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The New York Times Displays Healthy Self-Confidence During NewFronts Presentation

Few news organizations are as adept at conveying the sense of their own exceptionalism as The New York Times. The paper heavily emphasized the value of the  421 more words

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Page One: Inside the New York Times

“Readers and publishers are still debating how journalism can sustain itself” —Page One: Inside the New York Times

The quote above is the last thought filmmaker Andrew Rossi leaves audiences with before the credits roll on his gripping 2011 documentary. 

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Page One: Inside the New York Times (2011): Grade: B+: featuring David Carr, Bruce Headlam, Richard Perez-Pena, Tim Arango, Bill Keller, & Brian Stelter: directed by Andrew Rossi

Is this film available on Netflix Streaming and Apples iTunes? Yes, this film is available through both services.

I majored in political science as an undergrad at U.C. 1,757 more words

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Page One: Inside the New York Times

Finally streamed Page One: Inside the New York Times, one of the more interesting documentaries I’ve seen in a while. It’s not without its flaws–disjointed in parts and lacking explanation in others. 123 more words

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Review: Page One: Inside the New York Times, 2011, dir. Andrew Rossi

Consider for a moment that The New York Times is over one hundred and fifty years old. More impressively, the third largest newspaper in the United States can still claim relevance regardless of its antiquity. 967 more words

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Review: Page One: Inside the New York Times

MFR Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

A dying industry or a surviving monster? Page One is like an old fashioned broadsheet. Its substance stretches all the way across the kitchen table and its all-encompassing content looks to explore rather than preach any particular agenda. 573 more words

David Rank

PAGE ONE: INSIDE THE NEW YORK TIMES

 Greetings again from the darkness. Let me start by saying that you need not be a newspaper expert, reporter or reader to appreciate the points discussed in this documentary from… 652 more words

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