Suing The NYT: Outreach - Media-Watch Organizations, Media, & Journalists
former New York University Department of Journalism
February 8, 2006 e-mail -- "Subject: 'Answering Back' to The New York Times"
February 19, 2006 e-mail -- "Subject: Do You Want the Lead on our Public
Interest Lawsuit vs The New York Times?"
CJA's March 22, 2006
e-mail to Jay Rosen -- "Subject: First-of-its-kind public interest lawsuit
vs NYT in vindication of the First Amendment"
9, 2006 e-mail -- "Subject: On Transparency: How The NYT Litigates When
CJA's July 6, 2006
memo -- "RE: The Far-Reaching Evidentiary Significance of CJA's Public
Interest Lawsuit vs The New York Times -- including as a Case Study for
Establishing News Councils"
July 13, 2006 memo -- "RE: Building Necessary Scholarship and Reporting on
the 'Role of the Press in our Democracy' from the “Raw Materials” of Citizens &
Citizen Organizations Interfacing with the Press"
August 22, 2006 e-mail -- "Subject: Empirical Test: The 'Gatekeepers' --
Alive & Well, Protecting The New York TImes
5, 2006 transmittal memo -- "RE: Academic Responsibilities, Journalistic
Ethics & Civic Duty"
CJA's December 27, 2006 memo
to Jay Rosen, as member of the Advisory Board of the Program in Law &
Journalism at NY Law School: -- "RE: PROGRAM IN LAW &
JOURNALISM: Building Scholarship, Commentary, & Pedagogy based on Primary
Source Documentary Evidence, Beginning with the Evidence Presented by CJA’s
Groundbreaking Public Interest Lawsuit against The New York Times in
Vindication of the First Amendment – for which additionally, we seek
amicus curiae and other legal assistance, either pro bono or
2-page hand-out, given, in hand, on January
13, 2007 to Jay Rosen, at the Free Press National Conference on Media Reform