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Voices on the left are rising in the US. Why aren’t they in mainstream media? - Columbia Journalism Review
“We need movement builders, not people who can dunk on Twitter. But our current institutions are structured for people who can dunk on Twitter,” he said.
nytimes  nytopinion  politics 
6 weeks ago by tysone
Andrew Sullivan: Is This the Beginning of Trump’s End?
But tribalism and the “social justice” movement mean the Times will be fighting a long uphill battle. Because it’s not only some PC journalists at the Times who want to shut down debate that makes them uncomfortable or “harms” people, it’s the readers. More and more, they want a Times that is not an institution devoted to dangerously free debate, but one that is enlisted in the eternal struggle against “patriarchy” and “white supremacy,” an opinion section that belongs to one tribe and one tribe alone, a paper that gives no quarter to Republicans, reflexively defends any Democrat, and preens with contempt for neoliberals.
nytimes  opinion 
march 2018 by tysone
The Opinionator | Jason Linkins
All this adds up to the sort of categorical disaster that a good editor and steward of the most important opinion page in American letters should be capable of staving off. Fortunately for Brooks, he doesn’t have such an editor. He has James Bennet, a man whom former Times op-ed veteran Leah Finnegan has described (speaking of reality television) as “the Spencer Pratt of opinion journalism.” “This guy loves to troll, and position his writers as martyrs for their bad opinions,” writes Finnegan. “He also seems kinda bad at the basics of his job (writing and making sure facts are correct).”
nytimes  criticism  opinion 
january 2018 by tysone
Fascinating 1942 photos show the making of the New York Times, step by step
In September 1942, Office of War Information photographer Marjory Collins paid a visit to the offices of the New York Times, located at the iconic One Times Square and an annex on 43rd Street.
nytimes  history  photography 
may 2017 by tysone
Meet the Machinists Who Keep the New York Times Running - YouTube
As the world’s largest technology manufacturers increasingly move toward creating products that are designed to be difficult or impossible to repair, Motherboard has started looking toward the margins of tech to find the people keeping older machines alive and running.
newspaper  nytimes  video  printing_press 
january 2017 by tysone
Farewell - ETAOIN SHRDLU - 1978 on Vimeo
A film created by Carl Schlesinger and David Loeb Weiss documenting the last day of hot metal typesetting at The New York Times. This film shows the entire newspaper production process from hot-metal typesetting to creating stereo moulds to high-speed press operation. At the end of the film, the new typesetting and photographic production process is shown in contrast to the old ways.
There are interviews with workers at NYT that are for and against the new technology. In fact, one typesetter is retiring on this final day as he does not want to learn the new process and technology.
This is the first time the film has ever been available in HD from the original 16mm master film.
nytimes  history  linotype  documentary 
january 2016 by tysone
Best practices for reaching a Millennial audience
The long-term viability of media companies today depends on understanding Millennials — a massive, influential demographic that grew up connected to the Internet, social platforms, and smart devices.
me  journalism  nytimes  millennials 
october 2015 by tysone
Is The Washington Post closing in on the Times? | Capital New York
Or it could be that Jeff Bezos buys into the same growth-at-all-costs belief as Buzzfeed, Vox and Vice. Just as the Times has paid more attention to those companies than to the Post, maybe the Post watches them more closely than it watches the Times. That, too, would make a lot of sense. They share the build-it-and they-will-come attitude that Amazon literally wrote the book on.
nytimes  washingtonpost  prediction 
august 2015 by tysone
9/11 — Best of News Design
Best of Show and Gold Winners from the 23rd Edition
9/11  nytimes 
april 2015 by tysone
Archie Markup Language (ArchieML)
ArchieML (or "AML") was created at The New York Times to make it easier to write and edit structured text on deadline that could be rendered in web pages, or more specifically, rendered in interactive graphics.
javascript  nytimes  totea 
march 2015 by tysone
David Carr (1956-2015) - Jack Shafer - POLITICO Magazine
In a business over-populated with characters, Carr projected an original persona that was one part shambling hipster, one part Tom Waits, a pinch of Jimmy Breslin, and a dollop of the Mad Hatter. A master interrogator, he used his guise the way an anglerfish uses the wriggling growth on its head to attract and then devour other fish.

Read more: http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2015/02/david-carr-1956-2015-115183.html#ixzz3RfUgwiKh
david_carr  nytimes 
february 2015 by tysone
A Walk Through the Gallery - NYTimes.com
On February 10, New Yorkers got their last chance to see the Museum of Modern Art's "Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs," a show that gathered about 100 of the artist's painted-paper works — the largest and most extensive presentation of these works ever assembled. The exhibition set out from the 1930s, covering work Matisse started producing toward the end of his life. Didn't make it to the museum? Here is the wall-to-wall experience.
art  nytimes  moma  interactive 
february 2015 by tysone
Media People: Dean Baquet, The New York Times - Media Features - Media - WWD.com
We’re trying to make significant changes in the digital life of The New York Times. We’re bringing in people in senior jobs who are unlike other people we’ve ever had in senior jobs. We’re trying to create different kinds of ways to read the news.
nytimes  baquet 
december 2014 by tysone
New NYT 'Watching' feature 'embraces stream mentality' | Media news
Breaking and developing news, multimedia, and stories from around the web all feature in the new addition to NYTimes.com
nytimes  me  watching 
september 2014 by tysone
Watching what happens: The New York Times is making a front-page bet on real-time aggregation » Nieman Journalism Lab
A new homepage feature called “Watching” offers readers a feed of headlines, tweets, and multimedia from around the web.
nytimes  me  watching 
september 2014 by tysone
The 60-second interview: Derek Willis, reporter, the Times' The Upshot | Capital New York
I've spent much of the past decade helping to build websites for news organizations, so I'm also trying to bring some of that experience to my new gig and push us to take better advantage of the opportunities the web provides. The Upshot gives us a great chance to really work in a way that embraces the web in terms of workflow and our product; we should take advantage of it.
derek_willis  nytimes  upshot 
august 2014 by tysone
At Front Lines, Bearing Witness in Real Time - NYTimes.com
Geopolitics and the ubiquity of social media have made the world a smaller, seemingly gorier place. If Vietnam brought war into the living room, the last few weeks have put it at our fingertips.
nytimes  war  photojournalism 
july 2014 by tysone
At Front Lines, Bearing Witness in Real Time - NYTimes.com
Geopolitics and the ubiquity of social media have made the world a smaller, seemingly gorier place. If Vietnam brought war into the living room, the last few weeks have put it at our fingertips.
nytimes  war  photojournalism 
july 2014 by tysone
Far Beyond Snow Fall — The Message — Medium
When we explore new ground (or re-explore old ground, forgotten ground) in new mediums, we often find it necessary to swing the design and interaction pendulum to the baroque side of the scale. We do this to see what “too much” feels like in order to understand the edges of “enough.” We saw this happen with iPad “magazines.” We saw this happen with “Snow Fall.” “Snow Fall” was less about what felt natural in a web browser or what was best for the story, and more about what was maximally possible in a web browser. The experiment just happened to be attached to an article.
nytimes  design  news_design 
may 2014 by tysone
Jill Abramson's ouster shows women that we still must be more than good | Emily Bell | Opinion | The Guardian
Jill Abramson mattered at the New York Times not just because she was good at her job, or because she was apparently good for women at her job, but because she seeming didn't have to stop being Jill Abramson to be there.
nytimes  jill_abramson 
may 2014 by tysone
Times photo staffer's invention: the streaming backpack | Capital New York
Here's how it works: A photographer, in many cases Haner, will shoot an event as usual, but this time will record an audio tag describing the images they're shooting as they work, all the while automatically feeding these photographs to the proprietary software.
nytimes  nytint  josh_haner  photography 
may 2014 by tysone
The Lives They Loved 2013 - NYTimes.com
As part of the magazine's annual The Lives They Lived issue we invited readers to contribute a photograph and a story of someone close to them who died this year.
nytimes  projects 
january 2014 by tysone
The Lives They Lived 2013 - NYTimes.com
The magazine’s annual celebration of public and private lives, and of the moments — intimate, historic, unexpected — that shaped them.
nytimes  projects 
january 2014 by tysone
With gay marriage sure to spark emotional responses, The Washington Post and New York Times try structuring comments » Nieman Journalism Lab
As news organizations try to figure out better ways to benefit from their audiences — ways that go beyond an unstructured “What do you think?” — these efforts from the Post and the Times are welcome. Big stories that generate big emotion deserve custom treatment if you want to get the most of your readers. Comments are just another kind of content, and as content becomes more intelligently structured, comments should follow suit.
nytimes  nytint  me 
june 2013 by tysone
Everyone Secretly Hates “Snow Fall” | The Awl
It's a shame that the Snow Fall model eclipsed the Nate Silver model in the imagination of the "future of journalism" crowd.
snowfall  nytimes  nytcriticism 
may 2013 by tysone
Jill Abramson and the wholly sexist narrative of the woman in power | Emily Bell | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk
The souls of the New York Times who found themselves describing Abramson's shortcomings in terms of her manner and mood should be sentenced to read Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In as punishment.
nytimes  nytcriticism  jill_abramson 
april 2013 by tysone
TimeSpace - The New York Times
timeSpace is a new initiative from The New York Times that brings entrepreneurs to our headquarters to refine and grow their businesses.
nytimes  projects 
march 2013 by tysone
New York Times Launches Blog for Under-Represented 'Boomer' Demographic
As you can already see, Booming "won't be a nostalgic trip back to 1965." Nor will it be "one big Springsteen concert" (that's what the op-ed page is for). Booming bloggers "will not debate whether Barack Obama (born 1961) is a boomer if he texts with his thumbs" (never say never, Michael! This blogging business is tricky).
nytimes  nytcriticism 
september 2012 by tysone
At the National Conventions, the Words They Used - Interactive Feature - NYTimes.com
A comparison of how often speakers at the two presidential nominating conventions used different words and phrases, based on an analysis of transcripts from the Federal News Service.
politics  nytgfx  nytimes 
september 2012 by tysone
Hear, All Ye People; Hearken, O Earth - NYTimes.com
Here is my confession. My quiz wasn’t really a test of the optimism or pessimism of the reader. There was a hidden agenda. It was a test of the effect of fonts on truth. Or to be precise, the effect on credulity. Are there certain fonts that compel a belief that the sentences they are written in are true?
forsnd  design  typography  errol_morris  nytimes 
august 2012 by tysone
New York Times news apps team ventures into product development with Olympics syndication | Poynter.
This isn’t the first syndication deal between two news outlets, but it represents a new step for the Times’ team of newsroom-based developers that built the system underlying it all. Not only is this the largest and most complicated project they’ve undertaken, it’s the first one created to fulfill a business goal as well as an editorial one.
nytimes  me  nytint  olympics 
august 2012 by tysone
Chili Lobster for Father’s Day - NYTimes.com
Here are a mess of lobsters for Father’s Day dinner: a pure American take on a Singaporean classic, chili crab. A fiery stew of sweet lobster and butter, hot sauce, ginger and lime, it is meant to be eaten with a fork, fingers and immense slabs of buttered toast. It tastes best when eaten outside in the throbbing heat of summer, with humidity hanging heavy in the air and the beer in the cooler so cold that it has little flecks of ice in it.
tocook  nytimes 
june 2012 by tysone
Hoping for a better NYT ombudsman | Felix Salmon
I very much hope that when the NYT appoints his replacement, it won’t plump for yet another curmudgeonly dinosaur. So far, we’ve had a series of 60-something white men with long experience of, and nostalgia for, the glory days of print journalism. It’s time for a change: it’s time for someone younger, who appreciates that the overwhelming majority of the NYT’s readers no longer read it in print, who appreciates the power of hyperlinks and social media, who will use the public editor’s blog and Twitter accounts in new and powerful ways, aggregating the vibrant conversation which is always raging about the NYT, rather than treating those tools like a regrettable and newfangled source of extra problems and extra work.
nytimes  prediction  nytcriticism 
june 2012 by tysone
Five Points About Politico's Hatchet Job On NYT and WaPo: Death Race 2012: GQ on Politics: GQ
Let's get macro for a moment. This Politico story was written by Jim VandeHei and Mike Allen, two people at the very top of the organization's masthead. It's effectively an unsigned house editorial. And it levied a charge of journalistic malpractice at two of Politico's biggest rivals. The house position of Politico, as evidenced by this piece, is that they are fair and their chief competition is not. It's a thinly disguised, fundamentally craven argument for Politico's superiority in the world of political coverage. Let's call this article for what it was. It wasn't journalism. It was business.
nytimes  politico  nytcriticism 
may 2012 by tysone
At The NYT: Clueless Blue Deer Meet Onrushing Truck | Via Meadia
For readers, this is a fascinating and revealing glimpse inside the Times bubble. I am not sure which is more disconcerting; the deeply embedded sense of blue entitlement so palpably on display or the poor political judgement that led the union brass to think that releasing this video to the public would be good PR. Either way it serves as a powerful illustration of just how fundamentally out of touch many of the people working at America’s most famous newspaper have become.
nytimes  guild  nytcriticism 
april 2012 by tysone
Instagram is "worth" more than the New York Times | Hacker News
A glass of water can be worth more than the New York Times if Zuckerberg is lost in the desert and you happen to have water. It can be worth even more if Larry Page is dying of thirst at the same time and starts a bidding war.
nytimes  prediction  hn 
april 2012 by tysone
Worth a Thousand Words: Inside the 'NYT' Graphics Department
Words are not enough—but in some ways, they're more important than ever. That's the main takeaway from this Gestalten TV profile of the graphics department at The New York Times.
nytgfx  nytimes  design  data  visualization  forsnd 
april 2012 by tysone
Why The New York Times Will Disappear As We Know It By 2015
Why The New York Times is facing an imminent crisis in the next few years.
nytimes  prediction 
april 2012 by tysone
New high score: How the NYT created its “stupid game” » Nieman Journalism Lab
“I give all the credit to the guys behind Kick Ass. They’re a really excited pair of 18-year-old twins in Sweden,” Huang told me Wednesday. “I love that’s how the Internet works these days.”
nytmm  nytmag  nytimes 
april 2012 by tysone
The WaPo Ombudsman's Faulty Paywall Analysis : CJR
Nobody suggests that leaky paywalls are going to bring about a revolution in profitability. The point is to stop or slow the bleeding and to help make the transition to an all-digital future five or ten years down the line—one that includes more than one flimsy revenue stream based on volatile and not-very-lucrative digital ads.

With every passing year, there’s less and less of the Post to save.
nytimes  prediction  washingtonpost 
march 2012 by tysone
Malofiej 20 | eagereyes
Besides resources, I think that there are three reasons why The New York Times is doing so well, and none of these are insurmountable by smaller papers: editorial control, trust in their readers, and tech savvy.
nytgfx  nytimes  malofiej 
march 2012 by tysone
Santorum defends cursing at New York reporter
"If you haven't cursed out a New York Times reporter during the course of a campaign, you're not really a real Republican," Santorum said.
politics  nytimes 
march 2012 by tysone
A year into the 'Times' digital subscription program, analysts and insiders see surprising success, and more challenges to come | Capital New York
"I think nytimes.com is going to continue to grow as global news continues to grow," he said. "There's still growth to be had on the international side."
nytimes  prediction 
march 2012 by tysone
New York Health Department Restaurant Ratings Map - Interactive Map - NYTimes.com
The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene performs unannounced sanitary inspections of every restaurant at least once per year. Violation points result in a letter grade, which can be explored in the map below, along with violation descriptions.
nytgfx  nytimes  nyc 
february 2012 by tysone
Should Vanity Fair Be a Spelling Vigilante? | Blogs | Vanity Fair
Just as New York Times public editor Arthur S. Brisbane is concerned whether his newspaper is printing lies or the truth, we here at V.F. are looking for reader input on whether and when Vanity Fair should spell “words” correctly in the stories we publish.
nytimes  nytcriticism 
january 2012 by tysone
A.G. Sulzberger Writes Note to Dad Asking If He Can Come Home Yet -- Daily Intel
Nope, nothing insufferable about writing a whole article in the newspaper your family owns about how miserable you are at being forced to eat iceberg lettuce.
nytimes  sulzbergers  nytcriticism 
january 2012 by tysone
Map of How Manhattan’s Grid Grew - Interactive Map - NYTimes.com
In 1811, John Randel created a proposed street grid of Manhattan. Compare his map, along with other historic information, to modern-day Manhattan.
nytgfx  nytimes  nyc  history  maps 
january 2012 by tysone
Notable Op-Ed Art of 2011
A selection of visual highlights from the past year.
nytimes  nytopinion  illustration  forsnd 
december 2011 by tysone
The New York Times Spamming Incident Wasn't That Big a Deal - Business - The Atlantic Wire
The New York Times's Home Subscriber alert heard round the world on Wednesday is now enjoying a second, silly turn in the news cycle, mostly thanks to News Corp and Anonymous.
nytimes  nytcriticism  newscorp 
december 2011 by tysone
Subtraction.com: Subscribing to The New York Times
The total customer experience here is haphazard at best, and, at worst — I hate to say this because I am still friendly with many people at the company, but in truth there’s no way around it — it’s insulting. It shows a certain amount of disrespect to customers for a company to choose not to present a full accounting of available offers, displayed plainly and in an easy-to-compare chart, so that anyone can fully understand all of the options and decide quickly.
nytimes  khoi_vinh  nytcriticism 
december 2011 by tysone
New New York Times Plan: (Digital) World Domination | Newsonomics
Famously balkanized, with numerous power centers, the company has been both innovative and plodding. That’s an odd combo, but one fitting its prudent-above-all news culture. With one distraction removed (and now we wonder about the Boston Globe, its own pay scheme innovation underway, and how long it will remain a Times Company property), the new CEO aces a tough terrain.
nytimes  prediction  nytco 
december 2011 by tysone
Christopher Hitchens, RIP | Samizdata.net
“Every day, the New York Times carries a motto in a box on its front page. 'All the News That's Fit to Print,' it says. It's been saying it for decades, day in and day out. I imagine most readers of the canonical sheet have long ceased to notice this bannered and flaunted symbol of its mental furniture. I myself check every day to make sure that the bright, smug, pompous, idiotic claim is still there. Then I check to make sure that it still irritates me. If I can still exclaim, under my breath, why do they insult me and what do they take me for and what the hell is it supposed to mean unless it's as obviously complacent and conceited and censorious as it seems to be, then at least I know I still have a pulse. You may wish to choose a more rigorous mental workout but I credit this daily infusion of annoyance with extending my lifespan.”
hitchens  nytimes 
december 2011 by tysone
Can It Be Done? Midtown on a Budget - NYTimes.com
The best way to save money in Midtown is to spend more time downtown — advice many a New Yorker has foisted upon visiting friends. But I spend enough time in other people’s cities to know that certain zones get tagged as tourist traps for a reason: they have attractions worth seeing. Such is the case in the heart of Manhattan.
nyc  travel  nytimes 
december 2011 by tysone
Integrated Media Association - SchoolBook from WNYC and The New York Times Provides News, Data & Conversation About NYC Schools
SchoolBook is an ambitious new web offering from WNYC and The New York Times that provides news, data and conversation about New York City's schools. The site, which launched just before the start of the school year, has been lauded by members of the education establishment, parents and journalists, and provides an interesting model for other public media stations to consider.
schoolbook  wnyc  nytint  nytimes 
december 2011 by tysone
New York Times Eyes First Acquisition in Three Years to Bolster Growth - Bloomberg
“We’re into developing new revenue streams,” she said with a smile.
december 2011 by tysone
The Odds of Getting into The New York Times Wedding Section - Entertainment - The Atlantic Wire
That gay Princeton grad from Davis Polk does in fact have a better than average chance of getting his nuptials featured in the Times. So for those who fit any of the below categories, here's our little guide to your odds of getting into the section:
nytimes  weddings  ocd 
december 2011 by tysone
Behold New York's Coolest Neighborhood: 'Chumbo' - National - The Atlantic Wire
What exactly is the saddest/funniest thing about The Wall Street Journal's landmark new article "Cool Arrives in a Slice of Chinatown"? Let's try to figure that out.
chumbo  wsj  nytimes  culture 
december 2011 by tysone
Most Shared Articles on Facebook in 2011
We recently looked at the most shared articles on Facebook over the past year. The stories range from cute to thought provoking and represent the type of news people have been sharing and discovering with friends in 2011. 
facebook  nytimes  2011 
november 2011 by tysone
Talking to Jason Zinoman, the New Comedy Critic for the New York Times | Splitsider
So in the past where we’ve just covered Jerry Seinfeld or Louis CK when they’ve been on TV, I hope to cover these artists before that, when they’re doing their work in clubs or on the Internet or elsewhere. So that’s what happened, I sent a memo and then we had some meetings and a few conversations about how to do this and it happened pretty quickly. I think there’s been a lot of discussion about this and I think it’s actually a weird thing that more big newspapers don’t have a more regular comedy critic.
nytimes  comedy  arts 
november 2011 by tysone
The Evolving Neighborhoods Along the Marathon - Interactive Map - NYTimes.com
The New York City Marathon course has changed little since it first wound its way through all five boroughs in 1976. But the neighborhoods along the route have seen significant change: they are mostly richer and the ethnic makeup of many of them has shifted.
nytgfx  nytimes  data  census  nyc  visualization 
november 2011 by tysone
At the Metropolitan Museum, a New Wing, a New Vista - Interactive Feature - NYTimes.com
On Tuesday, after eight years of renovation, the Metropolitan Museum of Art will open its new Islamic wing — the Galleries for the Art of the Arab Lands, Turkey, Iran, Central Asia and Later South Asia. Below, a tour of some of the collection’s highlights, including smaller images of artworks from other parts of the world, made at the same time.
nytimes  nytgfx  nytmm  art  nyc 
october 2011 by tysone
The Keys to Victory for Obama in the 2012 Election - Interactive Graphic - NYTimes.com
Some Democrats believe Ohio may no longer be crucial to a 2012 election victory. Instead, states like Colorado and Virginia, with more highly educated voters, may be the Democrats’ must-win states.
nytimes  nytgfx  politics  data 
october 2011 by tysone
WSJ, NYT Wikileaks Knockoffs Stuck in Neutral - Forbes
"Considering all the in-house developer talent the Times has at its disposal, that’s a pretty good sign of low priority."
nytimes  wikileaks 
october 2011 by tysone
Where Were You on Sept. 11, 2001? - NYTimes.com
More than 38,000 readers posted a comment. Browse and filter by common words or location.
nytimes  nytint  projects  from delicious
september 2011 by tysone
Refreshing the Paper of Record | The New York Observer
Fiona Spruill was on the subway headed to work from her apartment on the Upper West Side when the first plane went in. Web production for The New York Times was her first job after graduating from Duke and she, then 24, had recently been promoted to digital news editor.
nytimes  9/11  from delicious
september 2011 by tysone
New York Times & WNYC Launch SchoolBook to Foster Education Community
“In conversations with parents, principals and teachers, we kept hearing how fragmented the conversation was,” said Tyson Evans, an assistant editor on The Times‘s interactive news desk who helped develop the project. “We’re hoping they’ll see this as kind of a place to explore.”
nytimes  wnyc  schoolbook  me  from delicious
september 2011 by tysone
Allergy | News | The Harvard Crimson
Jill Abramson vamps madly in her part as the inane and brainless ingenue, but her squeaky voice, exaggerated walk, and batting eyes quickly become tiresome
harvard  jill_abramson  nytimes  from delicious
september 2011 by tysone
Celebrating The Times Magazine's Most Iconic Images
When you work for a magazine that produces 52 issues a year, there is not a lot of time for reflecting on the past. But that's exactly what Kathy Ryan, the longtime photo editor of The New York Times Magazine, was asked to do for The New York Times Magazine Photographs, a revealing new book to be published by Aperture this October.
nytmag  nytphoto  nytimes  photography  photojournalism  forsnd  from delicious
september 2011 by tysone
Ground Zero Now - Interactive Feature - NYTimes.com
New office towers are rising on the site, which also serves as a memorial and a transportation hub.
nytimes  nytgfx  9/11  from delicious
august 2011 by tysone
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