Keller to Meet with [em]Times[/em] D.C. Bureau

On the heels of New York Times publisher Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr.’s declaration to Charlie Rose that “morale is just great,” executive editor Bill Keller is headed for a meeting with the paper’s Washington bureau—the epicenter of disgruntlement over the Judith Miller case. Keller plans to meet the bureau staff today at a brown bag lunch sessio0n, a week after he canceled a similar lunch to stay in New York and deal with the Miller negotiations. According to a Times source, managing editor Jill Abramson may attend the meeting as well.

“The Washington bureau knows the topic will be Judy and where the bureau goes from here,” a Times source said.

–Gabriel Sherman

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