Our association appreciates the generosity of NCEW and looks forward to sharing ideas on some of the common problems we share on the editorial and op-ed pages
The launch of The New York Times Op-Ed page
in 1970 represented a promise to our readers: a place to illuminate the debate on issues of interest and importance to them, by bringing ideas and opinions from outside our walls and placing them across from our editorial page," said Andrew Rosenthal, editorial page editor, The New York Times.
Coincidentally, it happened to be the week that Eric Mink returned to the Post as editor of the op-ed page
, and readers buzzed over whether her absence was due to his years at the New York Daily News.
Even as villagers in Mozambique buried casualties of the horrendous rains that swamped the country last spring, ExxonMobil declared in an ad on the op-ed page
of The New York Times: "Some .
He has written for the op-ed page
of The New York Times, Medical Economics, Trustee Magazine, Medscape General Medicine, and Physician Practice Options Newsletter.
Williams reminds us on the December 29, 1996 Op-Ed page
of The New York Times, such ventriloquism, a verbal practice common to us all, exacts a special price in a racialized cultural context.
But it doesn't hurt to have your own byline appear over an in-depth discussion of a crucial issue in a prestigious industry publication or on the op-ed page
of your city's major daily.
NEW YORK -- Peter Orszag, economist and former director of the Office of Management and Budget, will become a contributing columnist for The New York Times Op-Ed page
Excluding specific individuals and organizations, examples of topics addressed include the alternative press, archiving and presentation, baseball journalism, cameras in the courtroom, legal issues of copyright, the Espionage Act of 1917, First Amendment cases, humor, the Korean War, literary journalism, maps and the news, the op-ed page
, student journalism, religion and the press, and the Telecommunications Act of 1996.
On the op-ed page
we offer daily balance at the bottom, pitting one liberal and one conservative side by side daily.
News and World Report, will begin writing a twice-weekly column for the Washington Post's op-ed page
early next year.
A longtime contributor to both the magazine and the Web site, Weigel has been a reporter for Campaign and Elections and, most recently, an assistant at the USA Today op-ed page