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CHIEF EDITOR OF THE NEW YORK TIMES FIRED FOR REPORTING FROM THE SLAVAYNSK

Author: Viking от 24.05.2014, 14:55
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 http://zavtra.ru/content/view/glavreda-new-york-times-uvolili-za-reportazh-iz-slavyanska/

Editor in chief of The New York Times Jill Abramson has paid his prestigious position for excessive independence and refusal to follow the ” corporate standards .”
 

Sixtieth Abramson , who served as chief editor since 2011 , was replaced by 57 -year-old African American Dean Bucket, former editor of Los Angeles Times. It is reported «Politico». In the published material of journalists who spent a few days with the pro-Russian militia , said that none of them are Russian citizens. Militias themselves to a greater extent are local residents , some of whom – former military Ukrainian and Soviet armies . Jill Abramson has a reputation as an aggressive and stubborn leader. ” Abramson took arbitrary decisions without consulting with colleagues and not wanting to build a productive relationship with me .Eventually I came to the conclusion that she finally lost the support of colleagues , “- said television publisher The New York Times Arthur Sulzberger Jr. .

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jill_Abramson

On May 14, 2014, it was announced that Abramson had been fired from her position as Executive Editor of theTimes, and that Dean Baquet would succeed her in that role

 

 

 


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