Page One: Inside the New York Times

Overview

In an era when newspapers are becoming increasingly obsolete, director Andrew Rossi offers a glimpse behind the scenes of the newsroom that has kept America informed for generations yet now struggles to remain relevant as more readers turn to the Internet to stay informed on current events. With their reputations on the line and the Internet Sword of Damocles hanging over their heads, the editors and writers at The New York Times battle accusations of inaccuracy, and embrace blogging as a means of retaining ...
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Overview

In an era when newspapers are becoming increasingly obsolete, director Andrew Rossi offers a glimpse behind the scenes of the newsroom that has kept America informed for generations yet now struggles to remain relevant as more readers turn to the Internet to stay informed on current events. With their reputations on the line and the Internet Sword of Damocles hanging over their heads, the editors and writers at The New York Times battle accusations of inaccuracy, and embrace blogging as a means of retaining readers who might otherwise allow their longtime subscriptions to expire.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Carl Bernstein on the real threat to newspapers; Emily Bell on keeping journalism relevant ; Sarah Ellison on the Mind of Murdoch ; Journalists react to Page One ; Additional scenes ; Q&A highlights with the cast and filmmakers; Mini-feature: Tim Arango with João Silva in Iraq
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/18/2011
  • UPC: 876964004251
  • Original Release: 2010
  • Rating:

  • Source: Magnolia
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Subtitled
  • Sound: Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Time: 1:32:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 31,730

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sarah Ellison Participant
David Carr Participant
Bruce Headlam Participant
Richard Pérez-Peña Participant
Clay Shirky Participant
Brian Stelter Participant
Alex S. Jones Participant
Ian Fisher Participant
Noam Cohen Participant
Susan Chira Participant
Bill Keller Participant
Jeff Jarvis Participant
Katrina vanden Heuvel Participant
Shane Smith Participant
Tim Arango Participant
Gay Talese Participant
David Remnick Participant
James McQuivey Participant
Michael Hirschorn Participant
Andrew Ross Sorkin Participant
Larry Ingrassia Participant
Dennis Crowley Participant
Evan Williams Participant
Paul Steiger Participant
Markos Moulitsas Participant
Seth Mnookin Participant
Nicholas Lemann Participant
Claiborne Ray Participant
Carla Baranauckas Participant
Katherine Bouton Participant
Nick Denton Participant
Jimmy Wales Participant
Rick Lyman Participant
Dean Baquet Participant
Brian Lam Participant
Charles Strum Participant
Joseph Kahn Participant
Carl Bernstein Participant
John Carr Participant
Technical Credits
Andrew Rossi Director, Cinematographer, Producer, Screenwriter
Digit Audio Sound Mixer
Chad Beck Editor
Rich Bologna Sound Editor
Christopher Branca Editor
Josh Braun Producer
Paul Brill Score Composer
Sarah Devorkin Editor
Tom Efinger Sound Mixer
Keith Hamlin Associate Producer
David Hand Producer
Luke Henry Associate Producer
Kate Novack Producer, Screenwriter
Alan Oxman Producer
Daniel Pine Executive Producer
Adam Schlesinger Producer
Daniel Stern Executive Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Page One: Inside the New York Times
1. Deep Trouble [5:47]
2. Two Things [6:45]
3. Meetings [8:40]
4. Page One Guy [6:10]
5. Blogging [8:12]
6. Media Armageddon [5:48]
7. Executive Editor [8:46]
8. The Big Board [8:47]
9. Diplomatic Cables [8:37]
10. Debt [9:10]
11. The Truth [10:37]
12. End Notes [4:07]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Page One: Inside the New York Times
   Play Movie
   Scene Selections
   Special Features
      Carl Bernstein on the Real Threat to Newspapers
      Emily Bell on Keeping Journalism Relevant
      Sarah Ellison on the Mind of Murdoch
      Additional Scenes
         Play All
         NBC Iraq Troop Withdrawal, Day 2
         David Carr in His Basement Studio
         Technology and Media Desk Meeting
         Highlight on the Texas Tribune
         American Newspapers in Transition
      Journalists React to "Page One"
      Q&A Highlights With the Cast and Filmmakers
      Mini-Feature: Tim Arango With João Silva in Iraq
      Also From Magnolia Home Entertainment
   Set up
      Audio: 5.1 English Dolby Digital
      Subtitles: Spanish
      Subtitles: None
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