public editor

As media distrust grows, another outlet drops its liaison between the public and the newsroom.
Elizabeth Spayd will be the final journalist to hold the accountability position created in the wake of a 2003 plagiarism scandal.
A recent article in T, the style magazine of The Times, celebrated entrepreneurs “harnessing goodness through technology
So what gives? Why has one of the most revered news operations -- a program that has won more Emmy Awards than any other TV news organization -- turned its back on the kind of shoe-leather investigative reporting that has earned it a record-setting audience?
Sullivan said it's been a great privilege to edit her hometown paper, where she's worked for 32 years, but she is looking
I confess. I am a man of words and thus, increasingly, a dinosaur. The New York Times' public editor, conduit to America's most influential news organization, should be more.
Today the New York Times asked for input on "whether and when New York Times news reporters should challenge 'facts' that are asserted by newsmakers they write about." The response among my peers has been fairly unanimous: Are you f-ing kidding me?
"It is great to be back in the state of Tex--," Obama said, before cutting himself off and correcting himself with a smile
It is good that the New York Times has a "Public Editor" to keep an eye on the paper's ethics. But sometimes, it seems like valuable column space is wasted chastising Times staffers for minor missteps.