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There’s probably no good way to learn that your employer wants you to do the same amount of work for less money. But the manner in which the editorial staff of the Boston Globe made this discovery was especially awkward.
How a proposed pay cut surprised the Globe newsroom — and why it might actually happen
| July 09, 2008
New Times editor, Ben Dover
This is the disgraceful hiring of a political operative, not a journalist.
Kristol’s op-ed addition marks a sellout to the neocon cabal
PHILLIPE AND JORGE
| January 16, 2008
The Journal wants it both ways on scrutiny of the media
There was a bit of unintended irony in the Providence Journal ’s publication Monday of Sydney Schanberg’s spot-on op-ed piece about Rupert Murdoch.
As the ProJo turns
| August 15, 2007
“Assassination-conspiracy theorist” is a relatively recent addition to Paul Kuntzler’s résumé. Watch Paul Kuntzler on the JFK assassination
Gay-rights crusader Paul Kuntzler turns a sharp mind for detail to the JFK assassination
| January 11, 2007
Part internal-affairs cop, part complaint department, American news ombudsmen are truly a unique breed.
Once the most thankless job in journalism, the lowly ombudsman is now poised to be a star
| June 19, 2006
Like anyone who works a specific beat — sportswriters and political writers come to mind — media critics acquire lots of impressions, opinions, and stray observations that never actually make it into print, and yet they are worth musing over.
Sometimes a media critic just wants to herd a few cats
| May 03, 2006
Young Sulzberger prepares to go West
Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, who has built a promising foundation for his journalistic career during almost two years as a reporter at the Providence Journal , plans to leave the paper later this month to take a job at the Oregonian .
As the ProJo Turns
| April 07, 2006
The prince and the paper
When a young Providence Journal reporter was poised to reveal the all-male membership of the Narragansett Lions Club last year, it didn’t sit well with at least one member.
Quietly building his journalistic credentials in Rhode Island, 25-year-old Arthur Gregg Sulzberger could one day vie for the top job at the New York Times
| February 02, 2006
As the ProJo Turns
The Providence Journal rolled into 2006 in dramatic form.
Is the staffing glass half-full or half-empty?
| January 18, 2006
The Gray Lady in shadow
Fearful that his presidency could be swept into the same historical dustbin as Richard Nixon’s, an unrepentant President George W. Bush seems intent on prosecuting the sources who leaked to the New York Times the details of his administration’s warra
Could publication of the domestic-spying story lead to indictment of the New York Times ?
| January 17, 2006
There were more lumps of coal than holiday cheer at 135 Morrissey Boulevard this Christmas season.
The Boston Globe is going through its biggest shake-up in 30 years. What will it mean for the paper, the editor, the remaining staff, and the city itself?
| January 14, 2006
Dodgers win the Series! Bird plays H.O.R.S.E.! Congressman Canseco! We have seen the future of sports (and its name is Tony Graffanino).
Our 2006 predictions for New England's teams
| January 06, 2006
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