On Sunday The New Yorker published a 6,000-word article about corruption in Afghanistan’s Kabul Bank…on its blog.
Why would one of print’s stalwarts publish all that juicy content on the Web? According to WWD’s Memo Pad, the piece, by new staff writer Dexter Filkins, was coming up against a similar story at Read More
AP oil spill reporter Harry Weber says the claims of originality in today’s New York Times front page Deepwater Horizon story are “patently false,” according to an internal memo published by Romenesko.
Weber contests the Times’ claims that their reporting makes “it possible to finally piece together the Horizon’s last hours,” and that the events they Read More