Jack Shafer’s scathing review of New York Times public editor Byron Calame’s columns ends with the conclusion that “even a bad public editor can do a little good.” The slate.com article is a good jumping off point for discussion and consideration of the role of the public editor or newspaper ombudsman. Is the position effective? Do readers feel their needs are being met? Read Shafer’s criticism at the link below.
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