Mind the Credibility Gap

Friday, May 13, 2005

Transcript

Last fall, a committee at the New York Times set out to examine how the paper could increase its readers' trust. This week, it released its final recommendations. With just under a week to digest the committee's findings, NYT executive editor Bill Keller joins Brooke to talk about improving accuracy, reducing the use of anonymous sources, interacting with readers, and responding to critics.

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