The New York Times: A Note from the Publisher

1896--Adolph Ochs purchases a small NYC newspaper with hopes of reviving its circulation and rebuilding its stature in the news world. His vision is “to give the news impartially, without fear or favor, regardless of party, sect, or interests involved," and “to invite intelligent discussion from all shades of opinion.” Today, 121 years later, his great, great grandson, Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, takes over the reins of the New York Times, with a pledge to uphold the paper's original vision: "Misinformation is rising and trust in the media is declining as technology platforms elevate clickbait, rumor and propaganda over real journalism, and politicians jockey for advantage by inflaming suspicion of the press." See the whole Note from the Publisher here. 

 Adolph Ochs

Adolph Ochs

 Arthur Gregg Sulzberger

Arthur Gregg Sulzberger