Monday, December 14, 2009

Carr: WSJ's D.C. bureau now 'tilting right'

That's the assessment of media columnist David Carr of The New York Times, who writes today that The Wall Street Journal's deputy managing editor, Gerard Baker, is helping engineer a more conservative tone in the newspaper's Washington bureau. The column has already drawn a strong objection from top WSJ editor Robert Thomson, who says it shows signs that the NYT is worried about increased competition, according to the Romenesko blog.

Read my full post on the News Corp. Blog.

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