List of The New York Times employees
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This is a list of former and current New York Times employees, reporters, and columnists.
- Michelle Alexander
- Charles M. Blow
- David Brooks
- Frank Bruni
- Roger Cohen
- Gail Collins
- Ross Douthat
- Maureen Dowd
- Thomas L. Friedman
- Michelle Goldberg
- Nicholas D. Kristof
- Paul Krugman
- David Leonhardt
- Bret Stephens
- Eric Asimov, chief wine critic
- Peter Baker, chief White House correspondent
- Jo Becker, investigative reporter
- Ben Brantley, theater critic
- Manohla Dargis, film critic
- Jim Dwyer, "About New York" columnist
- Thomas Feyer, letters editor
- Michael R. Gordon, chief military correspondent, winner of George Polk Award
- Jesse Green, theater critic
- Michael M. Grynbaum, media correspondent
- Maggie Haberman, White House reporter
- Stephen Holden, film critic
- Neil Irwin, senior economic correspondent
- George Johnson, science reporter
- Michiko Kakutani, book reviewer
- Christine Kay, enterprise consultant
- Florence Finch Kelly, book reviewer
- Michael Kimmelman, architecture critic
- Christopher Lehmann-Haupt, book reviewer
- John Leland, popular culture, national
- Mark Mazzetti, National security correspondent
- Dennis Overbye, former deputy science editor, currently a science reporter
- Philip P. Pan, Asia editor
- Jon Pareles, pop music critic
- Bill Pennington, "On Par" columnist and sports reporter
- James Risen, national security correspondent
- David E. Sanger, Washington correspondent
- Charlie Savage, legal affairs correspondent
- A. O. Scott, film critic
- Robert B. Semple, Jr., associate editor, Times editorial page, Pulitzer Prize winner
- Scott Shane, national security correspondent
- Andrew Ross Sorkin, chief mergers & acquisitions correspondent
- Neil Strauss, freelance music writer
- Anthony Tommasini, chief music critic
- David C. Unger, foreign affairs editorial writer
- Pete Wells, restaurant critic
- Sheryl WuDunn, industry and international business editor and Pulitzer Prize winner
- Douglas Martin (reporter), obituaries
- Rory Smith, chief soccer correspondent
- George Jones (1851-1891)
- George F. Spinney (1893-1896)
- Adolph Ochs (1896-1935)
- Arthur Hays Sulzberger (1935-1961)
- Orvil Dryfoos (1961-1963)
- Arthur Ochs "Punch" Sulzberger (1963-1992)
- Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr. (1992-2017)
Editor in Chief
(position created in 1964 superseding Managing Editor as top news official)
- Turner Catledge (1964-1968)
- James Reston (1968-1969)
- position vacant (1969-1976)
- A. M. Rosenthal (1977-1986)
- Max Frankel (1986-1994)
- Joseph Lelyveld (1994-2001) and briefly in 2003
- Howell Raines (2001-2003)
- Bill Keller (2003-2011)
- Jill Abramson (2011-2014)
- George F. Spinney (1889-1893)
- Carr Van Anda (1904-1932)
- Edwin Leland James (1932-1951)
- Turner Catledge (1952-1964)
- Clifton Daniel (1964-1968)
- A. M. Rosenthal (1968-1977)
- Seymour Topping (1977-1986)
- Arthur Gelb (1986-1989)
- Joseph Lelyveld (1990-1994)
Editorial page editors
Titled Editor-in-Chief or Editor until retirement of Merz but never had authority over news pages.
- Rollo Ogden (1922-1937)
- John Huston Finley (1937-1938)
- Charles Merz (1938-1961)
- John Bertram Oakes (1961-1976)
- Max Frankel (1977-1986)
- Jack Rosenthal (1986-1993)
- Howell Raines (1993-2001)
- Gail Collins (2001-2006)
- Andrew Rosenthal (2007-2016)
- Brooks Atkinson, theater critic
- Matt Bai, news analyst and "Political Times" columnist
- Clive Barnes, dance and theater critic
- Jayson Blair, reporter (1999–2003); resigned over plagiarism and fabrications
- Raymond Bonner, civil war reporter in El Salvador; resigned in protest
- Don Hogan Charles, photographer
- Adam Clymer, former correspondent in Washington, D.C.
- William G. Connolly, co-author of The New York Times Manual of Style and Usage
- Bill Cunningham, fashion photographer
- Kurt Eichenwald, business reporter
- Vanessa Friedman, fashion critic
- Linda Greenhouse, U.S. Supreme Court correspondent, Pulitzer Prize winner
- Trish Hall, masthead editor overseeing six feature sections (2010–2011), op-ed editor (2011–2015), and senior editor (2015–2017)
- Cathy Horyn, fashion critic (1998–2014)
- Bernard Holland, music critic (1981–1994), chief music critic (1995–2008)
- Walter Kerr, theater critic
- Anna Kisselgoff, dance critic from 1968, chief dance critic (1977-2005)
- Trymaine Lee, Harlem beat reporter (2006–2011)
- Eric Lichtblau, legal affairs reporter
- Hugo Lindgren, editor, The New York Times Magazine (2010–2013)
- Judith Miller, reporter, jailed for refusing to reveal sources
- Rajiv Pant, chief technology officer (2011-2015)
- Dith Pran, photojournalist during Cambodian war
- Harrison Salisbury, Pulitzer Prize and George Polk Award winner
- Sydney Schanberg, Pulitzer Prize and George Polk Award winner; resigned in protest.
- Allan M. Siegal, co-author of The New York Times Manual of Style and Usage
- Louis Silverstein, design director
- Barbara Strauch, editor (2000–2015)
- Walter Sullivan, science editor
- John Swinton, chief editorialist (1860–1869)
- Howard Thompson, film critic
- Sean Villafranca, design manager (1998–2008)
- Sarah Jeong, Editorial Board
The public editor position was established in 2003 in response to the Jayson Blair scandal. In late May 2017, The New York Times announced that it was eliminating the post. Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr. announced: "The public editor position, created in the aftermath of a grave journalistic scandal, played a crucial part in rebuilding our readers’ trusts by acting as our in-house watchdog. We welcomed that criticism, even when it stung. But today, our followers on social media and our readers across the internet have come together to collectively serve as a modern watchdog, more vigilant and forceful than one person could ever be."
- Daniel Okrent (2003–2005)
- Byron Calame (2005–2007)
- Clark Hoyt (2007–2010)
- Arthur S. Brisbane (2010–2012)
- Margaret Sullivan (2012–2016)
- Elizabeth Spayd (2016–2017)
- Ember, Sydney (2016-10-19). "New York Times Names A.G. Sulzberger Deputy Publisher". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2017-08-26.
- "The Masthead of The New York Times". The New York Times. 2017-04-04. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2017-08-26.
- New York Times Company,"Matt Ericson Named Assistant Managing Editor",January 30,2018
- Wall Street Journal: "New York Times Promotes Ad Chief Meredith Kopit Levien to Chief Revenue Officer" by By Nathalie Tadena April 17, 2015
- New York Times: "New York Times Co. Elevates Meredith Kopit Levien to Chief Revenue Officer" By RAVI SOMAIYA APRIL 17, 2015
- Ember, Sydney (2017-04-18). "New York Times Names Former Businessweek Editor to Head Business Section". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2017-08-26.
- "Choire Sicha Named Editor, Styles | The New York Times Company". nytco.com. Retrieved 2017-08-26.
- Symonds, Alexandria (2017-08-21). "T Magazine's New Editor: From Glossies to Global Vision". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2017-08-26.
- "Opinion". The New York Times. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
- Bennet, James (2017-04-28). "Introducing Our New Columnist". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2017-08-26.
- "The New York Times Names Jesse Green Co-Chief Theater Critic | The New York Times Company". nytco.com. Retrieved 2017-03-23.
- O'Shea, Chris (14 April 2015). "NY Times Makes Changes to Investigations Team". Fishbowl NY. Retrieved 2 August 2015.
- Dunlap, David W. (18 March 2016). "2007-2016 - The Rosenthal Era in the Editorial Department" – via NYTimes.com.
- "Times Reporter Who Resigned Leaves Long Trail of Deception", The New York Times, May 11, 2003. Accessed July 30, 2008.
- *Estrin, James (February 15, 2016). "The Harlem of Don Hogan Charles". The New York Times. Retrieved December 25, 2017.
- Alpert, Lukas I. (2015-05-07). "New York Times CTO Rajiv Pant Joins Digital Media Startup Some Spider". WSJ. Retrieved 2018-06-08.
- "Sarah Jeong Joins The Times's Editorial Board". 2 August 2018. Retrieved 2 August 2018.
- "The New York Times offers newsroom buyouts, eliminates public editor post". USA TODAY. Retrieved 2017-06-04.