March 08, 2013 at 09:38 AM EST
A Vanishing Emblem Of Newspapers’ Golden Age
The Washington Post recently announced it will replace its ombudsman position with that of a “reader representative.” I liked things better when the ombudsman was the reader’s representative. What sounds like just a change in title, substituting a more readily recognized job description for an obscure bit of jargon, is really something more. It is [...] View the full post at: A Vanishing Emblem Of Newspapers’ Golden Age Related posts: Why Do Newspapers Continue to Print Letters to the Editor? A Note to Newspapers The Washington Post To Buy Foreign Policy Magazine
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