The New York Times corporate communications chief has been given a title upgrade: Catherine Mathis has been named senior vice president of corporate communications.
In the release, Times CEO Janet Robinson said of Ms. Mathis: "Catherine is the consummate communications professional. She has a deep understanding of our business and, under her leadership, we 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
This morning’s New York Times provides the latest installment in the saga of reporter-cum-memoirist Alan Feuer: an Editors’ Note reports that the paper “asked its Baghdad bureau staff to recheck” an April 14, 2003 story by Feuer after Feuer claimed, in his book about war reporting, to have fudged facts in that piece. Read More