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David Carr

New York Times

David Carr appears in the following:

The Winners & Losers of a Time Warner-Comcast Mega-Merger

Wednesday, April 09, 2014

Today, Comcast will go before the Senate Judiciary Committee to defend its desire to purchase the second largest-cable company in America—Time Warner Cable—for $45 billion.

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Comcast, Time Warner Cable, and You

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

David Carr, media columnist and culture reporter for the New York Times, discusses Comcast's acquisition of Time Warner Cable and what it means for regular t.v. watchers, for cord cutters, and for the industry.

 

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David Carr on Why Old School Media Hangs On

Tuesday, January 08, 2013

It turns out, the future of media consumption isn't that different from its past. David Carr of the New York Times discusses why "legacy media" is doing better than expected.

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Will We Ever Watch TV Together Again?

Friday, December 28, 2012

Web TV services, DVRs, and on-demand TV encourage us to ignore the broadcast schedule and watch at our convenience. So what will become of the experience of watching the same show at the same time as your friends? Bob sits down with David Carr, media critic at the New York Times, and Matt Zoller Seitz, New York magazine's TV critic, to see if the water cooler will evolve or perish.

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The Ethics of Photographing Tragedy

Friday, December 07, 2012

This week a man was shoved off a New York subway platform and killed by an oncoming train. A freelance photographer on assignment for the New York Post happened to be on the platform, camera in hand. He shot the scene, and the Post printed a photo of the man’s last moment before being struck by a train on the front page. Brooke talks to New York Times media columnist David Carr about the resulting controversy around the photo.

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David Carr On Neil Young: Sharing Time With A Musical Giant

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Not many people get to spend time with the famously reclusive Neil Young. But David Carr, media reporter for The New York Times, did. We hear the story behind the story.

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Will We Ever Watch TV Together Again?

Friday, May 25, 2012

Web TV services, DVRs, and on-demand TV encourage us to ignore the broadcast schedule and watch at our convenience. So what will become of the experience of watching the same show at the same time as your friends? Bob sits down with David Carr, media critic at the New York Times and Matt Zoller Seitz, New York magazine's TV critic, to see if the water cooler will evolve or perish.

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David Carr on Tech Conflicts of Interest

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

David Carr, media columnist for the business section of the New York Times, discusses the departure of Michael Arrington from TechCrunch and AOL, the ethical fine line in tech journalism, and where niche websites fit into the larger media landscape.

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Texting While Talking

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Texting while driving is illegal, but what kind of rule does texting while talking break? David Carr, media columnist for the business section of the New York Times, discusses his recent column about interacting with someone while they are interacting with their device.

Listeners: Do you rules about smartphone usage? What are they? When is it okay to break out the phone and when is it not? Comment here!

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The Digital Future for Magazines

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

David Carr, media columnist for the business section of the New York Times, will be talking about the new digital magazine subscription plans from Google and Apple, and how magazines are adapting to e-reader publishing.

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Arianna Huffington to Lead AOL Editorial

Monday, February 07, 2011

AOL will pay $315 million to buy The Huffington Post, with Arianna Huffington taking control of AOL's editorial content. The Huffington Post attracts 25 million visitors each month and that number is expected to grow with the merger. To contextualize this sale is The New York Times' David Carr.

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