Gawker shares some quotes from Howell Raines' 20,000-word essay coming up in the Atlantic.
"The Times's image as a bastion of quality had become even more important as tabloid television, Britain's declining newspaper values, and the unsourced ranting of Internet bloggers polluted theOn writers:
Some of the weakest writers on the paper are opinion leaders on questions of style and copy editing.More:
Howell Raines in the Atlantic — Gawker
Preview of Howell Raines 'Atlantic Monthly' article — Editor & Publisher