Recently I gave a thumb’s-up to “Page One,” the documentary about the New York Times media desk. I did have a quibble:
As a friend observed, the documentary was heavily tilted toward men, which seems odd given that before it ends, we see the executive editor’s baton being passed from Bill Keller to Jill Abramson.
Now Jim Romenesko reports that two women on the media desk, Stephanie Clifford and Motoko Rich, were asked to take part and declined. Perhaps filmmaker Andrew Rossi could have tried a bit harder to get a female perspective, but now we know that he did make an attempt.
2 thoughts on “The absent women of “Page One””
Sooo…why would the two he asked decline?
Maybe he jettisoned the Page One women for some Page Three girls?
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