Discover a new way to find and share stories you'll love… Learn about Reading Desk

Trend Results : Arthur Sulzberger


Blog Post Results (1-20 of 446)

FILTER RESULTS

NY Times Names Arthur Gregg Sulzberger Editor for Strategy

The New York Times has named Arthur Gregg Sulzberger — son of publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. — its senior editor for strategy. Sulzberger, widely believed to be an eventual successor to his father, has been with the paper since 2009. Per...Show More Summary

NYT names Arthur Gregg Sulzberger an editor in charge of strategy

The New York Times Monday named Arthur Gregg Sulzberger its senior editor for strategy. Sulzberger led the Times’ “innovation report.” He’s in his early 30s and is the son of Times Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. “There’s also a good...Show More Summary

Arthur Gregg Sulzberger is named New York Times senior editor for strategy

Here’s New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet’s announcement about Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, son of the Times publisher: Since it was released last Spring, our innovation report has been hailed as an important piece of strategic thinking about how The Times can take its fate into its own hands and draw more readers for our … Read More

Jill Abramson and Arthur Sulzberger Jr.’s awkward photo, Mike Allen attended Romney donor conference, RIP Charlie Barsotti

2 months agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

Good morning. Here are 10 media stories to start your day. Also, here’s Sam Kirkland’s roundup of digital stories, as well as some job moves Tuesday. Did we miss anything? Email me: abeaujon@poynter.org. Politico’s Mike Allen and … Read more

Compensation of NYT execs doesn’t ‘seem to match the company’s current size’

2 months agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

Reuters | Capital Together, the three top executives at The New York Times — chairman and Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr., Times Co. CEO Mark Thompson and Vice Chairman Michael Golden — made $11.9 million in 2013, Jennifer Saba reports. … Read more

Stop fetishizing nasty editors, Dean Baquet says

3 months agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

NPR In an interview with NPR’s David Folkenflik, New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet says he never gave Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. an ultimatum about now-former Executive Editor Jill Abramson. He also talks a little bit about management style… Read more

The Case of Jill Abramson

Last week Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., the publisher of the New York Times, fired the executive editor, Jill Abramson. He promoted her then deputy, Dean Baquet, to the top job. The facts behind the firing may eventually come out. It appears...Show More Summary

How the NYT Mismanaged Jillghazi

3 months agoNews : The Daily Beast

How has Jill Abramson managed to so far outwit her former boss, the New York Times publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr.? By staying quiet and playing the long game, PR pros tell The Daily Beast.

NYT's Arthur Sulzberger Reveals Regrets Over Jill Abramson's Firing, Denies 'Lies' About Her Pay

"It wasn't as though we went out to hurt her. We didn't," he tells Vanity Fair. "It was my hope for Jill that we could make this go away as peacefully as possible." read more

New York Times Publisher Decries ‘Lies’ About Abramson Firing

Arthur Sulzberger Jr. speaks out about the firing of his former editor Jill Abramson from the New York Times

Arthur Sulzberger Reveals Regrets Over Jill Abramson's Firing, Denies 'Lies' About Her Pay

"It wasn’t as though we went out to hurt her. We didn’t," he tells Vanity Fair. "It was my hope for Jill that we could make this go away as peacefully as possible." read more

Vanity Fair: Baquet’s ‘ ultimatum of sorts’ led to Abramson ouster

3 months agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

Vanity Fair New York Times Co. CEO Mark Thompson, Times Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr and then Executive Editor Jill Abramson were all “actively recruiting” Guardian U.S. Editor-in-Chief Janine Gibson to a top digital role, Sulzberger says in an interview with … Read more

Morning Report for May 20, 2014

“Am I doing a bad job of picking leaders for The New York Times?” asks New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. “I don’t think so,” he tells Vanity Fair. “Everyone who pretends they have a 100% success rate isn’t trying hard enough.” (vanityfair.com) Jill Abramson “managed to make some good points for the … Read More

Arthur Sulzberger Jr.: ‘The Question is, Am I Doing a Bad Job of Picking Leaders for the New York Times?’

3 months agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlNY

The statement in the headline was volunteered Sunday by Sulzberger during his first post-Ambramson interview with Vanity Fair's Sarah Ellison. When she asked him what the terminations of Jill Abramson in 2014, president/CEO Janet Robinson...Show More Summary

Sulzberger Speaks!

Okay, Arthur Sulzberger has now given his first interview about the firing of Jill Abramson. He shouldn't have. It didn't go well. Read More ?

NYT Publisher: Here's Why Jill Abramson's Salary Was Less Than A Male Editor's

New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. has given his first interview about the controversy that erupted after he fired executive editor Jill Abramson. In the interview, which was published by Vanity Fair in the wee hours of Tuesday...Show More Summary

All the News That's Fit to Print -- Unless, of Course, You Are Too Bossy

Does anyone really know what happened between Arthur Sulzberger and Jill Abramson at the New York Times? I have read every article I could find over the past few days written about the dismissal of the Times' first female managing editor. Show More Summary

A Few Thoughts on the Abramson Affair

Over the weekend, Arthur Sulzberger, Jr. published a statement denying that unequal pay or gender played a role in Jill Abramson's firing and providing more details on what happened. Here's the Times write-up of the statement. And here's the statement itself. Show More Summary

NYT's Jill Abramson Makes First Public Remarks Since Termination- Live Feed

The New York Times' ousted top editor Jill Abramson will have a chance on Monday to address the unusually scathing criticisms of her management style leveled by publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. when she makes her first public remarks since she was fired. Show More Summary

Copyright © 2011 Regator, LLC