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Does Anyone Care About Newspaper Ombudsmen? - Jack Shafer, Reuters
If only the Post could have cloned Daniel Okrent. The New York Times appointed Okrent as its first ombudsman (d.b.a. “the public editor”) in 2003 and installed him in the ombudsman position. Okrent produced a stream of Times columns so independent, thoughtful and incandescent that the only way to contain their unremitting brilliance was to seal them forever between hardcovers.
march 2013 by jrick

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