Martin Arnold (journalist)

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For the experimental filmmaker, see Martin Arnold.

Martin Arnold (born May 14, 1929, New York City – died June 4, 2013 Manhattan) was an American journalist who spent nearly four decades at The New York Times.

In 1968, Arnold received the George Polk Award for Political Reporting[1]

Arnold's positions at the Times included:

  • media editor (early 90's)
  • book editor for Culture Desk and publishing columnist (late 90's/early 2000s)

Arnold died on June 4, 2013 at his home in Manhattan from complications of Parkinson's disease. He was 84.[2]

Notes

  1. ^ The George Polk Awards for Journalism
  2. ^ [1]


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