‘NYT’ Predictably Comes Under Attack for Reporting Israel Targeted Journalists in Gaza

November 28, 2012   ·   0 Comments

By Adam Horowitz: New York Times media reporter (and erstwhile movie star) David Carr is being criticized by Israel supporters for his column yesterday claiming Israel intentionally targeted journalists during its recent ...

Newsmakers Trade Access For Quotation Approval

Renee Montagne talks to David Carr, the media and culture columnist for The New York Times, about the trend toward journalists agreeing to quotation approval as a condition of access. Carr says he doesn't think the people who are making history should be allowed to rewrite it.

NYT Public Ed Calls for Quote Approval Policy

By Dylan Byers: “Quote approval” has been an oft-discussed topic in the trade since the New York Times first informed the public that the presidential campaigns wield final ...

Journalists vs. Curators

By Ann Friedman: As David Carr of The New York Times put it at South By Southwest this year, “We’re all in the same business in a way. Ours is supported by ads; theirs is supported by borrowing content from elsewhere. Both of them seem like fairly tenuous business models.”

The Two David Carrs

By Michael Massing: Since joining The New York Times in 2002, David Carr has become America’s most visible and influential writer on the media.