Last Updated Jul 23, 8: In an unsigned email to staff, the company wrote the reductions "reflect the realities of our business and the need to adapt to an ever-changing media environment.
Three months later, it seems clear the hire means a lot more than that. No one was expected to start in the program with a specialty already developed at least, developed to Times specifications.
Stelter to, say, Metro. After checking with his editor, Mr.
Stelter said he could not comment for this story. Not too long ago only the giants of the mainstream media world—the Tom Wolfes and the Joan Didions—were bona fide media personalities. It was a class you aspired to, and few reached. That was before anyone with a blog and a Flickr account could burrow into a writerly niche and, if all went according to plan, come out burnished by the soft glow of Internet fame.
The days when a writer actually had to have a body of significant work in print to be famous are over. Now, a sort of equivalency gets established between Tom Wolfe and … Perez Hilton? I think a tendency to focus on personality and celebrity accrues, in a small way, to journalists.
The cult of personality rolls over to all endeavors. And if you were good enough, you got yourself a late-career sinecure that was the love of your life. First came the work, then came the brand.
But in the past couple years, journalism seems to have steeled its palate for the rotten taste of personal marketing. One woman of a certain age raised her hand. Bios should be written in the third person. In geological terms, this is just the latest in an ancient shift.
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