Reality-based editors

Matthew Hoy
By Matthew Hoy on October 28, 2008

New York Times editor Bill Keller, apparently oblivious to the problems facing the newspaper industry, thinks the Times is doing just great.

My confidence in The Times rests on the obvious, overwhelming, growing demand for what we do.

Good. Because that demand sure isn't reflected in your stock price.

And it's not reflected in the latest circulation numbers. (Sunday; Daily)

Sunday paid circulation: THE NEW YORK TIMES -- 1,438,585 -- (-4.12%)

Daily paid circulation: NEW YORK TIMES -- 1,000,665 -- (-3.58%)

But everything is unicorns and rainbows at the Times.

Denial isn't just a river in Egypt.

0 comments on “Reality-based editors”

  1. The NY Times, with its army of hacks, oops journalists, didn't find the Barack "break free of the essential constraints placed by the Founding Fathers on our Constitution" Obama recording. That's because they were looking in the wrong place, Alaska. The Times has come up with nothing this whole election season. Why should I pay good money for the Times' investigative reporting, an oxymoron if there ever was one?

  2. With Keller's astute editorship and management skills, it is no wonder that the Slimes is stock price is falling ever faster into single digits. Must be all that "obvious, overwhelming, growing demand for what we do". No wonder the Slimes is in the tank for Saint Obama - they are delusional, and live in a bubble.

  3. Along with the NY Times hacks, you also have the most illuminati liberals and their so-called "investigative" reporters! And Keller thinks they're doing just fine. What an idiot! He needs a reality check!

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