Arthur Sulzberger, Jr.
Chairman of the New York Times Co., publisher of The New York Times
In the middle of November 2008, at a time when the New York Times Company stock number was falling off the face of the earth, Arthur Sulzberger Jr. was in the ballroom at the Read More
Lindsay Lohan thinks the media’s extensive coverage of the Bristol Palin scandal is "distracting from the real issues." She would know!
Musician John Legend is likely dating model Christy Tiegen—the two reportedly looked very close at a Soho party for football players Kerry Rhodes and Reuben Droughns. [P6]
So how bad is it that Morgan Stanley sold its 7.2 percent ownership stake in The New York Times Company? Not as bad as it sounds.
"Believe me, Arthur Sulzberger won’t be losing sleep over this," said Edward Atorino, a media analyst at The Benchmark Company.
Rumors of TimesSelect's demise have been spread almost since the pay wall first went up in 2005. Maybe that was just wishful thinking on the part of those not wishing to drop almost $50 to read Tom Friedman and Maureen Dowd.
But today, the New York Post is reporting that soon readers Read More
Today, the New York Times unveiled it’s narrower format—as reported here.
But there’s more: Foreign correspondents are being asked to be a bit more concise, according to new guidelines obtained by The Observer.
For Page 1 stories, typically around 1,400 words, the new guidelines call for 1,250. There will Read More
Someone—Mark Twain, maybe—once said: “Never pick a fight with a man who buys ink by the barrel.” A modern corollary to the saying might be: “Never taunt a man who owns his own talk radio network.” But Ed Koch and Al D'Amato seem none too intimidated by the return of Mark Green, the new Read More
Remember the good old days of angry email exchanges between Barney Calame and Bill Keller?
Now, award-winning media critic Calame is giving credit to his boss, for deciding to continue on with the public editor position.
Back in January, that was still up for debate. Here’s what Keller told The Observer: Read More
“On the First Amendment,” Judith Miller said, “I am a hard-liner.”
Ms. Miller—the redoubtable, doubtable New York Times scoop artist—was on the phone Monday afternoon, giving an interview on her way to get an interview. The quick-change routine is well practiced by now: from reporter to news object and back again.
But even Read More
Five years from now, The New York Times is going to be an object published on newsprint—loaded onto trucks in College Point, hauled to distribution depots and stuffed into blue plastic bags. It will smudge your hands.
On Feb. 14, New York Times publisher Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr. is scheduled to address his paper’s staff Read More
Arthur Sulzberger Jr., the publisher of the New York Times, has taken some flack for sounding a bit glum about the prospects for print journalism at the World Economic Conference, held last month in Davos.
On Feb. 8, the newspaper Ha’aretz quoted Mr. Sulzberger thusly, responding to a question about whether the Times Read More