Mr. Ramírez argued in an interview that mainstream newspapers “are no longer doing their job as watchdogs.” Newspapers, he said, were under corporate and political pressure, but also suffered from greater editorial restrictions imposed by their own management.No se me ocurre otra cosa que decirle que no me gustaría trabajar hoy en El Mundo ni en El País. Bueno sí: si tu negocio te esclaviza, mejor cerrarlo.
“Newspapers are no longer led by their editors, but by chief executives who are worried about accounts and trying to maintain good relationships with those in power,” said Mr. Ramírez, who has been joined by a dozen former colleagues from El Mundo.
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La escalvitud en el propio negocio
Algo así dice Pedro J. Ramírez a The New York Times en esta larga nota sobre el estado calamitoso de la prensa independiente de Madrid: