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New York Times executives Dean Baquet, left,  and Arthur O. Sulzberger, answer student questions on Friday, August 1, 2014, in the Hynes Convention Center during the National Association of Black Journalists Convention in Boston, Mass. (Aisha McCullough / NABJ Monitor)

NYT Execs Talk Tech in Q&A With Monitor

New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet and Publisher Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr. stopped by the NABJ Monitor newsroom Friday to discuss the current state of journalism, providing insight on what it takes to remain relevant in today’s digitally focused landscape.


Print Continues Lean to Digital

By WILBORN P. NOBLES, III NABJ Monitor The New York Times recently reported a large financial investment in its digital sales strategy, showing the company’s hustle to increase its tech focus. “We saw continued...

(Left to Right) Bomani Jones, Nischelle Turner, Rick Mahorn, Ken Shropshire, and Michael Wilbon spoke on a panel about whether professional sports have a plantation mentality at the session "Sports: Promised Land or Just Another Plantation?" on Thursday July 31st, 2014 at the National Association of Black Journalists Convention in the Hynes Convention Center. (Monica Herndon/NABJMonitor)

Panelists Debrief Race, Sports

By SEAN HURD NABJ Monitor If former NBA big man Rick Mahorn were a player in the league today, he would have boycotted games because of racially charged comments made by Los Angeles Clippers...