Jill Abramson


Jill Abramson became the executive editor of the New York Times in 2011, the first woman to hold its top editorial job. In 2014, however, she was fired by the paper’s then publisher, Arthur Sulzberger Jnr, who once gave her a performance review she has summarised since as: “People think you’re a bitch.” Her book, Merchants of Truth: Inside the News Revolution, attempts to tell the story of the seismic changes that have taken place in the news industry in the last decade. Over the course of more than 500 pages, she reports from inside four major organisations, two of them digital upstarts, the others venerable representatives of old media: BuzzFeed, Vice, the New York Times and the Washington Post.



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