Hearne: Ex Star Publisher Art Brisbane Talks Times

It’s no walk in the park these days snagging a primo position with an esteemed news organization like the New York Times

However, that’s exactly what former Kansas City Star publisher Art Brisbane just did. Brisbane landed a three year hitch as Public Editor at the Times, a job that entails reporting on and writing about the 1,000 or so journalists who write for the Times.

“I got a job finally!” Brisbane jokes. ‘It only took me four years.”

Brisbane’s position was eliminated by the Star’s embattled new parent company McClatchy. That shortly after McClatchy went deep into debt to purchase the Star’s former owner

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2 Responses to Hearne: Ex Star Publisher Art Brisbane Talks Times

  1. Anonymous says:

    Art Brisbane is just a skinny white version of Tony Botello.

    He, more than anyone is responsible for f’ing up Kansas City with his tweedy jacket, liberal intelligentsia-I know what’s best- agenda. He’s the print version of Kevin Kietzman. He and Frenchy Sulzberger will be good bukkake buddies.

    To suggest that the NYT is “an esteemed news organization” is to suggest that David Glass is a great baseball club owner.

    As soon as Carlos Slim, or whatever his name is, calls in the tortilla chips the fiesta goes siesta.

    The party’s over you can stop sucking the weenie that fed you.

  2. Anonymous says:

    craig glazer
    I disagree smartman, the Star was lots better with Art then without.

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