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The Marshall Project’s Bill Keller on What’s Wrong (and Right) With the Media “The most troublesome tension is the one between the need to file immediately, because a thousand other people are filing immediately, and the time it takes to do real reporting.”
Bill Keller Interview: After the New York Times The Paper of Record’s former executive editor discusses his new start-up and the big ship he left behind.
Times Denies Abramson Was Paid Less Than Men “Compensation played no part whatsoever in my decision that Jill could not remain as executive editor,” says Sulzberger.
Meet Dean Baquet, the NYT’s First Black Boss He takes over immediately after Jill Abramson’s sudden departure.
The Joy of Unfollowing There’s no such thing as TMI online: if you don’t like it, quit looking.
Bill and Emma Keller Write Matching Cancer Columns, Face Internet Wrath Cancer patient Lisa Bonchek Adams and her supporters battle married writers.
New York Times Does the Liberal Bias Dance Bill Keller admitted the paper can’t be 100 percent objective, because duh.
Bill Keller Still Struggling With Iraq War ‘Unfinished Business’ No longer the executive editor, Keller expounds on life as a liberal war hawk.
Bill Keller Is Holding His Good-bye Party at Canal Room Now who’s the cool one, Jill Abramson? Maybe he’ll get a tattoo afterward, too.
Bill Keller Changes Jobs, Again Lifestyle guru? Romance novelist? The world is his oyster!
Timesmen React to Their Portrayal in Page One Documentary “If you want to signal to people that you’re a big jerk, walking around with a camera behind you is a good way to do it.”
Bill Keller Talked to a Lot of People Today When you quit your job, a lot of things come out.
Times Continues Effort to Demonize Arianna Huffington This time she’s participating, though. Lord knows why.
Bill Keller Tries to Take Down Arianna Huffington, Fails When megalomaniacal meets megalomaniacal a-comin’ through the rye.
Bill Keller: Colluding With WikiLeaks Was Fun at First, Then Annoying The ‘Times’ executive editor has a long magazine piece that explains everything.
Plagiarizing New York Times Journalist Resigns Zachery Kouwe left before disciplinary action could be taken.
Journal’s Thomson to Times’ Keller: ‘A Case of ... Fundamental Journalistic Integrity’ The ‘Wall Street Journal’ editor-in-chief and New York ‘Times’ executive editor cross swords again, this time over plagiarism.
Why the Times Is Wary of an Apple Tablet Deal The announcement of the paper’s new metered-pay system seems like it’s coming in tandem with Apple’s upcoming tablet reveal. But it’s not.
NYT vs. WSJ Flame War Continues Bill Keller and Robert Thomson continue to fight.
Robert Thomson Accuses Bill Keller of Undermining The ‘ WSJ’ editor has a bone to pick with the ‘ NYT’ editor.
Times Reverses Executive Editor’s Iran Analysis Maybe things aren’t so great for Ahmadinejad after all?
Why Is Times Executive Editor Bill Keller in Iran? Well, he always wanted to visit, and this seemed like a good time. (No, seriously.)
Was the Times’ Daily Show Segment Good for the Paper? Does being a good sport outweigh getting trampled mercilessly for the sake of laughs?
Times Nears Decision on How You’ll Pay for Online Content They’ve narrowed it down to two revenue models, and they’ll make a decision by the end of June.
Keller: Saving Times Like Saving Darfur This remark probably looked better on the page. Or not.
Bill Keller: Yah-Huh, Lots of People Buy the Times! The paper’s executive editor defends his boss against ‘Vanity Fair.’
Media Wins Some Battles Against Death It’s a good day in the world of words.
McCain’s War Against the Gray Lady: A Timeline Yesterday’s outburst from the McCain camp against the paper of record, in which strategist Steve Schmidt called the ‘Times’ ‘150 percent in the can for Obama,’ is far from the first skirmish between the two. Here’s a guide to everything that’s gone sour between the paper and the campaign in 2008.
‘Times’ Novelist Kills Off One Editor, Skewers Others Best seller John Darnton starts off his latest book, ‘Black and White and Dead All Over,’ with a murder — and you may recognize the victim. Load More