NYT's Arthur Sulzberger took the stage at Hunter College June 15 to boast about the paper’s survival in the Digital Age and to take advice from the audience. Our readers say cut the size and consider an ownership change.
The New York Times was "insensitive" in its June 16 report about the balcony collapse in Berkeley, which killed five Irish students and a person with dual Irish-American citizenship, according to Margaret Sullivan, the paper's public editor.
Digital media survivors will be those who adopt the business model of traditional TV, says critic Michael Wolff in his provocative new book, 'Television is the New Television: The Unexpected Triumph of Old Media in the Digital Age.'
New York Times publisher Pinch Sulzberger talked about the transformation from a company reliant on advertising revenue to one dependent on circulation sales. He spoke about paper's future at Hunter College.
The "sustainability" of the New York Times will be discussed Monday, June 15 at 6 p.m. by Publisher Arthur Sulzberger at Hunter College which is providing a live videocast of the event. Questions from the public will be allowed.
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