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Press Release: C.I.A Releases Emails on NYT/WikiLeaks to NYT eXaminer

July 14, 2014   ·   0 Comments

We requested copies of any records for the three month period of November 1, 2010 through January 31, 2011 regarding communication the C.I.A had with New York Times' Bill Keller...

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Important Note: NYT eXaminer Will Carry On

Dear Reader, After many months of uncertainty about NYT eXaminer’s continued existence, we have made the exciting decision to continue publishing. Our decision comes after an outpouring ...

PETITION: New York Times, Tell Obama that War on Syria Crosses ‘Red Line’ Set by U.S. Constitution

Two dozen experts in International Law, Media & U.S. Foreign Policy, including Noam Chomsky, Norman Solomon, and Phyllis Bennis  petition the New York Times. Join the ...

Urge NYT Public Editor to Investigate Biased Reporting on Venezuela & Honduras

Support this petition signed by Noam Chomsky, Mark Weisbrot and many others urging the New York Times' Public Editor...

Press Release: Global Intelligence Files Reveal Unethical Record Between Stratfor & The New York Times

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Chris Spannos; press@nytexaminer.com New York, August 24, 2012 — NYT eXaminer (NYTX) today published a report documenting the New York Times’ fourteen year relationship with the ...

Press Release: Media Advocacy Group Files FOIA Request For Records About New York Times & WikiLeaks

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Chris Spannos ; press@nytexaminer.com ; 508-566-6380 New York, January 10 -- NYT eXaminer (NYTX) today asked the Obama administration to make public records ...

Unspinning Occupy Wall Street: Mainstream Media & the 99%

Join NYT eXaminer to look at one of the biggest stories of 2011—your story. A public discussion about mainstream media’s representation of OWS and lessons for ...

For Immediate Release: Announcing NYT eXaminer – An antidote to “the paper of record”

New York October 14, 2011 – NYT eXaminer (NYTX), a media project which advocates on behalf of new editorial policies in mainstream news media, made ...