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The New York Times newsroom produces award-winning journalism across our signature sections, from Washington and International news to Style and Cooking. Here are a few of the talented teams behind our standout news report.What's wrong with the newsroom?
Much of the newsroom, similarly, doesn’t understand what the product teams do. The central flaw in the current setup is that the newsroom ends up focusing on short-term problem solving (How do we make today’s report excellent?), while the product teams focus on longer-term questions (What’s the best future news experience?).How do I report an error in the NYT newsroom?
To report errors regarding our coverage email us at [email protected] or leave a message at 844-NYTNEWS (844-698-6397). To send feedback or story ideas to the newsroom, visit the Reader Center . For customer service questions, please refer below to the Customer Care section.Is the New York Times winning at journalism?
Second, the 2020 group was charged with questioning the assumption behind the very first sentence of the Innovation Report: “The New York Times is winning at journalism.” We are indeed winning, but not at a scale sufficient to achieve the company’s goals or sustain our cherished newsroom operations.