Report: New York Times Loses It; Says No Editor, Oversight Needed

The New York Times decided to eliminate the newspaper’s public editor position because the outlet believes it has “outgrown” need of the internal oversight, publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. informed employees in a company memo Wednesday. Liz Spayd, the publication’s sixth and final public editor, is set to depart Friday from The Times when her position expires,…

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