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Barton Gellman
The Pulitzers cause a stir in newsrooms one Monday a year. Could they be structured to promote the value of good journalism the other 364 days a year?
A bad night for the Academy gave the Times a chance to work on its second-screen offerings, led by A.O. Scott and David Carr.
In experimenting with their awards season product the Times hopes to reach both flyby and hardcore entertainment news readers.
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