In this new book, the award-winning Truthdig columnist discusses taboo topics in America—including his experience as a radical war correspondent at The New York Times—with fellow journalist David Talbot.
New York Times columnist and former executive editor Bill Keller seeks to defend his view of "objective" reporting against Glenn Greenwald's "accountability journalism grounded in rigorous factual accuracy."
Funny, he doesn't look like Marie Antoinette But when former New York Times Executive Editor Bill Keller asks his readers if they are "bored by the soggy sleep-ins and warmed-over anarchism of Occupy Wall Street," it displays the arrogance of disoriented royal privilege But former New York Times Executive Editor Bill Keller displays the arrogance of disoriented royal privilege.
We fashionably compress our commemorations of 9/11 events into a neat triangle to include the Afghanistan and Iraq wars But in accepting this, we terribly distort our historyWe fashionably compress our commemorations of 9/11 to include the Afghanistan and Iraq wars.
The documentary film "Page One: Inside the New York Times" is an infomercial for The New York Times It says nothing about the internal dynamics of the institution It fails to portray the titular Page 1 process.
Forbes reports that The New York Times didn't win for WikiLeaks stories because it didn't enter them.