February 25, 2013

Fear and Loathing at the Post

Mollie Hemingway, Get Religion

On Feb. 15, Washington Post ombudsman Patrick Pexton made a startling statement:

It is possible that I’ll be The Washington Post’s last independent ombudsman and that this chair will empty at the conclusion of my two-year term Feb. 28. If so, that will end nearly 43 years of this publication having enough courage and confidence to employ a full-time reader representative and critic.

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TAGGED: Media, Washington Post, Gay Marriage

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