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April 6, 2011 at 3:05pm
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Audience member at Columbia Journalism School to Arthur Sulzberger, New York Times publisher: “How will low-income residents now access The Times at home?”

Sulzberger: “Just translate that question to print. How will low-income people get access to The New York Times in print?”

Access to media (whether it be news, criticism, trends, recipes, travel writing, etc) is not a basic human right. The Times has never written for or courted a low-income audience.

(Source: thedailybeast.com, via newsweek)

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    Isn’t the answer to his response, “They go to the library” or some such? What an asshole.
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