And speaking of the New York Times (which we were doing a few days ago here), Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr., publisher, and Dean Baquet, executive editor, have asked for patience from their readers following the recent U.S. election. From Deadline Hollywood:
Fearing a backlash from angry subscribers in the wake of the election, mainstream media outlets are imploring their paying customers to keep the faith. The moves, mostly in the form of pundits committing public head-scratching, come in the wake of their acknowledged failure to accurately assess the tenor of voters and an outcome that has sent Donald J. Trump to the White House.
While the whole world reels, you can read the full piece here. The letter Baquet and Sulzberger sent out is reproduced at right. (Click to make it larger.)