By: E&P Staff
In today’s links, a Russian paper thinks of closing after three journalists are killed in 6 years, Eric Alterman thinks the Times should keep on the “conservative beat,” and the Times reportedly is trying to rent more of its new office building to fix its finances.
— As journalists die, Russia’s Novaya Gazeta faces a grim future. (Wall Street Journal)
— Eric Alterman: Word at the New York Times is that now that the right-wingers appear to have played themselves out, the paper will probably fold its coverage of them into its larger political coverage. That would be a pity. (The Nation)
— Seth Mnookin: New York Times columnist Murray Chass reaches new lows. (SethMnookin.com)
— New York Times can’t afford to move many of its staffers into its glitzy new Eighth Avenue headquarters. (New York Post)
— David Geffen is now focusing in on making a successful bid for the L.A. Times. (Wall Street Journal)
— Andrew Bielak: Newsosaur sparks a news desk debate. (CJR Daily)