Accuracy in Media

New York Times Gives Environment Desk the Axe

According to a report in Inside Climate News, The New York Times will dismantle its environment desk and reassign the remaining reporters and editors to other departments. Two positions are being eliminated and, at this point, the future of the Green Blog is uncertain. Managing editor for news operations Dean Baquet said it was a “structural matter,” and […]

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NYT Public Editor Criticizes Paper for Libya Coverage

Libya may be in the news, but for the editors of The New York Times, the Congressional hearings on Wednesday weren’t newsworthy enough to merit front-page coverage, and that didn’t sit well with the Times’ new public editor, Margaret Sullivan. Sullivan, who replaced Arthur Brisbane in September, noted in her new column that both The Wall […]

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November 2016

11/14/2016 - New York Times Publisher Vows to Cover President Trump Fairly

October 2016

10/29/2016 - NYT Executive Editor Criticizes Fox News and CNN for Pandering Political Coverage

January 2015

1/7/2015 - NY Times Executive Editor Vows to Fix What the “Buyouts Broke”

September 2014

9/5/2014 - NY Times Executive Editor Says He Thinks Paper Will Survive

May 2014

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

January 2014

1/28/2014 - NY Times Public Editor Wonders What Happened to Real News on Front Page

1/11/2013 - New York Times Gives Environment Desk the Axe

October 2012

10/12/2012 - NYT Public Editor Criticizes Paper for Libya Coverage