LAT-NYT competition makes the memo

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In announcing the shift of New York Times reporter Ed Wyatt to cover the publishing beat, editors Jon Landman and Lorne Manly poke a little fun at all their recent hiring raids on the LAT staff:

To: The [New York Times] Staff
From: Jonathan Landman and Lorne Manly
July 9, 2004

Some new people in the culture department don't come from The Los Angeles Times. Take Ed Wyatt. NYT guy all the way. Arrived from Barrons in 1995 to cover mutual funds...

Romenesko has the entire memo.

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