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Civilians Who Run Full-Page Ads in the New York Times (Michael Steinhardt – Again! – Edition)

The latest in our long-running series Yesterday’s New York Times featured yet another ad from Zionista Michael Steinhardt, whose previous Times ad (along with his various associations – see here and here) we dutifully noted last month. His current foray:     … Continue reading

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The Grey Lady Opens the Kimono (Russian Nesting Ads Edition)

The New York Times, which has gone all in with its native advertising factory T Brand Studio, continues to double up its print and native ads. Earlier this year the Times played footsie with the Weinstein Company in promoting The … Continue reading

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Civilians Who Run Full-Page Ads in the New York Times (Fracking Yoko Ono Edition)

The latest in our long-running series For years Beatles disruptor Yoko Ono has been a habitué of the New York Times advertising pages, and yesterday she added this to her portfolio. Drive Yoko nuts graf: Mandatory website: StopUnconstitutionalPipeline.org. (To be … Continue reading

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Why the New York Times Is a Great Newspaper (Phil Jackson Triangle Offense Edition)

The New York Times Sunday sports section is topped by this Nicholas Dawidoff piece about the origins of the triangle offense that Phil Jackson rode to 11 NBA championships but that the current New York Knicks just can’t get.     … Continue reading

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Civilians Who Run Full-Page Ads in the New York Times (Michael Steinhardt Edition)

The latest in our long-running series Yesterday’s New York Times featured this ad on A5. At issue: That’s problematic for Michael Steinhardt – president of the Judy and Michael Steinhardt Foundation and co-founder of Birthright Israel – who paid for … Continue reading

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In Apple Music Rumpus, Maybe Taylor Swift ISN’T All That and a Bag of Clips

Music maven Taylor Swift is getting all kinds of kudos for taking a bite out of Apple Music’s effort to strong-arm independent labels into getting no royalties for the new streaming service’s trial period. But maybe she didn’t do it alone. … Continue reading

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New York Times easyJet Piece Gathers No (Kate) Moss

From our Late to the Party Pooper desk Yesterday’s New York Times Business section featured this Nicola Clark profile of easyJet chief executive Carolyn McCall. EasyJet Chief Leads Airline Through Turnaround LONDON — Early in a May conference call with … Continue reading

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Why Are Mark Halperin and Katie Couric Cavorting with the Romneys?

As the hardworking staff previously noted, Yahoo! News anchor Katie Couric was a (paid?) speaker at this weekend’s Mittapalooza for myriad GOP presidential hopefuls looking for some love – but mostly money – from Mitt Romney’s deep-pocketed friends. But it turns … Continue reading

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Civilians Who Run Full-Page Ads in the New York Times (Stephen M. Wolf Edition)

The latest in our long-running series From Tuesday’s New York Times: Of local note: Yikes. So who exactly is Stephen M. Wolf, who paid a likely six figures for this ad? Here’s what the Googletron yields. So . . . … Continue reading

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Michael Reagan Milks the Old Man Like a Cash Cow

Well the hardworking staff opened up the old mailbag today and here’s what poured out:     And etc. So, pony up for the Reagan Ranch and get a swell calendar.     Year in pictures:     You might … Continue reading

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