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A multipart interview with WikiLeaks Editor Julian Assange focusing on his experience working with the New York Times. Produced for NYT eXaminer (NYTX).
In this segment NYTX Editor Chris Spannos asks Julian to respond to attacks on his personal profile by Bill Keller and others from the New York Times. Julian also responds to questions about the institutional differences between WikiLeaks and the Times.
Length: 11 min. 55 sec.
Articles referenced in this segment, including related supplementary pieces for this series by Howard Friel, are linked below:
- Bill Keller: “Dealing With Assange and the WikiLeaks Secrets”
- Howard Friel: Bill Keller’s Exit (Part I)
- Howard Friel: Bill Keller (Part II) On WikiLeaks and Julian Assange
- John F. Burns and Ravi Somaiya: “WikiLeaks Founder on the Run, Trailed by Notoriety”
About this series:
NYTX Editor Chris Spannos interviewed Julian Assange on September 26, 2011. Interview segments have been released through the months of October, November, December, and January 2012.
Within the entirety of our interview Julian talks about partnering with the Times to release the Afghan and Iraq War Logs, the Times treatment of Cablegate, Bradley Manning, the Pentagon Papers, WikiLeaks, and much more. The complete interview ran approximately 90 minutes.
See part one of our interview with Julian Assange here:
See part two here:
Part three here:
NYT eXaminer: nytexaminer.com
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