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The Arthur Bris-Bane Of The New York Times’ (Digital Media) Existence

New York Times Public Editor Arthur S. Brisbane published his swan column yesterday, and the Old Grey Lady can’t be happy about it. Brisbane was a disappointing ombud – not as sharp as Clark Hoyt, not nearly as lyrical as … Continue reading

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Brisbane, New York

Arthur Brisbane, the fourth public editor of the New York Times, made his (always his, so far) debut on Sunday with this column: Why I Would Do This Why indeed? I wanted the job for several reasons. First is that … Continue reading

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Is The New York Times A Papal Tiger?

Okay, so this past Sunday the New York Times Public Editor, Clark Hoyt, penned this lede under the headline, “Questioning the Pope:” A TOP Vatican official said The Times “lacks fairness in its coverage of Pope Benedict.” The archbishop of … Continue reading

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New York Times Public Forgetitor

The New York Times is the current selection in the news media’s Plagiarist of the Month Club, a dis-honorific that Times Public Editor Clark Hoyt addresses in his column this week, headlined “Journalistic Shoplifting.” The back-story, as deconstructed by Hoyt: … Continue reading

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