It’s not easy to be a woman leader in journalism today.
“It’s possible we over-Dershed,” another Times journalist admitted.
“The oligarchy emerging on Pennsylvania Avenue today is something not seen before.”
Jill Abramson is back in the news. The ousted Times editor plans a media startup that would pay writers a whopping $100,000 for longform journalism pieces.
“She was reading the New York Times before she could transfer to a bottle,”Gail Sheehy said of Jill Abramson, at the July 15 reception she hosted at her Manhattan duplex for the former executive editor of The New York Times.
Simon Greer’s sharp elbows got him fired from the Nathan Cummings Foundation, like Jill Abramson. Jay Michaelson explains why this #pushy battle means so much more.
The meltdown at The New York Times has caused schadenfreude among the chattering classes. Jane Eisner suggests what the Jewish world can learn from Jill Abramson’s drama.
New York Times Co Chairman and Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. said he tried to part ways peacefully with the top leader of the newsroom, Jill Abramson, whom he ousted last week.
With the debate about the supposed role of sexism in Jill Abramson’s firing from The New York Times, Elissa Strauss looks at one place where gender discrimination definitely exists: the op-ed page.
The conversation surrounding the dismissal of New York Times editor Jill Abramson is about how she was punished for ‘acting like a man.’ We need to stop saying that.