Russell Wangersky: A day in the life of the media elites


Published on November 18, 2016

A new buzzword for critics of modern journalism is to attack the media "elite". The reality is not so glamourous.

6:40 a.m. — Wake up. It’s still dark out. Shave. Sink drain still slow. Shower. Stand in hot water, trying to figure out what to write a column and editorial about.