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10-Dec-2014 20:16

It’s the full report of the newsroom innovation team that was given six full months to ask big questions about the Times’ digital strategy.(A summary version of it was leaked last week, but this is the big kahuna.) something we’re interested in here — one of the world’s leading news organizations, giving itself a rigorous self-examination.I’ve spoken with multiple digital-savvy Times staffers in recent days who described the report with words like “transformative” and “incredibly important” and “a big big moment for the future of the Times.” One admitted crying while reading it because it surfaced so many issues about Times culture that digital types have been struggling to overcome for years.I confess I didn’t feel anything quite so revelatory when I read last week’s leaked version — which read like an indoor-voice summary, expected and designed to be leaked to the broader world. (Or at least as raw as digital strategy documents can get.) You can sense the frayed nerves and the frustration at a newsroom that is, for all its digital successes, still in many ways oriented toward an old model.

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When last week’s version was sent out to the newsroom, a joint Abramson/Baquet memo (their last together? (“The masthead embraces the committee’s key recommendations.”) But I have to say, reading that memo and then the full report, it still feels like there’s a Our media reporter friends are still chasing down why Jill Abramson was fired, and I’m sure in the coming days and weeks, our knowledge of that will grow clearer.The XWord Info Finder page displays clues for any word, or words that match any pattern. Email: If you prefer to remain anonymous, take our survey. It is now operated by Jeff Chen who provides commentary on each daily puzzle. We don’t typically write about intra-newsroom politics at Nieman Lab, leaving that to Manhattan’s very capable cadre of media reporters.

But Abramson’s removal and Dean Baquet’s ascent has apparently inspired someone inside the Times to leak one of the most remarkable documents I’ve seen in my years running the Lab, to Myles Tanzer at Buzz Feed.A big leadership change can sometimes lead to a report like this being put on the shelf; let’s hope that doesn’t happen here.