The headline for Ravi Somaiya‘s item about New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson ceding the position to Dean Baquet is typically low-key. The reactions on Twitter are not. Interspersed with a roughly equal amount of “Wow!” and “Whoa!” manual re-tweets, at press time, are the following observations by Nieman Lab director Joshua Benton, freelance writer Ruth Graham and Mashable assistant editor Megan Hess: The last time the NYC media community was this utterly blindsided by a major MSM switch, the publication was the Washington Post and the headlined name, Jeff Bezos.
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