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The battle for Tribune: Inside the campaign to find new owners for a legendary group of newspapers

The battle for Tribune: Inside the campaign to find new owners for a legendary group of newspapers

ADLast year, as a group of Baltimore Sun reporters embarked on a long-shot endeavor to find a new owner that could save their paper from a hedge-fund takeover, a former Maryland politician gave them a piece of advice.Treat this like a political campaign.The worried reporters would need to recruit community allies. Hire a public relations firm to sway public opinion. And most crucially: Figure out how to find rich people who might be persuaded to finance a rescue plan.That meeting over coffee with Ted Venetoulis — a former Baltimore County executive who unofficially advised Maryland’s...

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Apr 5
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Inside the Teen Vogue mess — which is really a Condé Nast mess

Inside the Teen Vogue mess — which is really a Condé Nast mess

ADFrom the start, Alexi McCammond seemed an unlikely candidate to become a top boss within the storied Vogue empire — at least on paper.Only 27, she had little editing experience and had never managed a staff before she was tapped as editor in chief for Teen Vogue early last month. A stranger to the world of glossy New York magazines, she had spent the past four years as a junior reporter at a news start-up in Washington, scrapping for incremental scoops and gritty campaign-bus assignments alongside scores of other young D.C. journalism strivers.Yet in her short career, McCammond had...

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Sarah Ellison
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New accounts detail how New York health officials were told to prioritize coronavirus testing of people connected to Andrew Cuomo

New accounts detail how New York health officials were told to prioritize coronavirus testing of people connected to Andrew Cuomo

ADNew York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s relatives and other well-connected New Yorkers were among those given preferential treatment at state testing centers. State troopers were on standby to rush their samples to a lab to be expedited. And those with priority status got results within hours or a day compared to a wait of up to a week that other New Yorkers faced at the time.Seven individuals with firsthand knowledge of testing practices said that some people with access to power were able to largely bypass the overburdened resources available to the general public when the pandemic first...

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Andrew Cuomo’s family members were given special access to covid testing, according to people familiar with the arrangement

Andrew Cuomo’s family members were given special access to covid testing, according to people familiar with the arrangement

ADAs the pandemic swept through New York early last year, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration arranged for his family members and other well-connected figures to have special access to state-administered coronavirus tests, dispatching a top state doctor and other state health officials to their homes, according to three people with direct knowledge of the effort.As part of the program, a state lab immediately processed the results of those who were tested, the people said, even as average New Yorkers were struggling to get tested in the early days of the pandemic because of a scarcity of...

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A star reporter’s resignation, a racial slur and a newsroom divided: Inside the fallout at the New York Times

A star reporter’s resignation, a racial slur and a newsroom divided: Inside the fallout at the New York Times

ADThe New York Times’s annual “State of the Times” address is usually an opportunity for top brass to brag about the newspaper’s achievements, of which it had last year.But in Thursday’s speech, Executive Editor Dean Baquet tried instead to douse a cultural inferno that has been consuming the Times newsroom for two weeks — ever since the public revelation of a star reporter’s racially offensive comments to schoolchildren.“In our zeal to make a powerful statement about our workplace culture, we ham-handedly said something you rightfully saw as an oversimplification of one of the most...

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Feb 12
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Laura Poitras says she’s been fired by First Look Media over Reality Winner controversy. Now she’s questioning the company’s integrity.

Laura Poitras says she’s been fired by First Look Media over Reality Winner controversy. Now she’s questioning the company’s integrity.

ADThree days after Thanksgiving, filmmaker Laura Poitras received a blandly chipper text signaling the end of her time with the media organization she co-founded and which she now says has betrayed its mission.“Hope all is well and you remain safe,” Drew Wilson, the chief financial officer of First Look Media, wrote to Poitras. “Do you have a few minutes tomorrow to catch up?”In their phone call the next day, Poitras says, she was fired — and she says it was in retaliation for about the organization’s failure to protect a source who is now serving five years in prison for leaking...

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Sarah Ellison
Jan 14
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What happened to Maria Bartiromo?

What happened to Maria Bartiromo?

ADMaria Bartiromo is the solo host of more than 16 hours of television every week on sister networks Fox News and Fox Business. It’s a number unmatched by nearly everyone in her profession, and in the hours she isn’t broadcasting, she is almost always preparing for the next time she’ll be on air.On a Sunday morning in late November, she was gearing up for another packed week, but the particular hour in front of her was much more significant than usual.Nearly four weeks after the election, the president of the United States had granted his first interview since a defeat he refused to accept...

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Sarah Ellison
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Fox News eyes a future with no White House fandom

Fox News eyes a future with no White House fandom

Spend a couple hours with Fox News on a typical weeknight, and you may come to see the potential election of Joe Biden as a cataclysm in the making.Prime-time host Laura Ingraham recently warned her viewers of the "Bolsheviks and billionaires" she said were propelling his candidacy. Frequent contributor Dan Bongino called Biden's campaign "the biggest con job in presidential election history." Last week, Sean Hannity sent a camera crew to stake out Biden's house to demand answers about the alleged contents of his son's laptop. Even the network's senior political analyst, Brit Hume, has...

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Jeremy Barr
Oct 29
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