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66. Arthur Sulzberger and the New York Times (May 2009)

66. Arthur Sulzberger and the New York Times (May 2009)

Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr. is a fourth generation New York Times publisher. After being hung out to dry in the New Yorker, Sulzberger made a promise to himself that he would never speak to writers again, but that did not stop Mark Bowden of Vanity Fair from doing an extensive expose on the man, drawing on interviews from friends and co-workers to flesh out the story of the man who is standing between his families dynasty and utter collapse.

As we’ve made our way through this story, we’ve heard from a lot of publishers, editors and reporters but we haven’t seen what what the day to day is like when the industry that you’ve given your life to starts to collapse in on itself. Take some time to read this article and start to see for yourself.

For some context, this video is from July 3rd 2009 and is, up until this point, the newest clip we have presented.

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