Times Opens Complaint Desk

TIMES OPENS COMPLAINT DESK….Based on the recommendation of a team that included three outside journalists, the New York Times has agreed to hire an ombudsman who will have “license to write about issues of our coverage, and to have those independent, uncensored commentaries published in our pages.”

Finally, someone for Andrew Sullivan to direct his complaints to.

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