abrasive and entertaining. The papers revealed, among other things, that the government had deliberately expanded its role in the war by conducting air strikes over Laosraids along the coast of North Vietnamand offensive actions taken by U.
How should The New York Times change the newsroom to meet the challenges of the future? There was a sense that people wanted to access everything in its organic form and everything should be equal. Independence, accuracy, fairness, courage: Beginning October 16,a two-page "Bay Area" insert was added to copies of the Northern California edition on Fridays and Sundays.
Following a death-to-gays fatwa issued last October by Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani leftdeath squads of the Badr Corps have been systematically targeting gay Iraqis for persecution and execution, gay Iraqis say.
But when it comes to social media, Dean Baquet has inexplicably chosen a different path.
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I think the answer has to probably be both. Last week, The Times announced that it was further expanding its coverage of Australia, tearing down its paywall for a week and recruiting a team of Australia-based journalists.
Peter Daou has a piece up on the White House offensive against the media for not reporting the "good news" about Iraq. Digital revenue drive Quality is a strategy that is paying off. The latter garnered more thanreaders in Tagalog, Rudoren said.
The so-called group has just published a three-year plan headlined Journalism That Stands Apart. Today it must apply its values to new forms of journalism. Click here to listen to the full interview with Jodi and Charles.
It's all part of an overarching goal to integrate The New York Times various international bureaus into the bloodstream of the main report, said Jodi Rudoren, the editorial director of NYT Global. When the Post refused, the U. The New York Times began an international edition in The democratization of publishing and platforms, and the idea that basically anybody could write and publish on a flat surface with us was problematic.
Where it is Bra of the Week - because I need something pretty to cheer me up. The clear focus is on quality journalism. It was really like, if your colleagues said it was good, then it was good. Multiple staffers told the group that they were frustrated by the lack of transparency and understanding of newsrooms goals.Here's ad and circulation revenue: Screenshot.
Here's employment at newspapers: Screenshot. And wages at newspapers: Screenshot. The newspapers fact sheet does show that, accounting for digital circulation booms at The Washington Post, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, weekday digital circulation rose 10 percent from.
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The urgency is the very thing that makes The New York Times so. Jan 16, · The New York Times, like all print publications, faces a quandary.
A majority of the paper's readership now views the paper online, but the company still. In a quarterly earnings report Wednesday, the Times recorded an percent decline in print advertising revenue, which dragged down total advertising revenue percent to $ million.Download