Now more than ever, the Boston Globe is Baron’s paper

Boston Phoenix
“And his choices are going to determine whether it thrives or just survives,” writes Adam Reilly. He notes that Marty Baron has had to deal with newsroom cuts in his six years as editor, but the Globe still has won three Pulitzers in his era, “a pace that resembles the eight-year, four-Pulitzer run of his predecessor, Matt Storin.”

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