Page One

Friday, June 24, 2011

Transcript

The New York Times' media editor Bruce Headlam is one of the stars of the new documentary Page One, which follows the Times’s media desk for a year at the paper. Guest host Mike Pesca talks to Headlam about the documentary and about some of the stories viewers get to see the Times chase down in the film.

Comments [1]

Prefer when am written about in the Times to writing for it. It's a power relationship thing. They think that they are important when it is the subject that is!

Now, that one aggressive defender of the paper, am usually very good with voices but he sounds pretty much exactly like an iconoclast, rarely seen pundit with Parkinson's named Michael, who must write, but he isn't him. Saw a clip on Charlie Rose. I like the iconoclast, anyhow.

Jun. 30 2011 12:35 AM

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