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Diane and her guests examine the scandals, personalities, professional culture and pressures behind the resignations of two top editors at the New York Times, and the significance of this dramatic shakeup for the news business and news consumers nationwide.
- Terence Smith Former correspondent of PBS, CBS and The New York Times.
- Tom Rosenstiel Executive director of American Press Institute.
- Orville Schell Director, Center on U.S.-China Relations at the Asia Society
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