New York Times publisher A.G. Sulzberger: 'Our industry needs to think bigger'

Sulzberger will deliver the 2024 Reuters Memorial Lecture. In this exclusive interview, he discusses his role in shaping the paper and preserving its values.


On March 4, Arthur Gregg Sulzberger will be in Oxford to deliver the 2024 Reuters Memorial Lecture, the main event the Reuters Institute hosts every year. He’ll follow in the footsteps of distinguished speakers such as Carlos F. ChamorroAlessandra GalloniPatrícia Campos MelloRebecca CorbettSiddharth VaradarajanMarty BaronMelissa Bell and his own father, who delivered the lecture in 2008. 

I recently spoke to Sulzberger in an hour-long video call, and asked him a couple of follow-up questions by email. This piece, based on that interview, focuses on three main themes: his career, his company’s business and his newspaper’s editorial values. Our conversation has been lightly edited for clarity and length.

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