Apparently Newspaper Editors Don't Do a Lot, EitherMore, via the Observer.
Following in a great but unfortunate tradition, the NY Observer has a new reporter poking around publishing who has recast the old editors-don't-edit misconception into the new jargon of outsourcing: "Much the same way that telemarketers and programmers have migrated to Bangalore, the once-venerated job of book editing is beginning to be shunted from tweedy three-martini fellows in publishing houses to a fleet of laptop-armed freelancers, at home in their sweat pants." As you can see, deep and revealing insights about our business abound.
Wednesday, December 15, 2004
Apparently, even book editors are being outsourced these days...