Accuracy in Media

NY Times Chairman Says the Paper is Not for Sale

Arthur Sulzberger Jr., the chairman of The New York Times Company and the paper’s publisher, said last week that while last years’ sale of The Washington Post was a “shock out of the blue” and tough for him personally, the Times is not for sale. Sulzberger made his remarks during a discussion of the paper’s […]

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New York Times Not For Sale—But It Should Be

With the shocking announcement this week that The Washington Post was being sold to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos for $250 million, ending the Graham family’s 80-year ownership of the newspaper, all eyes have turned towards The New York Times, which like the Post is family owned. Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. moved quickly to dispel […]

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New York Times Axing Newsroom Jobs

After years of cutting jobs on the business side of the newspaper, The New York Times announced in a memo from executive editor Jill Abramson that it needs to start trimming back the newsroom operations, and is looking for 30 non-union newsroom managers to take a voluntary buyout: There is no getting around the hard news […]

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The New York Times’ War on Police

At The New York Times annual meeting on April 25, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Arthur Sulzberger Jr. denied that his paper was waging a war on the New York City Police Department and its commissioner, Ray Kelly. The denials are not convincing. As I arrived in New York City for the annual meeting, the […]

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May 2014

5/15/2014 - New York Times Dumps Executive Editor Jill Abramson Over Newsroom Management Issues

March 2014

3/19/2014 - NY Times Chairman Says the Paper is Not for Sale

August 2013

8/9/2013 - New York Times Not For Sale—But It Should Be

February 2013

2/21/2013 - New York Times Co. Puts Boston Globe Back On the Block

December 2012

12/4/2012 - New York Times Axing Newsroom Jobs

April 2012

4/27/2012 - The New York Times’ War on Police