JournalismPakistan.com June 04, 2012
NEW YORK: In a battle over contract negotiations, more staff members have spoken out against the management of the New York Times.
The staffers said they felt betrayed by the management’s position.
A new video released by The Newspaper Guild shows Times journalists speaking against the newspaper’s contract terms.
According to Huffington Post, reporters Dan Wakin, Ralph Blumenthal, Clyde Haberman and John Schwartz described their service to the Times over the years, and expressed disbelief at the management's decisions.
"I feel great loyalty and have felt that that loyalty has been returned, for the most part," lamented Clyde Haberman, who has been at the paper since 1977. "Many of us have not only put our careers and families on the line in the service of the New York Times, but in many cases our lives."
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