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Keller Apt?

From our Late to the Party desk: The hardworking staff continues to believe that New York Times executive editor Bill Keller’s column in the paper is a bad idea. Previous transgression:  His column last month that included this unfortunate lede: … Continue reading

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His NYT Magazine Column Will Be The Death Of Bill Keller

Consensus among the hardworking staff: New York Times executive editor Bill Keller, who’s apparently suffering from Mort Zuckerman Syndrome (pat. pending), should not be writing for his own paper. Or any other, for that matter. The new, attitudinal Keller emerged in … Continue reading

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Salon: NYT’s “journalistic obedience”

Tuesday’s New York Times featured a Page One piece about CIA operative Raymond Davis, who allegedly shot and killed two Pakistanis last month, thereby exacerbating the uneasy alliance between Pakistan and the U.S. Problem is, according to Salon.com, the Times sat … Continue reading

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Bill Keller’s Revisionist History

The hardworking staff finally got around to finishing New York Times executive editor Bill Keller’s 8000-word wet kiss to himself about his handling of the WikiLeaks documents (and manhandling of Julian Assange, apparently) over the past six months. Along the … Continue reading

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More Non-Disclosure By NYT Public Editor

Turns out New York Times Public Editor Arthur S. Brisbane omitted more than one relevant fact in his latest column. As the hardworking staff noted earlier, Brisbane wrote this in his piece about the challenges the paper faces in a … Continue reading

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WikiLeaks to NYT: Drop Dead

Interesting Editor’s Note in Monday’s New York Times about “The Decision to Publish Diplomatic Documents.” First it says: The articles published today and in coming days are based on thousands of United States embassy cables, the daily reports from the … Continue reading

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