So when you combine the fact that our audience is bigger with the fact that we are doing a better job, and then with the fact that there is finally some really positive, albeit tentative, news on starting to figure out a business model in this new landscape—and we’re not alone in that—all that makes it an exciting time to be doing what we’re doing. Especially when you combine it with the scale of many of the stories that we’re covering right now—whether you think they represent progress or regression, we’re covering incredibly important stories.
09:44 AM - August 3, 2011
The NY Times’s New Top Editor in D.C.
A conversation with incoming Washington bureau chief David Leonhardt
It doesn’t add up - A science writer questions the conventional wisdom of US-born STEM workers
#Realtalk: Dear reader - For small sites, loyalty might be a better path to pageviews
Falling for internet hoaxes - Some people who share satire don’t realize they’re missing the punchline
Digital First plans layoffs (Updated) - High-level executives and high-profile digital projects targeted
‘Nobody’s that lucky’—except in Florida’s lottery? - Palm Beach Post ferrets out lottery fraud, prompts tightening of “meager” safeguards
Email blasts from CJR writers and editors
How war has made the world safer and richer
Or SF’s housing crisis explained
“I’m very sorry, but The New York Times is always the prettiest girl at the party”
Graphene, the material of tomorrow
Despite the bridge scandal, Chris Christie’s state is relatively transparent and accountable. CJR’s Greg Marx talks to Gordon Witkin
Who Owns What
A report from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
Questions and exercises for journalism students.