In an interview with NPR Thursday, former executive editor of The New York Times , Jill Abramson, responded to allegations of plagiarism related to her new book Merchants of Truth: The Business of News and the Fight for Facts. "Though I did cite these publications and tried to credit everybody perfectly, you know, I fell short," Abramson said. In the book, which hit shelves Tuesday, Abramson examines four news outlets Buzzfeed, Vice, The New York Times and the Washington Post as they navigate an age of multi-platform news. Following is a transcript of the interview. It has been edited for clarity. Michel Martin: So, let's start with disclosures which, as you point out, is something highly prized in the legacy media, that we worked in the same newsroom...
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Transcript: Former 'New York Times' Editor Jill Abramson Addresses Book Allegations