What Just Happened at the New York Times?

What Just Happened at the New York Times?

By David Runciman and Catherine Carr

In an extra episode, we're back with last week's guest Jonathan Shainin, Head of Opinion at the Guardian, so he can talk us through the big blow-up at the NYT. What has it taught us about about the new battlegrounds in newspaper opinion? Where does power now lie in newspaper offices? And where does Jonathan draw the line between what can and can't be published? In our next episode, voices on the ground in the US.

Further Reading:

The Tom Cotton Op-Ed from the New York Times


Michelle Goldberg in the NYT


Tom Cotton Op-Ed under review:


The creation of the NYT "op-ed" page, which was launched in 1970


The history of the "objectivity norm" in American journalism


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