The New York Times

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  • The On The New York Times

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  • The New York Times Essay

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    The New York Times is one of America’s largest newspaper publishers, today selling over 900,000 printed copies daily. Their website,, is the most visited online newspaper website, receiving 32.4 million unique visitors in December 2010. (The NY Times Company, 2010, pp. 2 3) The New York Times employs 3094 workers, 1016 of them members of The Newspaper Guild of New York. (p. 8) In order to remain as America’s premier newspaper, The New York Times not only deals with the changing media

  • New York Times Case Study Essay

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    Case 1-2 New York Times Since 1896, four generations of the Ochs-Sulzberger family have guided The New York Times through wars, recessions, strikes, and innumerable family crises. In 2003, though, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr., the current proprietor, faced what seemed to be a publisher's ultimate test after a loosely supervised young reporter named Jayson Blair was found to have fabricated dozens of stories. The revelations sparked a newsroom rebellion that humiliated Sulzberger into firing Executive

  • New York Times Paywall Strategic Considerations

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    1. Is the New York Times paywall working? According to Chairman Sulzberger the goal of the paywall was to “build the Times’s digital subscription base and develop a new robust consumer revenue stream, while maintaining its significant digital advertising business.” Secondary to the constraint of maintaining the ad business was the requirement to maintain social buzz and branding. To begin, the NYT wanted to increase future revenues for the paper and offset the inevitable decline of its print

  • The New York Times Company: a Case Study Analysis

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    THE NEW YORK TIMES COMPANY: A Case Study Analysis John J. Head WestCom Group Consulting Inc. School of Communication Telecommunications Management 4480 Western Michigan University 1903 West Michigan Avenue Kalamazoo, Michigan 49008 November 8, 2012 ©2012 John J Head Source: New York Times Co. Table of Contents I. Historical Overview 1 Early steps 2 Diversification 3 Challenges, changes 4 II. Organizational structure 5 Table 1 5 III. Business Operations 6 Table

  • Page One : Inside The New York Times By Andrew Rossi

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    The New York Times” directed by Andrew Rossi, allows access to the inner struggles of The New York Times as it fights to stay alive amidst the collapse of other great news paper businesses. This documentary begins with several clips announcing the demise of significant newspapers that had been around for more than 100 years. One of them the Rocky Mountain News which was previously located in Denver, CO, published its last article in 2009. Brian Williams, NBC journalist for The Nightly News states

  • Ten Years Ago A Journalist With The New York Times Committed

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    with the New York Times committed plagiarism on an article. Moreover, it was later found he previously committed plagiarism before that while employed in other writing capacities. Blair attended the University of Maryland where he studied journalism. He interned at The New York Times in 1998 and offered an extended internship. However, he declined the offer of the extended internship to complete more courses before graduating (Bailey, 2008). In 1999 Blair returned to The New York Times as an “ intermediate

  • The New York Times and Jayson Blair (A) “All the News That’s Fit to Print”?

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    The New York Times built its legacy around characteristics that did not represent the status quo nor did it follow the traditional steps in reporting news to the public. Instead of putting emphasis on reporting corruption, scandal, and extreme political views, it put importance in reporting the factual representation of events and limited both personal views and expressions (Smeraglinolo, Wehmer, & O’Rourke, 2007). The New York Times set guidelines to ensure its readers were getting the accurate

  • New York Times vs Sullivan

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    case of New York Times vs Sullivan was a case that involved public officials and how they were libeled in the press in the year of nineteen sixty four. L.B. Sullivan was one of three elected commissioners of Alabama. The respondent was L. B. Sullivan was a public official from Alabama and brought a lawsuit against an clergymen, a negro and against a petitioner of the New York Times Company. L.B. Sullivan sued all of these people because he felt that he was libeled in a advertisement of the New York

  • Compare and Contrast 2 Great Newspapers - New York Times and Wall Street Journal

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    same date, in this case January 30th, 2014, the distinction can still be made, and by this it can be said that if the titles of the newspapers were removed it would not be hard to distinguish one from the other. By placing the front page of the New York Times (NYT) and of the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) side by side, the reader can piece together few similarities and a greater amount of contrast between the two. These are especially true when looking at the stories that were covered, the amount of space