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From the department of shameless self-promotion

Well, this is interesting (to me, anyway). Matthew Kassel of The New York Observer has included me on a list of 17 people who could succeed the late David Carr as The New York Times’ media columnist. 54 more words


17 People Who Should Write The New York Times Media Column

It’s impossible to replace David Carr, The New York Times media columnist who died in February. But according to a recent report in Variety, the paper is on the lookout for a new writer and has whittled its search down to… 928 more words

New York Times Ramps Up Search for David Carr's Replacement (EXCLUSIVE)

The New York Times is zeroing in on a possible replacement for David Carr, the influential media-industry columnist who died suddenly in February, according to people familiar with the situation. 362 more words


Guilty Pleasures

In the wake of the the death of David Carr, the New York Times, his employer, ran a series of reverential articles extolling his wit, reporting skills, craftsmanship, generosity, work ethic, etc. 587 more words


Monday media roundup (the Tuesday edition)

By Christopher B. Daly 

Just wrapping up the spring semester, so I’ve been a little busier than usual. With apologies for the delay, here’s a rdp of recent developments and commentary about the news business: 515 more words


Erin Lee Carr's Moving Tribute to Her Father, David Carr

The other day I got some good news and, wanting to share it, reflexively typed “dad” into my phone. There are moments in grief when the finality sets in, and here it was: I would never be able to hear his voice again.

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David Carr, BU professor, New York Times columnist, dies at 58

Published February 13, 2015

David Carr, a columnist at The New York Times who covered business, culture and government in his Media Equation column and a professor in Boston University’s College of Communication, died Thursday at St. 1,280 more words

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