The New York Times’ Deputy Managing Editor Matt Purdy joins Linda Solomon Wood this Thursday on Zoom for a look behind-the-scenes at the Times' reporting on the pandemic, Trump, and Canada. Please join us for this remarkable opportunity. Hear from a key person at The Times about reporting from the heart of the pandemic, the newspaper's editorial decisions about politics and climate, its investigative reporting and his thoughts on America's future.
Matt Purdy helps to guide the work of more than 1700 Times reporters. He started at The Times writing the “Our Towns” column in The Metro Section for four years before becoming the investigations editor in 2004. Prior to coming to The Times, he worked for The Philadelphia Inquirer for 12 years. He was promoted to Deputy Managing Editor of the New York Times in September of 2016.
Matt managed the investigative reporting that broke open the "Me Too" story of sexual harassment and abuse, with revelations about Harvey Weinstein's crimes.