Marc Tracy, The New York Times

Marc Tracy

The New York Times

Brooklyn, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • Unknown
Past:
  • The New York Times
  • Pioneer Press
  • The New Republic
  • Tablet Magazine

Past articles by Marc:

Lauren Hough Loses Lambda Prize Nomination After a Twitter Feud

Her essay collection was removed from contention in the category of best lesbian memoir after she went on Twitter to defend a forthcoming Sandra Newman novel from charges that it was transphobic. → Read More

Local Newspapers Find Hints of Success With Online Subscriptions

The numbers still pale in comparison with print’s heyday, but the increase is giving some publishers an unusual feeling: hope. → Read More

The New York Times Buys Wordle

The word game, released in October, has millions of daily users. → Read More

Flight disruptions continue with thousands more cancellations as Omicron thins airline crews.

At least 2,400 more flights were canceled globally on Monday, including about 900 U.S. flights. → Read More

Judge Clarifies Order on New York Times Coverage of Project Veritas

The decision allows some latitude for reporting until a final ruling is reached. The Times said the order remained “an unconstitutional prior restraint that should be dissolved.” → Read More

Senators say they pulled out of a Boston Globe conference to back a union.

Senators Edward J. Markey and Elizabeth Warren said they had declined to participate in solidarity with journalists who are in a contract dispute. → Read More

The Daily News gets an ‘as-needed’ editor until new one is found.

Andrew Julien, the editor and publisher of The Hartford Courant, will replace Robert York, the editor in chief of New York’s Daily News, on an interim basis. → Read More

Trump Is Gone, but the Media’s Misinformation Challenge Is Still Here

Should news outlets contextualize false claims made by powerful people? Or ignore them completely? There is no consensus in the industry, but its thinking continues to evolve. → Read More

‘Faster, Harder, Louder’: Rolling Stone Hires Daily Beast Editor

Noah Shachtman, an experienced online journalist with a newsy sensibility, will lead the pop music bible founded in 1967. → Read More

‘The Free World’ Explains How Culture Heated Up During the Cold War

Louis Menand’s new book about art and thought in the postwar years features a very large cast, including George Orwell, James Baldwin, Susan Sontag and the Beatles. → Read More

New Suitor May Enter Fray for Tribune Publishing

A Maryland hotel magnate who had a deal to buy The Baltimore Sun is now weighing a bid for all of Tribune’s newspapers that could thwart a hedge fund’s plan. → Read More

New Suitor May Enter Fray for Tribune Publishing

A Maryland hotel magnate who had a deal to buy The Baltimore Sun is now weighing a bid for all of Tribune’s newspapers that could thwart a hedge fund’s plan. → Read More

Court Dismisses Trump Campaign’s Defamation Suit Against New York Times

A New York State judge ruled that the opinion essay at the center of the suit was constitutionally protected speech. → Read More

The Little Magazine That Incubated Team Biden

Democracy, an unassuming policy journal with an office near the White House, is a place where members of the new administration have floated ideas that may now become policy. → Read More

Who is Stewart Bainum? The New Owner of The Baltimore Sun

Stewart Bainum, a hotel magnate and former politician, has swooped in with a plan to run it and other papers in Maryland as part of a nonprofit. → Read More

Hedge Fund Reaches a Deal to Buy Tribune Publishing

Alden Global Capital’s move continues the financial industry’s acquisition of major newspaper chains. The Baltimore Sun, a Tribune paper, will be sold to a Maryland hotel executive. → Read More

Vox Finds Its Next Top Editor at The Atlantic

Swati Sharma, 34, prepares to take over the 90-person newsroom of a digital outlet known for its clearsighted articles on knotty issues in the news. → Read More

New York Times Promotes Rebecca Blumenstein to Newly Created Role

Ms. Blumenstein will report to the publisher, helping to oversee newsroom operations and becoming a frequent public representative for The Times. → Read More

Two Journalists Exit New York Times After Criticism of Past Behavior

Donald McNeil, a veteran science reporter, and Andy Mills, who helped make the “Caliphate” podcast, were the focus of complaints inside and outside The Times. → Read More

The New York Times Tops 7.5 Million Subscriptions as Ads Decline

In its fourth-quarter earnings report, The New York Times Company said 2020 was its biggest year for adding subscribers. → Read More