The New York Times Company chairman Arthur Sulzberger Jr and CEO Janet Robinson announced today that they are cutting the salaries of New York Times editors, as well as all employees on the corporate side by 5 percent through the end of December. Mr. Sulzberger, along with Times executive editor Bill Keller, is also asking Read More
Don’t assume Bill O’Reilly is hoping The New York Times‘ fortunes change any time soon. The Huffington Post’s Media Vertical points us towards a commentary the Fox News host made about the paper last night in response to a February 1st editorial The Times ran under the headline The Read More
Earlier today, William Kristol was sitting alone by the entrance of Michael’s checking his Blackberry. Mr. Kristol was there at the behest of the Independent Film Channel to participate in a panel discussion moderated by Arianna Huffington (and featuring Pete Hamill, Chrisopher Buckley, and Mr. Kristol) to help promote The IFC Media Project, Read More
Sewell Chan and Al Baker of The New York Times‘ City Room blog are reporting more information about this afternoon’s suspicious powder incident at the paper.
According to Messrs. Chan and Baker, the letter containing the suspicious substance was address to Times editorial page editor Andrew Rosenthal:
The address of The Read More
Hillary Clinton began one of her last appeals to Iowa voters by lifting Barack Obama’s signature line.
“We are fired up and we are ready to go,” she said in the Starlight Building of Davenport’s Mississippi Valley Fairgrounds. Later in her speech, she talked about “hopeful, hopeful programs for the future.”
Whether the imitation was Read More
The recent Brooks vs. Krugman (with an assist from Herbert) smackdown on the New York Times op-ed page has left a lot of people wondering: Why aren’t Times columnists allowed to attack each other by name? After all, doing so would make these arguments a lot easier for readers Read More
“If you mention the words ‘subscription’ and ‘Internet,’” said Andrew Rosenthal, “the bloggers come after you with pitchforks!”
Mr. Rosenthal, the New York Times editorial page editor, of course won’t have to deal with pitchfork-wielding bloggers, now that TimesSelect, the newspaper’s paid subscription service—complete with a op-ed columnist-shielding pay wall—has officially been killed off.
Nor Read More
Now that New York Times staffers are finally moving into the new tower at 620 Eighth Avenue, the gossip mill has started churning over who got the choicest digs.
The latest: Could it be that editorial-page editor Andrew Rosenthal’s new office is just as big as publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr.’s 16th-floor spread?
“Let’s Read More
We’d just like to have more and more and more,” said Andrew Rosenthal, the New York Times editorial-page editor.
Mr. Rosenthal was discussing the newspaper’s opinion content on the Web—whether from name-brand op-ed columnists or outside contributors, blogs or video.
“We’ve got composers, astronomers—the guy from Queen,” Mr. Rosenthal said by phone April 9. He Read More
The New York Times announced this afternoon that deputy editorial-page editor Andrew Rosenthal will replace Gail Collins as editorial-page editor January 1. The annoucement quotes publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. calling Rosenthal “a born editorial writer.”
And how! The release describes Rosenthal’s journalistic background, including stints as a Washington correspondent, Denver bureau reporter and Read More