Here are the latest posts about New York Times on Writers Write:
New York Times Dumps Comics and Mass Market Paperback Bestseller Lists (2017-01-31): Publishers and authors were shocked to learn that the New York Times is dropping a number of its bestseller lists, including comics and mass market paperbacks.
New York Times to Lay Off Staff, Reduce Number of Freelancers (2014-10-01): The New York Times will eliminate 100 newsroom jobs. It will also cut editorial and business positions and reduce spending on freelancers.
NY Times and WSJ Suspend Paywall for Duration of Hurricane Sandy (2012-10-28): Poynter is reporting that The New York Times has confirmed that it is lifting its paywall this afternoon due to Hurricane Sandy.
San Francisco Chronicle May Be Next Paper to Charge for Online Content (2011-04-05): The Bay Citizen is reporting that Heart Corporation is considering implemtning a paywall for sfgate.
U.S. Media Running Afoul of British Libel Laws (2009-11-12): Libel laws are much stricter in Great Britain than they are in the U.
AdAge Says Media Work Force Has Sunk to 15-Year Low (2008-02-18): AdAge has a grim article that says the media work force has shrunk to a 15-year low.
New York Times Breaks Potter Book Review Embargo (2007-07-19): J.
New York Times Writers Unhappy About Reuse of Work Without Payment (2006-07-10): The New York Times is about to publish its Practical Guide to Practically Everything (St.
Judy Miller Leaves The New York Times (2005-11-11): Reporter Judith Miller has agreed to leave The New York Times, according to an article in the paper.
Journalists Blast New York Times' Coverage of Plamegate (2005-10-17): The L.
The New York Times Locks Some Content Behind Pay Wall (2005-09-19): In a letter from the Editor, The New York Times online has announced a new subscription service called TimesSelect which launches today.
Tierney Named to Take Safire's Spot (2005-03-01): The New York Times has finally filled the gaping hole in its editorial space because of the departure of William Safire.
Rush Limbaugh: New York Times or Bust (2004-11-30): The imminent departure of conservative New York Times columnist William Safire has the intelligentsia in a lather about who will land the plum assignment of countering everything that Maureen Dowd has to say.
William Safire Lays Down His Pen (2004-11-15): Well, perhaps that's a bit overdramatic.