The Barclays Center’s Media Enabler

November 8, 2012   ·   0 Comments

By Norman Oder: From the start, the New York Times was reluctant to challenge Brooklyn’s new arena.

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The New York Times Union Contemplates a Collective Chant in the Lobby — or a Public Demo

By Cynthia Cotts: Just before noon Monday, a stream of about 200 New York Times staffers left the company’s headquarters at 620 Eighth Avenue, heading for the local hotel workers union a few blocks north. A meeting was set for noon to inform Times union members about the status of ongoing contract negotiations and to send a message to Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr.

Redesign Your Cause: Nicholas D. Kristof

Nicholas Kristof Didn’t Join Colleagues To Back NYT Overseas Employees in Union Fight

By Mike Elk: Yesterday, two-time Pulitzer-Prize-winning New York Times columnist Nicholas D. Kristof penned an op-ed titled “Students Over Unions” bashing the Chicago Teachers Union's current strike.

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New York Times Guild Resume Talks With Management Over Contract

By Armando Tamayo: The New York Times union resumed talks with management early this week to briefly end the stalemate between the two parties over the ...

New York Times Contract Talks Stall Over Pension, Bonuses, Print Versus Digital Terms

By Katherine Fung: Contract negotiations at the New York Times started up again on Monday, and staffers are reportedly “fuming” over the management’s proposed terms. New York ...

Robert Stolarik

Robert Stolarik, New York Times Photographer, Gets Equipment Back After Alleged Assault By NYPD

By Huffington Post: Robert Stolarik — the New York Times photographer who was allegedly assaulted by the NYPD — recently got his equipment back. Stolarik was arrested earlier ...

Robert Stolarik

Times Photographer Roughed Up by NYPD Just Wants His Stuff Back

By Joe Coscarelli: Robert Stolarik, a photographer for the New York Times since 2000, has covered conflict zones, natural disasters, and protests for the paper, so he knows ...

Robert Stolarik, New York Times Photographer, Arrested After Alleged Assault By NYPD

By Huffington Post: Robert Stolarik, a freelance photographer for the New York Times, was arrested on Saturday night after an alleged assault by the NYPD. The conflict arose ...

This is the way the Williamsburg ends

In Which The New York Times Explains How to Get to Williamsburg to Manhattanites, and Uses a Hashtag In a Sentence Unironically

By Foster Kamer: Williamsburg has always—somehow—remained an elusive, fleeting place (let alone: idea) for the thinktank at the Styles section of the New York Times. It’s so ...

Lorena Escalera

Carmen Carrera and Janet Mock on Lorena Escalera, Media Justice, and ‘Utmost Fabulosity’

By Emerson Whitney: A wildly insensitive New York Times article on the life and death of trans artist and drag performer Lorena Escalera flared tensions between the gender-variant community ...

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