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A.G. Sulzberger

Discussion in 'Journalism topics only' started by YankeeFan, Mar 22, 2009.

  1. YankeeFan

    YankeeFan Well-Known Member

    So, he's obviously the publisher's kid, but what's his story?

    He's been at the Times a couple of weeks and while he's covered mundane things like City Hall pressers, he's also been on A1. He's got the top story on the website right now.

    A quick look around the web finds snarky articles that refer to him as a 28 year old rookie, but surely he had a job before this.

    Where was he prior to the Times, and what's the word around the building now that he's landed there -- and on A1?
  2. ReyHeath

    ReyHeath Member

    Oregonian before this. Providence Journal before that.
  3. spaceman

    spaceman Active Member

    His writing could use a little punch.
  4. Small Town Guy

    Small Town Guy Well-Known Member

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  5. YankeeFan

    YankeeFan Well-Known Member

    Today he's writing about the Yankees & it's the lead article right now on nytimes.com.

  6. Joe Williams

    Joe Williams Well-Known Member

    That's pretty typical fare for an intern, don't you think?
  7. YankeeFan

    YankeeFan Well-Known Member

    Well he's a lot more than an intern.

    But he does seem to get to write about a lot of different topics. And he gets very nice placement.
  8. Joe Williams

    Joe Williams Well-Known Member

    Yeah, as in born on third base.
  9. Stitch

    Stitch Active Member

    Off topic, but I noticed this quote from a Yankees asshat.

    AJ Romeo, director of Yankees-Steiner Collectibles, said the bustling store, styled like a museum, offers a remedy for the shrinking access that the stadium provides fans. “We still give the fans an opportunity to get an autographed baseball,” he said. Prices for the baseballs on display ranged from $50 to $2,500.
  10. playthrough

    playthrough Moderator Staff Member

    Who's the chump on the $50 ball? Sterling?
  11. tapintoamerica

    tapintoamerica Well-Known Member

    Hensley "Bam Bam" Meulens.
  12. DanOregon

    DanOregon Well-Known Member

    From reports out this way, people said good things. It's not like a Luke Russert situation. They actually made him go out and work outside the NYT.
    And I'd much rather have a boss of the future working on the news side than the advertising side.
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