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Jeff Gerth / Columbia Journalism Review:
Report including interviews with reporters, editors, and Trump on how Russiagate coverage led to Pulitzers and retractions, shaped Trump's press relations, more
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In interviews with 75+ journalists and media experts, a Washington Post ex-executive editor finds that newsrooms that move beyond “objectivity” can build trust
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Penguin Random House CEO Madeline McIntosh is stepping down after four years, making her the third senior executive to leave PRH in the last two months
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