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Cynthia Cotts: “I've been given a tremendous amount of editorial freedom”new

In an interview with mediabistro.com, the Village Voice media reporter talks about her approach to the job and how she handles the legacy left by former “Press Clips” columnists Alex Cockburn and Jim Ledbetter. She also says her "mandate is to compete in the world of media reporters," not "to have a sort of predictable Village Voice ideology." Her biggest regret: “I will probably never be allowed to write for the (New York) Times.”
mediabistro.com  |  10-28-2003  2:43 pm  |  Industry News

NY Times' Reality-TV Stepchildrennew

Village Voice  |  12-18-2001  3:24 pm  | 

Press Storms the Gates of Secret Tribunalsnew

Village Voice  |  11-28-2001  9:55 am  | 

Media Industry Standing, But Is It Alive?new

Village Voice  |  11-07-2001  10:53 am  | 

Reason Magazine Has Reason to Worrynew

Village Voice  |  10-31-2001  9:49 am  | 

Follow the Drug Moneynew

Village Voice  |  10-24-2001  2:13 pm  | 

Day One: Special Effects and Civilian Casualtiesnew

Village Voice  |  10-09-2001  8:42 am  | 

Reporting on the Invisible Warnew

The Village Voice  |  10-02-2001  9:30 am  | 

First Amendment at Risk in New Warnew

Village Voice  |  09-26-2001  11:29 am  | 

Spirit of Sacrifice Spreads to Medianew

Village Voice  |  09-19-2001  7:00 am  | 

Voice Maps the Media Industrial Complexnew

Village Voice  |  09-05-2001  6:44 am  | 

Ski Writers Face Fate Worse Than Loose Granularnew

Village Voice  |  08-29-2001  7:09 am  |