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New York Times editor Dean Baquet doesn’t care what you think
Baquet is simply unable to acknowledge the major flaws that profoundly undermine the newsroom he has led for eight years. Rather, he lashes out at critics -- on Twitter in particular.
New York Times editor Dean Baquet wants his reporters to keep an open —...
Dean Baquet, the executive editor of the New York Times, considers journalistic "objectivity" -- as his newsroom currently practices it -- a “core value” that he intends to guard as long as he remains in charge. So be prepared for more credulous, both-sides stenography.
Dean Baquet interview demonstrates why bothsidesism is alive and well at his New York...
Talking to Michael Barbaro on the Times’s “The Daily” podcast, Baquet refused to in any way condemn a recent Times article that was widely and appropriately cited as a canonical example of bothesidesism, and instead reiterated that Times reporters will not be “taking sides” -- even when one side is the truth and the other side is a lie.
At the New York Times, it’s the comfortable versus the afflicted
The dismissive response to a complaint about negative bias in reporting about transgender people reflects an ongoing newsroom rift.
Congratulations, mainstream media. Everyone thinks you’re ruining America.
If people on "every side" think the news media is not just bad, but a major threat to democracy, then it seems some self-reflection might be in order.
The New York Times has a diversity problem
New evidence shows that New York Times management doesn’t just underappreciate diversity in its newsroom, but actively devalues it.
Can the New York Times save itself — and us?
The Times has lost its bearings when it comes to political coverage -- at the worst possible time. The new editor, Joe Kahn, will need to betray his predecessor to put it back on course.
Jackie Calmes has an assignment for failing political reporters
The former New York Times White House reporter called on all reputable media organizations to take a concrete first step towards ending false equivalence by vowing never to use a quote that reporters and editors know is a lie without immediately refuting it.
Arsonist heroically agrees not to light deadly fire? Let me rewrite that for you!
Mitch McConnell is getting exactly the kind of coverage he had hoped for -- and had every reason to expect -- from a press corps that is incapable of holding the Republican Party accountable for anything.
New York Times reporters humiliate themselves again
An overwrought and smarmy lead Times story by Jonathan Weisman and Emily Cochrane described what may end up as a blip as a sky-is-falling scenario for Democrats undermined by a “liberal revolt” that amounted to a “humiliating blow” for Biden.