A film created by the “New York Times” to show how the “Times” goes from idea to printed product in 1982. With A.M. Rosenthal as the Executive Editor, they show the meeting of editors and leaders of different parts of the newspaper deciding what goes on the front page.
The film also features foreign corespondents and photographers covering the 1982 war between Israel and Lebanon and PLO refugee camps. The “Times” Washington D.C. Bureau is shown to demonstrate the depth of experience and knowledge of the reporters and photographers. The editoral staff is shown deciding on the often-controversial editoral articles published. Many other departments of the newspaper are shown including the financial section, arts critics, police reporters, city reporters, architecture section, etc.
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