Marty Baron, executive editor of the Washington Post, is one of the most relevant journalists of our time. But you also might remember him from the movie “Spotlight,” about how the Pulitzer Prize winner, played by Liev Screiber, helped the Catholic Church for concealing sexual abuse in the pages of the Boston Globe.
Under Baron’s leadership — and with the help of new owner Jeff Bezos — the Post has expanded its digital ambitions and reach, while creating crucial, award-winning journalism. What does its future look like in the Trump era?
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.