Behind the Times: Inside the New New York Times

Behind the Times: Inside the New New York Times

Edwin Diamond


An incisive exam of the world's Most worthy paper, Behind the Times tells the tale of fixing Timesian values and of a brand new period for the paper—a story of editorial struggles, big name columnists and critics, institutional vainness, and the political and cultural favorites of the Times' vendors and editors. Taking the reader contained in the Times' newsrooms and govt places of work, Diamond bargains a professional, insider's appraisal of ways the Times and its editors proceed to form insurance of significant public occasions for over 1000000 readers. Diamond is going behind the curtain to recount the paper's fresh and masses heralded plan to win greater audiences and carry directly to its dominant place within the new media panorama of famous person journalism and hundred-channel television.

"Edwin Diamond's Behind the Times units the Paper of checklist straight—a interesting examine the folk and regulations, the dissension and debate in the back of the doubtless serene masthead of the New York Times. No newsroom is a backyard of Eden, and merely the infrequent reporter wears a halo: the Times, no longer strangely, is a less than excellent position. yet Edwin Diamond is cautious to notice the triumph in addition to the turmoil at this nice American newspaper. the result's a window at the altering international of journalism today."—Dan Rather

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