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Washington Post Columnist Shreds 'American Plague' Fox News
Margaret Sullivan ripped the "shameless propaganda outfit" days after the release of a damning New Yorker exposé.
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New York Times Names Elizabeth Spayd Public Editor
She has big shoes to fill, as predecessor Margaret Sullivan raised expectations for the role.
New York Times In 'Final Stage' Of Selecting Next Public Editor
Veteran journalists Debra Adams Simmons and Elizabeth Spayd are said to be among the finalists.
Margaret Sullivan Took The New York Times Public Editor Role Into The Digital Age
She's ending her four-year term early, taking her expertise to The Washington Post where she’ll be a media columnist.
NYT Can't Find Minorities To Comment On Politics, Asks Them To Write In
Too often, the media's lack of diversity is blamed on minorities themselves.
David Brock on Target Again in 'Killing the Messenger'
non-profit consultant, public speaker and political analyst
The book should be required reading by members of the media. It might get them to think twice as they are preparing what will be endless columns on Clinton until the election.
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CNN, NYT Asked To Drop 'Illegal Immigrant' Ahead Of Debate
While the Times has evolved in its use of the term, CNN declined to say whether it would recommend its on-air talent not use it.
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The One Piece Of Job Advice You Need To Hear Again And Again
Ask for what you want.
Media Matters Asks Times' Public Editor For Correction On Clinton Emails Story
The Times' public editor published a piece this afternoon addressing concerns about the headline of the Clinton piece but
Journalists Remember New York Times Columnist David Carr As 'Brilliant,' 'Champion,' 'Guardian Angel'
Washington Post media reporter Erik Wemple, a former senior editor at WCP and friend of Carr's, also looked back fondly on
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NYT Public Editor Tackles Diversity Issues In 'Hopes And Dreams' For 2015
"Writers assigned to cover labor, television and advertising (and many other subjects) who are as good as their recently
Following Layoffs, NYT Culture Section Devoid Of Black Reporters
According to Journal-isms, other journalists of color are also being affected by the recent cuts. Metro reporter Kia Gregory
NYT Public Editor Responds To 'Vicious' Criticism Of Darren Wilson Article
Sullivan clarified that the article, which has since been updated with an editor's note, included a picture of Wilson's marriage
New York Times Public Editor Responds To Critics Over Paper's Israel-Palestine Coverage
Beginning by stating that this was a column she "never wanted to write," Sullivan used emails from readers and an interview
The Gary Webb Story: Still Killing the Messenger
Joseph A. Palermo
Author, historian, professor
For the first time the true story about the courageous investigative journalist, Gary Webb, is being told in movie theaters across the country where people can draw their own conclusions unhindered by the noise and static of establishment naysayers in the corporate media.
New York Times' Public Editor Calls Out Newspaper's Coverage Of Plagiarism Charges Against Rick Perlstein
New York Times' public editor Margaret Sullivan weighed in on the newspaper's coverage of the plagiarism charges against
New York Times Public Editor Criticizes Paper's Iraq Coverage
"I hope that the editors -- on both the news and opinion sides -- will think hard about whose voices and views will get the
Margaret Sullivan Takes Down New York Times' Review Of Glenn Greenwald's Book
Sullivan argued: "There clearly is a special role for the press in America’s democracy... It’s wrong to deny that role, and
Why We Need Media Critics Who Are Fiercely Independent
, Guest Writer
The most renowned media critics are usually superficial and craven. That's because -- as one of the greatest in the 20th century, George Seldes, put it -- 'the most sacred cow of the press is the press itself.'
NY Times Public Editor Criticizes Magazine's Recent Female Politician Covers
(h/t: Julie Moos) Sullivan admitted that while she defends the writing for both stories, "some criticism was warranted." Sullivan
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