How to pitch The Times digital news editor: By mail—yes, by mail

Got a hot story for The New York Times digital news editor? Here’s what you should do: compose a letter, stuff it in an envelope, seal it with a kiss, affix a stamp, drop it in the nearest mailbox and wave goodbye. Yes, Times Digital News Editor Jim Roberts, the man who oversees the Web newsroom, prefers to be contacted by mail. “Next time we’ve got a scoop, we may just be forced to move that plant in the window and go meet with Bob Woodward instead,” wrote The NYTPicker blog. (Thanks t…

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