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Next on Netflix

I’m a pretty big fan of the documentary section of Netflix, and it’s simply because I like learning new things. Call me crazy. It’s not that I haven’t tried before to get myself into a shameless TV series binge on sick days or long weekends, but when I finish a series, I just don’t get that same feeling of accomplishment. 304 more words

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What Works: Page One

Page One: Inside the New York Times is a documentary showing the operations of one of the world’s largest publications and their struggle to keep up with emerging technological times. 211 more words

'Write about what you know' is 'foolish'

It’s worth noting that the tradition of selecting Page 1 stories under the old system has long made The Times distinctive. We are seeking to preserve the rigor of this process, but update it for the digital age.

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NYT Executive Editor Dean Baquet Makes Use of the Name 'Dean'

Sometimes, the name “Dean” really comes in handy.

New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet announced “a small but significant step” in the paper’s ongoing “digital transformation” in a newsroom memo that went out this morning. 615 more words

What Works

The New York Times documentary “Page One” features the news publication and how it has changed with the advancing technological world. David Carr, in charge of the online media, brought the New York Times into a current time by helping them keep up with multiple platforms of media. 180 more words

Kevin McCall - Sincerely, Kevin (Page 1 + Page 2)

Kevin McCall has been going through some drama lately, but that didn’t stop him from releasing two EPs over the Valentine’s Day weekend.  While some of the tracks address the last year of his life, he manages to reworks a lot of his angst into some surprisingly good love songs that barely touch on their inspiration.  49 more words

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Media Monday: On Creating a Legacy and David Carr

The recent loss of David Carr has gotten me thinking about what it takes to make a legacy in journalism (or anywhere for that matter). Journalists have been the news lately, as I mentioned last week, both positively and negatively. 887 more words