The 'Times' today had three stories about the media's epic struggle to stay afloat. Way to be self-referential, 'Times'! And they say newspapers are having trouble adjusting to the Internet.
God forbid he send the paper some traffic for one of its own stories.
Wait: Was it okay for us to use that quote?
This remark probably looked better on the page. Or not.
The media cuts keep coming.
Yes, the car companies are disintegrating, people are sinking their own boats, and major architectural landmarks are going for half price. But Hugo Lindgren spots a few glimmers of hope.
'Times' television critic Alessandra Stanley has seriously revised her opinion of the show.
The paper's executive editor defends his boss against 'Vanity Fair.'
A new 'Vanity Fair' profile tells us how the former editor of the New York 'Times' was making canny predictions about how the Internet would change the company. Too bad nobody listened.
Quirky "City" section stories will no appear in the "Metro" section, insofar as they appear at all.
Is Paul Krugman having a crisis of confidence?
His friends at the lab call him four-arms, though, which is sad.
So they're shipping it off before it sinks. (Sorry.) And more, in today's media news.
While we were all paying attention to other things, a ring of reptile smugglers was being brought to justice.
The 'Times' wunderkind loosens up a little.
Dirt Candy owner Amanda Cohen has castigated the 'Times' for its positive profile of her restaurant in "Dining Briefs" last week.