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Cambios en THE WASHINGTON POST: “the most important newspapers in the country are controlled by families, not conglomerates”

Enviado por en noviembre 19, 2012 – 14:20 pm

David Carr

(NYT)-At 11:45 a.m. last Tuesday, the editorial staff of The Washington Post was summoned on short notice to an announcement on the fifth floor of its building to hear something they already knew — that Marcus Brauchli would be leaving after four years as executive editor. After Mr. Brauchli spoke, Katharine Weymouth, the newspaper’s publisher, told employees that he would be replaced by Marty Baron, the editor of The Boston Globe… It is no coincidence that the vast majority of the most important newspapers in the country are controlled by families, not conglomerates, and that comes with advantages and drawbacks. While Ms. Weymouth got her job because of who she is, a Graham, people expect her to find a way to make it work, against tall odds, for the same reason.  (MORE…)

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