The gray lady calls a Different tune
- Suit leads to new housing ad policy. // Black Enterprise;Dec93, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p26
States that a suit brought against the `New York Times' charging a violation of federal fair housing laws resulted in the paper adopting a new policy on housing advertisements. Suit brought by four African-Americans; Details of the settlement.
- NY Times upgrades business section. // Editor & Publisher;3/18/95, Vol. 128 Issue 11, p34
Reports on modifications of the business section in `The New York Times' newspaper. Emphasis on aggressive enterprise stories; Improvement of the section's presentation; Difference in the section's focus for each day of the week.
- Where's the woman? // Executive Female (0199-2880);May/Jun96, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p23
Features a `power picture' that came out on the March 1, 1996 issue of the `New York Times.'
- Proliferation of amateur shrinks is preventing consideration of the issues. Sowell, Thomas // Enterprise/Salt Lake City;09/09/96, Vol. 26 Issue 11, p15
Opinion. Comments that authors in the opinion-editorial page of the `New York Times' newspaper attributed differing views to their opinions on psychological defects. Irrationality of authors who write for the newspaper; Self-flattering view of the world by the media.
- New York Times contracts delivery. // Editor & Publisher;8/31/96, Vol. 129 Issue 35, p21
No abstract available.
- N.Y. Times drops `special' line. // Editor & Publisher;4/8/95, Vol. 128 Issue 14, p34
Reports on the discontinuation of the use of `Special to the New York Times,' a line that has appeared under many staff bylines in the `Times.'
- New York Times restructures ad sales offices. // Editor & Publisher;2/4/95, Vol. 128 Issue 5, p28
Announces that the newspaper `New York Times' will restructure its New York and Los Angeles advertising sales offices.
- Times change. Bernstein, A. // U.S. News & World Report;9/16/91, Vol. 111 Issue 12, p14
Reports that the `New York Times' has run 30 banner headlines--across the front page's full six columns--in 1991. An average year sees five or six banner headlines. The reason for the increase in headlines; The other record year.
- Which is progress? Baker, Ken // IPA Review;1991, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p24
Presents the two headlines presented in the `New York Times' January, 1991 issue about progress in education.