How The New York Times Really Feels About Its Portrayal In Page One(FishbowlNY)

Overall, the reviews for Andrew Rossi’s Page One: Inside The New York Times have been strong all around. AllThingsD: Media columnist David Carr winks and nods to both sides of the debate in the film — his attack on Web bad boy Michael Wolff over aggregation is priceless, even though he clearly loves the Internet’s thrilling possibilities, too. Business Insider / The Wire: It’s not entirely true to say there are no women in Page One, the new documentary that spends a year following the NYTmedia desk as they cover an imploding industry in which their paper plays a major role. NY Observer: Wolff was the topic of many conversations at the post-screening bash Monday night.

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