LAT editor John Carroll tells the San Francisco Chronicle that subscribers are continuing to cancel, but he added no new numbers. He said the furor has not changed his mind about the handling of the groping stories. From the piece by Jim Sterngold:
He said he had no doubts about the wisdom of running the articles, would not have handled them any differently and would run more such reports in the future if they proved credible and could be thoroughly corroborated.
Carroll also responds to Jill Stewart's contention that the Times has been sitting on evidence of abuse against by Gray Davis since 1997. He said the allegations in a Stewart piece in New Times were looked into back then and could not be corroborated. Meanwhile, the letters in the Times today are all over the place. (Via Romenesko)