Bill KellerEsquire MagazineInterview

Esquire interview

2 Jun, 2011

Keller talks about the difficulties of being an executive editor for The New York Times:

There’s a lot of stuff they don’t teach you in the mythical editors’ school. They don’t teach you that you’re going to have to spend a lot of your life in crisis management. It’s been a fair amount of that — every kind of crisis you can imagine, starting with a crisis of morale and credibility that I inherited.

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