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Reaction to Page One: Inside NYT

By: Nathan Curry

Page One: Inside the New York Times was an informational experience for me. I learned a lot about journalism and its evolution. The film focuses on showing mainstream media through the eyes of The New York Times’ reporters and editors. 491 more words

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New York Times Advertising Reporter Stuart Elliott Takes Buyout

New York Times advertising reporter Stuart Elliott is the latest longtime staffer to take a buyout package from the paper. Mr. Elliott, who has been at the paper for over 23 years, announced the news in a Facebook post this morning: 454 more words

New York's Most Prominent Smokers Weigh in on Bumming Culture

It is a scenario familiar to most habitual smokers in New York. Step outside, light up and wait, with no small amount of trepidation, for the swarm of cigarette scroungers to come circling in, attempting to cadge a smoke. 1,084 more words

New York Times' David Carr and the business of journalism

The challenges that the Internet has created for the traditional journalism business model is old news by now, but the New York Times’ David Carr… 288 more words

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Linking at the New York Times: encouraged but inconsistent

I must correct, or expand upon, something I posted earlier today. In writing about an absurd correction in the New York Times, I wrote that the Times “certainly doesn’t require linking to digital sources of information.” 1,618 more words

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Thursday Night Football & Fanduel Picks - Week 12

There are plenty of meaningful regular season NFL games left on the schedule, but some teams are already looking to next season as others fight tooth-and-nail for their playoff dreams.   815 more words

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FreePFunded: Why we keep saving student newspapers

We all thought the FreeP was a goner.

Boston University’s Daily Free Press announced Nov. 10 that they had to raise $70,000 in around eight weeks if they wanted to keep printing. 784 more words

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